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SE^EXLOGY COL-LECTIOi 



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THE 

ANNUAL CONNECTICUT 



CONTAINING 

An Almanack ; Executive, Legislative, Judicial, Civil, 
and Military Officers of the State of Connecticut; 
Principal Town Officers ; Notaries Public ; Clergy : 
Clerical, Medical, Masonic, Agricultural, Religious, 
Charitable, and Missionary Societiei ; City, Borough, 
Bank and Militia Officers ; Coramssioners Turnpikes, 
Bridges and Ferries ; Officers of Colleges and Acad- 
emies ; Attorneys ; Courts ; Governors of the States ; 
Government of the United States, Executive, Legis- 
lative, Judicial, and Territorial ; \rmy and Navy Lists; 
Collectors and Surveyors ; Ministers and Consuls , 
Post Masters ; Postage ; Roads ; Tables of Iuierest, 
Tides, Foreign Coins, &c. 

TO BE CONTINUED ANNUALLY. 



NEW-LONDON: 

COMPILED, PRINTED, AND SOLD BY 

SAMUEL GREEN. 




DISTRICT OP CONNECTICUT, SS« 

BE IT REMEMBERED, That on tl 
, Fourteenth day of October, in the forty-seven 
\ year of the Independence of the Unit* 
1 Statee of America, Samuel Green, of sa 
District, hath deposited in this office the Tit 
of a Book, the right whereof he claims as Proprietor, 
Ihe words following, to wit : — " The Connecticut Anna 
Register, and United States Calendar. Containing ; 
Almanack ; Executive, Legislative, Judicial, Civil ai 
Military Officers of the State of Connecticut, Notari 
Public; Principal Town Officers ; Clergy; Officers of tl 
Clerical, Religious, Medical, Masonic; Agricultural, Cha 
itable, and Missionary Societies ; City, Borough, Ban 
and Militia Officers; Commissioners Turnpikes, Bridge 
and Ferries ; Officers of Colleges and Academies,* Court 
Governors of the States ; Government of the Unit< 
States ; Executive, Legislative, Judicial, and Territoria 
Aimy and Navy Lists ; Collectors and Surveyors, Min 
ters and Consuls ; Post Masters ; Postage ; Roads, Tabl 
of Interest, Tides, Foreign Coins, &c. — To be continu 

annually. 

In conformity to the Act of the Congress of the Unit 
States, entitled," An Act for the encouragement of lear 
in°, by securing the copies of Map3, Charts and Books, 
the Authors and Proprietors of them (luring the til 
therein mentioned." 

CHARLES A. INGERSOLL, 
Clerk of the District of Connecticut, 



L 



i&iw±o 



ECLIPSES, 

IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 

1826. 



There will be five eclipses this year, in the following 
der, viz : 

I. The first will be of the Moon May 21, at lOh. 29m 
the morning, invisible. 

II. The second will be of the Sun, June 5th, invisible ; 
at Ih. 7m. afternoon in long, 2s 14° 27'. 9 lat. 1° 5'S. 

III. The third will be of the Sun, October 30, invisible ; 
at 8h. 35m. afternoon, in long. 7s 7° 6 1-4'; moon's lat. 
30 1-2' south. 

IV. The fourth will be of the Moon, November 14- at 
22m. in the forenoon, invisible. 

V. The fifth and last will be of the Sun, November 
th, at 6h. 50m. in the morning, to us invisible. Thus we 
illhave five eclipses in the year 1826, and all invisible, 
lis is aa occurrence that does not often take place, 

I ••,..". i 

- .-■ v ; 



A lABLEy showing the difference of High Wat 
at several places from New London, 

The sixth column of each monthly page shows the W 
of high water at New London, New York, Elizabethto 
Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cape Heniopen, Cockspur 
Georgia, anil Brunswick in N. Carolina— to which if v 
ndd and subtract as in the annexed table, you will ha 
Aiq time of high water at the following places. A sho 
that the annexed quantities of time must be added, S s 
ti acted — H stands for hours ; M for minutes. 

JYamcs of Places, ii.m,| Names of Places. h 
Amboy S. &5 Newbury port A. 2 

2 OlNew Haven A. 

3 New Providence S. 
1 12 Norwich Landing A. 



Annapolis, Md. S 

Annapolis, Novs. A 

New Bedford 

Boston 

Cape Ann 

Cape Fear 

Oasco Bay 

Charleston Bar 

Fairfield 

Frederica 

Georgetown Bar 

Guiliord 

Hal i fas 

Hell Gate 

Hartford 

Hunting-ion 

fpswich 

Jamestown 

Louisbour^h 

iYlain Ocean 

Mobile Point 

Nantucket 



II 



2 15 Penobscot 
2 45jPensacola 



A. 

S. 
A. 
A. 
A. 

B, 
A. 

S. 
A. 



1 OiPhiladelphia 

2 15 Piscataway 
2 20 Plymouth 
2 OPonKoyal, S 

1 Portsmouth 

2 20 Providence 

1 30 Quebec 

3 Rhode Island S. 
30 Salem A. 

2 20 sandy Hook A. 
2 Savannah S. 

2 45 Say brook A, 
50 M. Augustine, B. S. 

3 0-,t. John's Neuf. A. 
45Tybee Bar A. 
6 Williams. Va. A. 

1 30vFiImington,N.C. A. 



13 



1 
1 

3 

1 
4 
2 
I'll 

1? 
2 « 

1 g 
3 
0M 

2 S3 

24 

1 25 
>$ 

i i 

3 B 

II 

2:30 

2 31 



1 Mo. 



JANUARY hath 3* days. 



18.6 



Sjjlst'qr. Id 7b. 34m. morn J p^ 
(ew moon. 8d.4h. 52m, m. - 



st qt . 15d. llh. 51ra.a 
m. 23d.7h. 15m an. 



| Lasiqr. 30d. 3h. 22m. 



A 

2 



Calendar, &c. [Qr.-|{y)S [^\fea)f. ]) S« 



3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 



1 

2 

3 

4:7 

5A 

62 

7|3 

8|4 

9j5 

:Oo 
1 

g. 
»'« 

:4- 
:5^ 

!6. 

;7< 



Circum. Fine weather, 
2/ station, $ rise Ih. m, 
Moon perigee. but we 

may expect 
Day br. 5h.43m, snow 
Epiph. 6 (L ¥ QV J, sin 
^ rise 9h. 23m. near this 
1 Sunday after Epiph. 
Cl)sI. el. 8m, time. 

7* south fib. 
g station* Pleasant 

for the season. 
*2 set 4h. 39m. m. 
©sl.cl. 10». Variable 
2d aft. Epiph. weather. 
Moon apogee. Cold 

frosty weather. 
Moon runs high. 
1L rise 8h. 28m. 
enters^. Pleasan 

for January. 
Septuages. sunday. 

We may expect 
High tides. snow 
C onver. St. Paul. or 
Z rise Oh. 18m. M. rain 

near this 
Moon perigee. time, 
S«xages. Sunday. 
C) si. cl. 13m. 
Pleasant weather. 



4 32 
4 fte 

4 31 

4 

4 

4 35 
4 35 
4 36 

4 



37 
38 
3: 
39 
40 
41 
42 
42 
43 
44 
4 

46 
47 
48 
4 49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 



2 42 

3 33 

4 27 

5 23 

6 21 

7 20 

8 18 

9 14 
10 6 

10 54 

11 40 
aft 24 



3 4 57 



7 20 

8 13 

9 6 
9 58 

10 48 

11 59 
morn. 

30 

1 25 

2 14 

3 9 



morn 

50 

2 3 

3 14 

4 2; 

5 2i 

6 31 
Cset 

6 26 

7 3( 

8 34 

9 34 

10 34, 

11 31' 
morrj. 

21 

1 19 

2 1C 

3 I 

4 6 

4 56 

5 44 

6 7 

7 ii 

8 2: 

9 32 

10 41 

11 57 
morn 

1 b 



II Mo. 



FEBRUARY hath 28 days. 



185 



New mo. 6d. 7b. 35m. aft. 
First qr.14d.9h. 24m. aft. 



Full mo. 22d. 7h.38m.afti 
Last qr. g8d. 1th. 44m. i 



Calendar, &c. 



1 


4 


2 


5 


3 


6 


4 


7 


5 


A 


6 


2 


7 


3 


8 


4 


9 


5 


10 


6 


11 


7 


12 


A 


13 


2 


14 


3 


15 


4 


16 


5 


17 


6 


18 


7 


19 


A 


20 


2 


21 


3 


22 


4 


23 


5 


24 


6 


25 


7 


26 


A 


27 


2 


28 


3 



2/ rise 7h.28m. (f low. | 
Purif.B.V.M. Changeable 
% rise midnight, weather. 

Looks likely for snow. 
Quinquages. Sunday. 

Clear and cold. 
Shrove Tues. Some 

AshWednes. pleasant 
Day br. 5h. 15m. days 
0sl. cl. 15m. then 
([ apogee. grows cold 

1 Sund. in Lent. 
5 rise 11 h. 43m. 
Valentine, fj station. 

Looks likely for a 
(L runs high. storm 
O si. cl. 14m, but may 
© in X. clear off 

2 in Lent. cold. 
S rise llh. 23m. 

Now expect rain 
Day break 4h. 55m. or 

snow near this 
Su Matthe w . perigee 
High tides. ime. 

3d in Lent* 
Chilling winds. 
<C runs low. Cold nights. 



t®r.| ©».jF.8ea-|r. 



2,4 
14 



0!5 

6 5915 
6 57 5 

565 
555 
54 5 



53 
6 51 
6 50 

6 49 
6 48 
6 46 
6 45 
6 44 
6 42 
6 41 
6 40 
6 33 
6 37 

36 

36 

33;5 
5 

30 

29 



6 28 5 32 



4 
5 
6 

6 56 

7 49 

8 39 

9 26 
10 11 

10 54 

11 37 
aft.20 



6 50 

7 43 

8 35 

9 28 

10 20 

11 14 
morn. 

8 

1 5 

2 2 



2 
3 
4 
5 
5 

£ 8€ 

6 

7 
8 1 

1 



9 

10 
11 

mon 


1 

1 

2 41 

3 3 

4 I 

4 5 

5 4 
f ris 

7 1! 

8 3 

9 4: 

10 5£ 

morn 





The Planet Venus f $ ) will be iVlo mug Star uni 
ihe 10th of May ; thence Evening Star until the 23d 
December, then Morning Star ag*in. 



Ill Mo. MARCH hath 31 days. 


1826. 


New mo. 8.1. llh. 43m. morn 


Full mo. 23d. 5h. 55m. ait 


First qr. lGd. 4h. 43m. after. 


Lastqr. 3Jd.9h. 16m. mo 


M)W| Calendar, &c. |G2r.l(v)s iF.sea|r J) <. 


1 


4 


$ rise llh. 8m, 


6 26 


5 


34 3 1 


1 9 


2 


5 


Good weather for March. 


6 25 


5 


35 


3 58 


2 10 


3 


6 


O si. cl. 12m. 


6 23 


5 


37 


4 54 


2 57 


4 


7 


Cold chilling 


6 22 


5 


38 


5 47 


3 44 


5 


A 


4 in lent,midlcnt. winds. 


6 21 


5 


39 


6 31 


4 15 


6 


2 


Some prospect of 


6 19 


5 


41 


7 25 


4 45 


7 


3 


£ rise lOh. 53m. snow 


6 18 


5 


42 


8 10 


5 19 


8 


4 


or rain near this time. 


6 16 


5 


44 


8 44 


3)seu 


9 


5 


Day break 4b. 40m. 


6 15 


5 


45 


9 37 


7 8 


10 


6 


Sup. 6 $ . sup. o $ $ . 


6 14 


5 


46 


10 20 


8 5 


11 


7 


High wind?. 


6 12 


5 


48 


11 3 


9 3 


12 


A 


5 in lent. 3 apogee. 


6 11 


5 


49 


11 47 


9 58 


13 


2 


7* set llh. 31m. 


6 10 


5 


50 


aft.33 


10 56 


14 


3 


Pleasant weather. 


6 8 


5 


52 


I 21 


11 46 


15 


4 


) withl^ . Moon high. 


6 7 


5 


53 


2 10 


morn.j 


16 


5 


Variable weather. 


6 5 


5 


55 


3 1 


39 


17 


6 


Some signs of a storm. 


6 4 


5 


56 


3 51 


1 2T 


18 


7 


si. cl. 8m. 


6 3 


5 


57 


4 43 


2 5 


19 


A 


6 in Lent. Palm Sunday, 


6 1 


5 


59 


5 34 


2 48 


20 


2 


enters y\ 





6 





6 27 


3 31; 


21 


3 


Benedict. Windy 


5 53 


6 


2 


7 19 


4 S 


22 


4 


blustering weather. 


5 57 


6 


3 


8 12 


4 44 


23 


5 


Day break 4h. 17m. 


5 56 


6 


4 


9 6 


(J rise. 

7 28 


24 


6 


Good Friday. M. perigee. 


5 54 


6 


6 


10 1 


25 


7 


Anun. B. V. M. High tides. 


5 5.2 


6 


7 


10_57 


8 44 


20 


A 


Easter Sunday. Good 


5 51 


6 


9 


11 59 


10 


27 


2 


E. Monday. weather 


5 50 


6 


10 


morn. 


11 5 


28 


3 


( runs low. for 


5 49 


6 


11 


59 


morn. 


29 


4 


March, 


S 47 


6 


13 


1 59 


10 


30 


5 


(J station. Now expect a 


5 46 


6 


14 


2 57 


1 1 


31 


8 


storm near this time. 


5 45 


G 


15 


3 51 


1 51| 



New mo. 7d. 4b. 3&m.mo. 



1;7 "— 



1826 



full mo. 22:1. 2h. 39m. ino. 

^»st qr . 28d. 8h. 16m. aft, 



t®rJ0s.lFsea jr. ) 



fei; 



llljSJ-i rues high. 



(22 4 Easter term begins. 
j 13,5 8 station. 
!f 4 :£ L ^angeable weather. 
^^i 1 !^T clock even. Showers 

iG'A3d aft4r Easter. in 
\ \ \ many 

fj-^fi p^ces. 

19 4 6 rise 9b. I9m» 
m5 Q£itf. #. 
21jG j Now expect a storm 
22|7 D perigee, near this 
^jB4 after Easter, High tides 
-^I?f- dOg.M. low. time 
i5\3p&y Ur. 3). 23m. 
20,4|3 sets 2:i. 56m. M. 
27|5 jPIeasanl weather* 
& t G & statin. Some 

23 ~ I sign 3 Gf rain. 

30 \ ."» n ft E. Rr>g . su n iiay«, 



Pleasant 5 30 




9 9!j)sets 
9 : 53 8 1 

10 35 3 55 

11 23 9 49 
aft. 13 10 43 

1 2'll 31 

1 52'morn. 

6 34| 2 43 19 

33 "' 

4 23! 1 34 

13 2 10 

6 4 2 46 

6 54 3 19 

7 51 3 52 

8 49| 4 31 

9 43; C rise 
» 10 49j 8 52 

11 5210 

5 6 48 morn. ! 10 57 

49 5311 51 

> 51 1 SOjmorn, 

* 6 52 2 44 34 

7 3 53 3 44J 1 8 

GjQ 541 4 21! 1 41 



V.Mo. 



MAY InthSl days. 



1326. 



New mo. Od. 9n.29m. after. jFui 
First qr. 14 .7h. 25m. after. [Lie* 



imo.2H.10b 
tqr. 28d 8h 



29 , .mo. 
59m. mo. 



M|Wj Calendar, kc J 


©r. 


©s* 


F. ea. 


It. 3) 


1 


2 St Phil* and James. J^l^as- 


5 5 6 55 


5 5 


2 14 


2 


3 2/ station, ant weather. 


5 3 


6 5? 


5 48 


2 37 


o 


4 Elect, at N. II. IlaUiercool 


5 2 


6 58 


6 31 


3 5 


4 


5 Asc. Holy Tliurs. lor May. 


5 1 


6 59 


7 13 


3 34 


5 


6 (L npogee. Some signs oi 


5 


7 


7 56 


4 2 


6 


7 St. John Evan. rain. 


4 59 


7 1 


3 41 


3) sets 


7 


A SuntL aft. Asc. 


4 58 


7 2 


9 27 


7 43 


3 


1 E. term end. Cwi h 9. 


4 57 


7 3 


10 15 


8 39 


9. 


3 M. with *2 • Moon high- 


4 56 


7 4 


11 4 


9 35 


10< 


1 A (hick air, and we 


4 55 


7 5 


aft. 3 


19 19 


11 . 


5 11 set 2ii. 5m. mo. may 


4 54 


7 6 


43 


11 3 


12 < 


3 have thunder and rain. 


4 53 


7 7 


1 32 


11 38 


13 r 


r V sets oh. 32m. 


4 52 


7 8 


2 21 


morn. 


14 i 


K Whit Sunday. Spiing 


4 51 


7 9 


3 10 


14 


15 J 


2 W. mon. advances. 


4 50 


7 10 


3 58 


47 


16* 


3 Q fast cl. 4m. 


4 49 


7 11 


4 48 


1 20 


17 ^ 


i A fine growing season. 


4 48 


7 12 


5 S9 


1 59 


18 f 


> Day br. 3h. 3 4ns. ■ 


4 47 


7 14 


6 33 


2 39 


19( 


> 9 set 811. 46m. 


4 46 


7 14 


7 30 


3 11 


20 " 


! \I. perigee. Now we 


4 45 


7 15 


8 30 


3 42 


21 ^ 


K Trinity sund. ©' ent. H . 


4 44 


7 16 


9 S3 


J) rise 


22 i 


J g gr. elon. ((Teclips. 


4 43 


7 17 


10 35 


8 44 


23^ 


High tides. may expect. 


4 42 


7 18 


11 36 


9 38 


24 4 


[ d ? h • r a ?n ai*d 


4 42 


7 18 


morn. 


10 51 


25 5 


perhaps thunder. 


4 41 


7 19 


34 


11 8 


20 C 


Trin. term begins. 


4 40 


7 20 


1 27 


11 45 


27"? 


Variable weather. 


4 39 


7 21 


2 16 


morn. 


oo _ 


* 1 sund. aft. Trin, 


4 39 


7 21 


3 2 


20 


29 2 


(?) Cast cJ. 3m. 


1 38 


7 22 


3 44 


40 


36 3 


Heat increases and rain 


4 37 


7 23 


4 29 


1 8 


31 4 


would be beneficial. 


1 37 7 23 


5 11 


1 35 



VI Mo. 



JlJiN'E haili 30 (lays. 



1826- 



Sfew mo, 5d. lb. 7m. after. I Full mo. 19d. 6h. 7m. aft 
First gr. 13d. 3h. 7m. morn. | Last g r.26d.llh.38m. aft 
m»\t| Calendar, ike. I(v)r.|@s.|F ?e- jr. f s. 



V set 9h. Bin. Now 4 
1) apogee. expect 4 

rain near this time 4 
2d aft. Trinity. 4 

O eclipse. without fail. 4 

D with h . 'D high. 4 

9 sets 9h, 15m. . 4 

Day break 2h. 17m. 4 

A fine growing season. 4 
7£ set midnight. 4 

3d aft. Trin. 4 

Rather cool 4 

$ station. for June. 4 
Trin. term ends. Showers 4 

) with i . in many 4 
Inf. 6 CO *2 • places, and 4 

J) perigee. perhaps 4 

4 aft. Trin. thunder. 4 
7/ set llh. 25m. 4 
H'gh tides. Cloudy 4 
Q sent 25 f thick air, 4 

uncertain whether it will 4 
7*s rise 2b. M. rain oi 4 

Nativ. St. John Baptist. 4 

5 aft. Trin. not # 4 

V sets 9b. 24m. 4 
Grows rather dry. ;4- 
© Si. cl.3m. Distant 4 
St. Peter. thunder. 4 
Moon apogee. ■ 4 



36|7 
36j7 
357 
34 7 



34 
33 

33 
32 
32 
32 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
31 
31 
3^+7 



7 2' 



5 53 

6 37 

7 23 

8 10 



9 48 
10 38 



1 28 
ft.16 
1 4 

1 52 

2 40 

3 29 

4 19 



2&-& 2 



10 12 

11 9 
morn. 



, 

1 : 

2 19 



30 



3 4 

4 28 

5 13 



2 
2 
3 7 
3 43 
3)seU 

8 ly 

9 1 
9 43 

10 16 

10 50 

11 20 
11 50 
morn . 

22 

56 

1 30 

2 17 

3 3 
J) rise 

8 14 

8 55 

9 36 
10 7 

10 37 

11 2 
11 38 
11 58 
morn. 

25 

1 10 



/ VII. Mo. .JULY hath 31 days. lv.6 


New mo.5d. 2h. 49 m. mom. 


Fuil mo.l9d 2' >. 5-m.i 


Last 


qr. 12(1. 8b. 37m. morn. 


Lastqr.26d.4i). 16m. at 


m|w 


| Calendar, &c. 


|g|r.{®s|F.seH|r.3 


1 


7 


2 sets 9h. 19m. 


4 31 


7 29 


5 59 


1 4 


2 


A 


6 aft. Triii. Visit. BVM. 


4 32 


7 28 


6 48 


2 1 


3 


2 


($ } h* A ^ ne season ant! 


4 32 


7 28 


7 37 


3 


4 


3 


we may expert ram 


4 33 


7 27 


8 27 


3 5 


5 


4 


Day br.2h. 12ra, 


4 33 


7 27 


9 18 


>sel 


6 


5 


near this time. 


4 33 


7 27 


10 8 


8 1 


7 


6 


% sets lOh. 16m. 


4 34 


7 26 


10 57 


8 4 


8 


7 


Pleasant 


4 34 


7 26 


11 45 


9 1 


9 


A 


7 aft. Trin. weather. 


4 35 


7 25 


aft. 33 


9 5 


10 


2 


Qsl. cl. 5m, 


4 36 


7 24 


1 21 


10 2 


11 


3 


Days decrease 12m, 


4 36 


7 24 


2 10 


11 5 


12 


4 


Changeable weather. 


4 37 


7 23 


3 2 


11 2 


13 


5 


D with % . We may 


4 38 


7 22 


3 5(y 


mrrr 


14 


6 


^CJ#. have thunder. 


4 38 


7 22 


4 43 





15 


7 


VL perigee. M. runs low. 


4 39 


7 21 


5 52 


5 


16 


A 


8 aft. Trin. 


4 40 


7 20 


6 52 


1 4 


17 


2 


Heat increase*, 


4 40 


7 20 


7 52 


2 4 


18 


3 


and we 


4 41 


7 19 


8 50 


3 5 


19 


4 


$ set 9h. may 


4 42 


7 18 


9 45 


JDris 


20 


5 


expect rain near this 


4 43 


7 17 


10 35 


8 


21 


6 


7* rise midnight. " time. 


4 43 


7 17 


11 23 


3 3 


22 


7 


Cl) ent. ?J. 


4 44 


7 16 


morn. 


9 


23 


A 


9 aft Trin. Hot sultry 


4 45 


7 15 


9 


9 3 


24 


2 


weather, thunder in many 


4-46 


7 14 


53 


9 5 


25 


3 


Dog days begin, places. 


4 47 


7 13 


1 36 


10 2 


26 


4 


$ set 8b. 50 m. 


4 48 


7 12 


.2 20 


10 5 


27 


5 


M. apogee. Pleasant 


4 49 


7 11 


3 5 


11 3 


28 


6 


weather. 


4 50 


7 10 


3 51 


mon 


29 


7 


0sl. cl. 6m. D high. 


4 51 


7 9 


4 38 


1 


30 


A 


10 aft. Trinity. Grows 


4 52 


7 8 


5 27 


5 


231 


2 


(5 $1|. rather dry. 


4 53 


7 7 


6 17 


1 4 



VI 1L Mo." A UGUST hath 31 days 



1826) 



New rno. 3d. 2h. 3im after. 
First q:.10d. In. 27m. ait. 



Fuilnio.17d.0h.27m.ait. 
Last qr.25d.10h.22m. mo, 



rj-vl 



Calendar, &c. 



;| ! ^r.|@6i|F.sea/ri;y»; 



Lammas g, set 8b. 47m. 
7* rise lib, 18m. 

Variable weather.^ 
Day break . 3h. Rain 

much wanted. 

11 aft.T. transfig of ourL. 
2JL sets8h,26m. 

Thunder in many places. 
© si. ci. 5m. 

St. law. (S }% . Now 

Moon perigee, expect rait 
Moon runs low. near this 

12 att. trin. time. 
Fine pleasant weather. 

A growing seas on. 
$ station. 

Now expect more 
Days dec. Ih, 26m. 
7*s rise 9h. 48m. ram 

13 aft. trin. near this 
time and perhaps 

rj0<?. thunder. 

Qem-. WR. 

St. Bart. Moon apogee. 
Pleasant weather. 
Moon runs high. Showers 
Uafi.trin. in 

many places. 
St. John Bap. beheaded. 
Inf. 6 COS A growing 

(•) el. even. season. 



4 54 


7 


6 


7 8 


2 tft 


4 55 


7 


5 


7 59 


3 41 


4 56 


7 


4 


8 49 


..-sets 


4 57 


7 


3 


9 38 


7 18 


4 58 


7 


2 


10 28 


7 50 


4 59 


7 


1 


U 18 


8 22 


5 


7 





aft. 8 


8 56 


5 1 


6 


59 


59 


9 29 


5 2 


6 


58 


I 52 


10 9 


5 4 


6 


56 


2 48 


10 49 


5 5 


6 


55 


3 46 


11 42 


5 C 


6 


54 


4 44 


morn. 


5 7 


6 


53 


5 43 


35 


5 8 


6 


52 


6 40 


1 40 


5 9 


6 


51 


7 35 


2 46 


5 11 


6 49 


8 27 


3 56 


5 12 


6 


48 


9 16 


Driee 


5 13 


6 


47 


10 3 


7 3 


5 14 


6 


46 


10 49 


7 37 


5 16 


6 


44 


11 33 


8 10 


5 17 


6 43 


morn. 


8 35 


5 18 


6 


42 


18 


9 


5 19 


6 


41 


1 2 


9 So- 


5 21 


6 


30 


1 48 


lO 12 


5 22 


6 


38 


2 35 


10 57 


5 23 


6 


3: 


3 23 


11 42 


5 25 


6 


35 


4 13 


mom- 


5 26 


6 


34 


5 3 


37 


5 27 


6 


33 


5 54 


1 33 


5 26 


6 


32 


6 44 


2 36 


5 30 


6 


30 


7 35 


3 40 



IX. Mo. SEPTEMBER ha 


t h 30 <J 


ays. 182Q, 


New mo. 2tl.0b.55qi.rao. | Full mo. 16 


. In, 10 ii. mo. 


First qr. 8J. 6h. 58m. aft. | Last 


qr, 24.' 


. 4b. 45; n. rtto. 


\V| vi | Calendar, &c 


1 • (v)s.| sea.ir. J)s. 


l 6 


$ set 8h.5m. 


5 31 


6 


291 8 "5 


4 43 


2 


7 


Variable weather. 


5 32 


6 


28 9 16 


- sets 


3 


A 


15 aft. Tr. . Dog il#ys end. 


5 33 


6 


2710 7 


7 


4 


2 


High tides. 


5 35 


6 


25 10 59 


7 38 


5 


3 


C with 9 . M. perigee. 


5 36 


(3 


2411 5> 


8 15* 


6 


4 


?ome want of rain. 


5 37 


6 


23 a ft. 50 


8 59 


7 


5 


Daybr. 3h. 53m 


5 39 


6 


21 


1.4ft 


9 44 


8 


6 


Nativ. BVM. Changeable 


5 40 


6 


20 


2 47 


10 41 


9 


7 


weather. Looks likely for 


5 41 


6 


19 


3 45 


11 ss 


10 


A 


16 aft. Trin. rain, 


5 43 


6 


17 


4 43 


morn. 


1'1 


2 


( >zJ fast cl. 3m. and 


5 44 


5 


16 


5 37 


4r 


12 


3 


7* rise 8h. 40m. perhaps 


5 45 


6 


15 


6 29 


1 5£ 


13 


4 


Com. Y. College, thunder. 


5 47 


6 


13 


7 19 


3 1 


u 


5 


$ rise 7 h. 50m. 


5 48 


6 


12 


8 6 


4 <j 


u 


6 


Pleasant vv eather, but we 


5 49 


6 


11 


8 51 


5 1 


16 


7 


$ gr. elon. may expect 


5 51 


6 


9 


9 36 


£ ris« 


17 


A 


17 aft. Trin. Lambert, rain 


5 52 


6 


8 


10 21 


6 3£ 


18 


2 


6 Q 11 • near lnis time 


5 54 


6 


6 


11 6 


7 1( 


19 


3 


o set 9h. 37m. 


5 55 


6 


5 


11 51 


7 4$ 


20 


4 


St. Matthew, i apogee. 


5 56 


6 


4 


mora. 


8 If 


2] 


5 


Nights grow cooler. 


5 58 


6 


2 


38 


8 5$ 


2,2 


6 


. Smoky thick air. 


5 59 


6 


1 


1 25 


9 4< 


23 


7 


3 ent. -fa* 


6 


6 





2 14 


10 3' 


24 


A 


18 aft. Trin. Pleasant 


6 2 


5 58 


3 3 


11 3( 


25 


o 


o. sets 7 h.31m. 


6 3 


5 


57 


3 53 


morn 


26 


3^ 


Day br. 4. 22m. Expect 


6 4 


5 


56 


4 42 


2< 


27 


4 


rain and wind 


6 6 


5 


54 


5 32 


1 2! 


28 


5 


ft station, about this 


6 7 


5 


53 


6 22 


2 3; 


29 


6 


-t. Mich. time. 


6 9 


5 


51 


7 12 


3 4 


30 


7 


Q fastcl. 10m. 


6 10 


5 


50 


8 3 


4 5< 



















X. Mo. OCTOBER hath 31 days. 1826. | 


Newmo.ld. 10h.42m. m. 
First qr. 8d. 2h.22m. mo. 


Full mo. 15d. 4h. 58m. alter. 
Last qi . 23d. lOh. 3m. after. 
New mo. 30d. 8h. 35m. aft. 


MJw| Calendar, <&c. I0M0S. |F.sea 


rjs, 


a 


A 


19 ak.Trm. V sets7h.34m. 


6 11 


5 49 


8 55 


Dset 


2 


2 


Variable weather. 


6 13 


5 47 


9 51 


6 16 


o 


3 


D perigee. Showers in 


6 14 


5 46 


10 48 


7 2 


4 


4 


High tides. many 


6 16 


5 44 


11 28 


7 48 


5 


5 


places. 


6 17 


5 43 


aft.48 


8 45 


6 


6 


Day.br. 4h. 43m. 


6 18 


5 42 


1 48 


9 41 


7 


7 


b sets 7h. 29m. 


6 20 


5 40 


2 47 


10 47 


.8 


A 


20 aft Tun. 


6 21 


5 39 


3 43 


11 53 


9 


2 


The weather grow? 


6 22 


5 38 


4 35 


morn. 


\o 


3 


cooler. 


6 24 


5 36 


5 23 


1 1 


h 


4 


O fast cl. 13m, 


6 25 


5 35 


6 12 


2 4 


;2 


5 


^up. rf -0.S • 


6 27 


5 33 


6 57 


3 7 


:3 


6 


$ sets 9h. 16m* 


6 28 


5 32 


7 41 


4 8 


:4 


7 


$ gr. elon. Pleasant 


6 30 


5 30 


3 25 


5 9 


o 


A 


21 aft.Trin. for Oct. 


6 31 


5 29 


9 10 


3) rise 


6 


2 


We may have some frosty 


6 32 


5 28 


9 55 


5 50 


.7 


3 


* mornings. 


6 34 


5 26 


10 41 


6 28 


,8 


4 


St Luke, h station. 


6 3£ 


5 25 


11 28 


7 5 


'9 


5 


M. apogee. 


6 36 


5 24 


morn. 


7 51 


•o 


6 


3) runshigh. Dry- 


6 38 


5 22 


16 


8 36 


h 


7 


weather. 


6 39 


5 21 


1 5 


9 30 


1 


A 


22 aft. Trin. 


6 40 


5 20 


1 53 


10 24 


2 


$ ent. rt { . Some 
signs ot rain. 


6 42 


5 18 


2 42 


11 25 


;4 


3 


6 43 


5 17 


3 30 


morn. 


! 5 


4 


^ rise 4h. 11M. 


6 44 


5 16 


4 18 


2? 

1 31 


6 


5 


Thick smoky air. 


6 45 


5 15 


5 6 


;7 


6 


O last cl. 16m. 


6 47 


5 13 


5 55 


2 35 


'o 


7 


St. S. and Jude. 


6 48 


5 12 


6 46 


3 45 


'9 


A 


23 aft. Trin. Changeable 


6 49 


5 11 


7 34 


4 56 





2 


O eclipse, weather. 


6 51 


5 9 


8 36 


3) sets 


1l 


3 


J perigee. Cool winds. 


6 52 


5 8 


9 35 


5 38 



XL Mo. 



NOVEMBER hath 30 davs. 



1826. 



First 

Full _ 

MjWf Calendar, &c 



qr. Od. Ob. 38 ii. ai.. 
mo.14d.llh. 22m. mo. 



Lastqr. 22J.lh.12m. alter 
New mo. 29(1. 6h. 50m. mo. 



l0r.jQs.lb 1 . sea. /r. J) s 



1 


4 


2 


5 


ij 


6 


4 


7 


5 


A 


6 


■> 


7 


3 


8 


4 


9 


5 


10 


6 


11 


i 


12 


A 


13 


gl 


14 




15 


4 


16 


5 


17 


6 


18 


? 


19 


A 


20 


2 


21 


3 


22 


4 


23 


5 


24 


6 


25 


7 


26 


V 


27 


2 


28 


3 


29 


4 


30 


5 



."Vil saints. £ set 9h.l0 i n. 
All souls. High ticbs. 
Expect a storm near 
this time. 
24 aft. Trin. Soma 
6 £ ¥• pleasant weather 

about these days, 
% rise 3lh.34tn.3Vil 
(Ti fastcl. 16m. 
^0\v the cold north wind re- 
minds us of approaching 
■^^ aft. Trin. whiter. 
? sets 7h. iOm. 
3 eclipsed. ]) apogee. 
3) runs high. Frosty 

nights. 
Day br, 5h. 25m. 

*'s South at midnight. 
26 aft. Trin. Fine pleasant 
weather. 

Expect 
ent. f i> a storm near 

this time. 
Q fast cl. 13m. 
2[ rise 2b. 35m. 
k |27 aft.. Trinity. 

Pleasant weather, 
3) perigee. Now 
eclips.. High tides. 
3t. Andrew, expect snow. 



7110 36 
611 39 
5aft.40 



3 
2 
1 

59 
57 
55 
54 
53 
52 
51 
50 
49 
48 
4' 
46 
45 
44 
43 
42 
41 
41 
40 
39 
39 
38 



8 39 

9 25 

10 13 

11 1 
11 49 
morn. 

37 

1 24 

2 10 

2 57 

3 44 

4 31 

5 21 
6T4 

7 10 

8 10 

9 12 



6 30 

7 34 

8 38 

9 46 
10 54 
morn 

I 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

5 58 
])rise 

5 47 
34 
21 
17 
14 
14 
14 



4 38(10 15) 



6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
morn 

20 

1 20 

2 30 

3 38 

4 50 
6 2 

Dsets 
6 9 

















1 


XII. Mo. DIX'KMBhlK hath 31 days. 1826.} 


Firs' qr. 6d. &h« 26m. mo. 


Last q:\22d. In. 48m. mo. 


Full ir:o. 14d. 6h. 45m. mo. 


New mo.28d. 5h.34m. aft 


MjW] Calendar, &c. |©r.lEh.^.sea!r. Js t 


1,6 


fast c.». 10m. 


7 23 


4 37 


11 7 


7 18 


2 


7 


21 rise 2h 14m. morn, 


7 24 


4 36 


aft.16 


8 28 


3 


A 


Advent. 9 station. 


7 24 


4 36 


1 10 


9 38 


4 


2 


7* south 10 40m. 


7 25 


4 35 


2 1 


10 44 ; 


5 


3 


Expect some snow about 


7 25 


4 35 


2 48 


11 50 


6 


4 


g station. this 


7 26 


4 34 


3 33 


morn- 


7 


5 


time. 


7 26 


4 34 


4 17 


52 


8 


6 


Concep. B.V.M. 


7 27 ! 4 33 


5 


1 48 


9 


7 


Pleasant for the season. 


7 27 


4 33 


5 41 


2 46 


10 


A 


2d in Advent. 


7 28 


4 32 


6 28 


3 44 


U 


2 


Vloon apogee. 


7 28 


4 32 


7 13 


4 39 


12 


3 


Variable weather. 


7 28 


4 32 


8 


5 # 34 


13 


4 


71 rise lh* 31m. 


7 29 


4 31 


3 48 


6 25 


14 


5 


Moon high. Expect snow 


7 29 


4 31 


9 36 


^ rise 


15 


6 


tof. 6O?. or rain near 


7 29 


4 31 


10 24 


6 2 


16 


7 


fast cl. 4m this 


7 29 


4 31 


11 ii 


6 59 


17 


A 


3 in advent. time. 


7 39 


4 31 


11 58 


t 00 


18 


2 


Cold weather. 


7 30 


4 30 


morn. 


8 57 


19 


3 


Day br. 5h. 45m. 


7 30 


4 30 


44 


9 57 


20 


4 


Chilling winds. 


7 30 


4 30 


1 29 


11 


21 


5 


St. Thomas. & tnt. VJ 


7 30 


4 30 


2 15 


morn. 


22 


6 


Cold frosty weather. 


7 30 


4 30 


3 2 


3 


23 


7 


Inf. 4©?. 


7 30 


4 30 


3 51 


1 10 


24 


A 


4 in advent. Pleasant for 


7 30 


4 30 


4 43 


2 17 


25 


2 


Christmas. the season. 


7 29 


4 31 


5 39 


3 27 


26 


3 


6i Ste, but soon grow 


7 29 


4 31 


6 38 


4 38 


27 


4 


£ perigee, b "ft & • cold. 


7 29 


4 31 


7 40 


5 44 


28 


5 


Our time in swift 


7 29 


4 31 


8 42 


j)sets 


29 


6 


Career rolls on, 


7 29 


4 31 


9 43 


5 51 


30 


7 


For, Iol another 


7 28 


4 32 


10 41 


7 1 


31 


A 


Year is gone. 


7 28 


4 32111 35 


8 12! 



17 



■MNlMMMi 



INTEREST TABLE. 



Table of simple Interest 


a. 


s?x per eent « : ; Dolls. &c Cents 


P- -incipal. 


| ! w.ira. I -n \ 6 m. jlyear 


DC. |d. c.j o. C f D. C.J D. c. 



Cents. 



Dollars. 



10 

20 

30 

40 

SO 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

10 

20 

30 

40 

50 

100 

200 

300 

400 

500 

1000 

































12 

25 

37 

50 

62 

1 25j 

































1 








2 


1 





3 


8 





6 


4 





9 


6 


G 


12 


7 





15 


15 





30 


80 





6p 


45 





90 


60 


1 


20 


75 


1 


r>o 


50 


3 








6 





50 


9 








12 





50 


15 








30 


o; 



Q 


O 



12 
18 
24 
30 

60 

1 20 

1 80 

2 40 

3 



6 
12 
18 
24 
30 



To find the interest of any particular sum for any cer- 
lin time, multiply the sum by the number of the months 
ike one half of the product -, and you will find the two 
ight hand figures to be cents— the remainder on the left 
aad are dollars, which is the answer. If there be cents 
i the sum, after you have multiplied as above, you will 
nd the two right hand figures to be fractions, the two 
ext cents, and the remainder in dollars. 



18 



T AilXE, 

Showing the value of a v umber of Cents, from on 
to one hundred, in shillings, pence and farthings. 



cts. 

1 

2 
3 
4 



d f.\ cts 

03; 



1 2 

2 1 

3 

3 3J 

4 2 
5 

5 3 

6 2 
7 

8 
8 3 

9 1 
10 
10 3 

11 2 

1 1 
1 

1 3 

2 1 

3 

3 3 

4 2 

5 1 

6 o! 



1 11 1 



331 11 3 



6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 

IVkoney account^ of 
expressed in Dollars 
Cents or Hundredths^ 
a Dime being the t 



*/. / r/« s 

6 3 5l|3 

7 2.523 

8 I 53|3 

9 543 



df 
3 



9 355 
I 10 2 56 



2 
1 



9 
10 
11 





57 



59 



603 
3 



1 
2 
3 

3 3 

4 1 

5 

5 3 

6 2; 

7 1 

8 0! 

8 3 

9 1 
4J3 10 
>!3 10 3 
6 ; 3 11 2 

1 



cts.s 
76 4 

774 
784 
79J4 
804 



4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
'5 
90:5 

91J5 

92*5 
93J5 



6 3 

7 2 

8 1 

9 
9 3 

10 2 

11 1 
11 3 

2 

1 1 

2 

2 3 

3 1 

4 

4 3 

5 2 

6 1 



7 

7 3 

8 1 

9 9 
9 3 



,74 

84 1 
')'J4 13 Wp 
?04 2 1 95!; 
714 3 96^5 
72;4 ^ 3 97J5 
W4 4 2 9815 
H4 5 1> 99 Is 
754 6 0' 100 6 

LJoiteri stau • 
Units, Dime* 
' Mills 01 Thousandths 
t a Djllar, a Cew/ 



the hundredth part of a Dollar) and a iW?// the 
thousandth part of a Dollar • 



19 

i 1 TABLE of various Foreign Coi7is i &c.xvtth 
in Federal Money, 



xteenthof a dollar 

alf a Pistarecn 

eal Plate of >pain 

Qglish Sixpence 

ighth of a dollar 

ivre Tournois cf France 

ranc of France 

stareen 

ngltsh shilling- 

ua tc of a dollar 

ark Banco of Hamburgh 

lot in or Guelder of the United 

Netherlands 
alf Dollar 
upee of Bengal 

ix Dollar of Denmark and Sweden 
uble o» Russia 
rowas of England and France 
ilrea of Po tugal 
ale of China 
agoda oi India 
rench Pistole 
)anish Pistole 
>und of Ireland 
)und stealing of Great Britain 
ench Guinea 
iglish Guinea 
oidore 

alf Johannas 
oubloon 
hannas 



$c. with tlitir value 


Dolls. 


cts 


mills. 





06 


2 1-2 





10 








10 


9 





11 


1 





12 


5 





18 


5 





18 


7 \-% 





20 








22 


2 





25 








23 










40 





50 








50 







00 







00 







11 







24 







48 







84 





3 


66 


7 


3 


77 


3 


4 


10 





4 


44 





3 


60 





4 


65 


i 


6 


00 


8 


8 


00 





14 


93 


4 


16 


00 






Electors 5 Meetings 

Are held annually on th* first Monday in April. 



go 





ROADS. 


Old Road Jrom Boston to Harlem Bridge 


New 


York. 


New York 


To Cambridge 


i 3 


— 


Water town 


4 


Prom Boston to Hart- 


Waltham 


3 


ford J 


Weston 


5 


Hartford to N. York i 


Sunbury 


4 


— 


Marlboro* 


10 


Whole distance i 


Northboro* 


5 


Hartjord to Windsor, V 


Shrewsbury 


5 


Springfield 


Worcester 


6 


Northampton 


Leicester 


6 


Deerfielc? 


Spencer 


5 


Putney 


Brookfield 


7 


Charletown 


Weston 


6 1-2 


Windsor 


Palmer 


6 


— 


Wilbraham 


7 


From N.London to JVewpo 


Springfield 


10 


Westerly 


Suffield 


14 


Tower Hill 


Windsor 


10 


Narraganset Ferry 


Hartford 


7 


Newport 


Berlin 


11 


From N. Y. to WashinsfU 


Meriden 


6 


Pr»« ceton 


Wallingford 


8 


Philadelphia 


New Haven 


9 


Wilmington 1 


Milford 


9 


csusquehannah (Havre) 1 


Stratford 


5 


Baltimore I 


Bridgeport 


4 


Gents 2 


Fairfield 


4 


Washington 2 


Saugatuc 


6 


Post Road from Boston 


Norwalk 


4 


Hartjord. 


Darien 


5 1-2 


Farmington 


Stamford 


41-2 


Worcester 


Horseneck 


5 


Stur bridge 


Rye 

East Chester 


5 

K) 


Stafford 
Vernon 


West Farms 


4 


Hartford 



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! 'urnpike from IV. London 
'o Providence & Boston 
> Mystic— V\ ill isms' 7 1-2 
Stonington— Miner's 8 1-2 
pkinton City 2 1-2 

est Greenwich^ 

Blake's 15 

Dvidence 16 1-2 

ston 42 

Whole distance 92 1-2 



om JYew London to » 


7Vbr- 


ivich ami Boston. 




Montville 


7 


rwich 


6 


belt's City 


8 


linfield 


7 


rling 


4 


luate 


11 


)vidence 


15 


leborough 


12 


ilpole 


10 


dham 


10 


ston 


1G 



Guilford 9 

Branford, Barker 9 

New Haven 8 

— Total 53 
From N. London to Hart' 

ford 

WaterfDrd— S 

Montville— Turner 3 

Salem 6 

Colchester 6 

Marlborough — BueU 8 

Glastenbury— Holister 5 

Wells 5 

Sfartford 4 3-4 

Total 42 3 4 
From Hartford to Albany. 

Northington 10 

N. Hartford 10 

Winchester 8 

Norfolk 8 

Sheffield 14 

bfceat Barringlon & 

i -tockbridge 10 

. Canaan 8 

Chatham 6 

Nassau Village 4 

Schodack 6 

Ubany, (N. S. Skinner.) 6 

— Total 94 
From Albans t° Vtica* 

Schenectady ^ 3* 

Amsterdam 16 

Cauknawauga 9 

Johnston * 7 

Palatine 14 

Manheim 3 

Little Falls 7 
Herkimer 

Schuyler 6 

Uttea ^0 



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From Utica to Canandaigua 

New Hartford 4 

Westmoreland 7 

Vernon 8 

Lenox 1 
Sullivan 
Manilas 

East Hill 9 

West Hi\\ 5 

Marcellus 3 

Nine-m*e creek 5 

SJceneatelos 5 

Auburn 6 

Cayuga 4 

Geneva 5 

Gorham 10 

Canandaigua 6 
From Canandaigua to Buf- 

jtdo. 

East Bloomfieid 6 

West Bloomfieid 5 

Lima 5 

Avon 3 

Caledonia 7 

Batavia IS 

Buffalo 36 
From Canandaigua to Mag 

ara Falls* 

Genesee River V7 1-2 

Batavia 27 



Buffalo Creek 
Chippewa 
Niagaia Falls 



36 
19 
2 

112 

From Providence to Ha\ 

ford. 

Plamfield 

Windham 

Hartford 

Middle Road from 2?osij 
to Hartford* 

Dedham 

Mendon 

Uxb idge 

Dongass 

Tb mpson 

Pomtret 
Vshfrrd 

Mansfield 

(^oven tv 

East Hartford 

Hartford 



From Hartford to JVt Hav 

through Middletoton 
Middle, wn 
Nortbford 
New-Haven 



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COURTS. 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 



JUNE 



\JULY 



At Hartford second Tuesdav. 

Litchfieli, third do. 

Danbury, fourth do. 

N. Haven, Tues. fol, fourth 

At Haddam (a) second do. 

Norwich, (a) third clo, 

Brooklyn fourth d^>. 

Tolland, Tues. fourth <$p 



JANUARY 
FEBRUARY 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 



At Brooklyn first 
New Haven third 
Norwich, fourth 
Hartford, second 
Litchfield, third 
Middletown, fourth 
Tolland, third 
New Ha< en, second 
Litchfield thinl 
Haddam fourth 
Hartford fourth 
Brooklyn, second 
Danbury fourth 
New London, first 
Fairfield, last ' 
Tolland, fourth 

COUNTY COURTS. 

FEBRUARY At Fairfield, second (a) 
New London, first (a) 



•APRIL 
AUGUST 



SEPTEMBER 



OCTOBER 
DECEMBER 



dfe. 

do, 

do. 

(to. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

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do, 

do. 

do, 

do, 

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FEBRUARY Tolland, second. 

New Haven third do 

Brooklyn, third do. 

Hertford, fourth do. 

APRIL Litchfield, first do. 

Fairfield, third do. 

Haddam, Tues. afterlst Monday. do. J 
JUNE New London, second Tuesday, do. 

New Haven, fourth do. 

AUGUST Hartf.rd, second do. 

Brooklyn, third do, 

SEPTEMBER Tolland, second do. 

Litchfield, fourth do. 

OCTOBER Middleiown, third do. 

NOVEMBER Litchfield, first *o. 

Hartford, seeond do. 

Norwich, third do, 

D anbury, third do. 

New Haven fourth do. 

DECEMBER Brooklyn, second do. 

Litchfield, third do. 



UNITED STATES COURTS, 



FEBRUARY district, New Haven 4th Tuesday 

APRIL Circuit— New Haven 13th day. 

MAY District— Hartford 4th Tuesday. 

AUGUST District— New Haven 4lh*do. 

SEPTEMBER Circuit— Hartford, 17th day. 

NOVEMBER District— Hartford, 4th Tuesdar 



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— — P —— — — ■— — «— B gmllllWl II '" — TTTTMga— H— — — — » 

TARIFF, 

OR RATES OF DUTY, 

onformably to the existing laws , on the 1st July, 1825. 



TABLE I. 
Articles subject to ad valorem rates of duty* 
Arms, fire, all othe, ,30 a 33 f. # 
Arms, side, 30 a. 33 f 
Articles ad, composed wholly or chiefly ofgold,silver,pear! f 

and precious stones, 12 1-2 a. 13 3-4 f. 
Articles, all other of glass in addition to two cents V Qv 

pound, 2') a. 22 f 
Articles all, not free, and not subject to any other rate of 

duty, (see gold leaf) 15 a 16 1-4 f. 
Baizes, 33 1-3 a. 36 2-3 f 
Balaras, 30 a. 33 f, 
iilank books, 30 a. 33 f- 
blankets, 25 a 27 1-2 f. 
Jonnets for women, 30 a 33 f. 
Braids for making hats or bonnets. 50a. 55 f. 
Jrass, all manufactures of, not othe wise specified, or of 

which brass is a component materia I, 25 a. 27 1-2 f. 
Jrass, in plates or sheets, 15 per cents a. 16 1-2 f 
Jrass wire, 25 a. 27 1-2 t 
Iridles, 30 a. 33 f, 
Bristol stones. 12 12 a. 13 3-4 f. 
Srushes, 30 a. 33 f 
Suckles, 25 a. 27 1-2 f 
H\ttons,25 a. 27 1-2 f 
tutto:> moulds, 20 a. 22 f. 
lurlaps, 15 a- 16 1-2 f. 
abinet wares, 30 a. 33 f. 

**— a- stands for American vzssel.—f. for Foreign* 



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Canes, 30 a. 33 f. 

Cannon, 25 a, 27 1-2 f. 

Capers, 30 a. 33 f. 

Caps for women, 30 a. 33 f. 

Caps or hats of wool, 30 a 33 f r 
fur, 30 a. 33 f. 
leather, 30 a. 33 f. 
silk, 30 a. 33 f. 

Carpeting, oil cloth, of every description, 30 a. 33 f 

Carpets and Carpeting, all other, made of tow,flags$ qr 
any other material, 30 a. 33 f 

Carriages of all descriptions, and parts of carriages 30 a* 
33 f 

China ware, 20 a. 22 f. 

Cloths, bolting, 15 a. 16 1-2 f. 

Cloth hair, and hair seating, 30 a. 33 f. 

Cloths, oil, of every description, 30 a. 33 f. 

Clothing, ready made, 30 a. 33 f. 

Coach laces, of cotton, or other material, 35 a. 38 ]-2 f. 

Comfits of all descriptions, preserved in sugar or brandy, 
30 a. 33 f 

Copper, all vessels of, 35 a. 38 1-2 f. 

Cosmetic*, 30 a. 33 f. 

Cotton all manufacture* of, not herein specified, or of 
which cotton shall be a component part; with special 
provisions as to cotton cloths, or of which cotton shall 
be a component material, 25 a. 27 1-2 f 

Cotton, cloth.9 aU whatsoever or cloths of which cotton 
shall be a component material (excewir g nankeens im- 
ported directly from China ) the o» iginal cost of which, 
at the place whence imported with the addition of 
twenty per centum, if imported from the Cape of Good 
Hope, or any place beyond it ; and nf tf-n pei centum, 
if imported f om any other place, shall be less than 
thirty cents per square yard, shall, with such addition, 
be taken and deemed to have cost thirty cents per square 
yard, and shall be charged with duty accordingly, 25 a. 
27 1-2 f. 

Cotton twist, Cotton yarn. Cotton thread —all unbleached 
and coloured, the original cost ot whicfe shall be less 
than sixty cents per pound shall be deemed and taken 



27 

to have cost sixty cents per pound, and shall be charged 

with duty accordingly, 25 a. 27 1-2 f. 
Cotton yarn, Cotton twist, Cotton thread,— all bleached or 

coloured, the original cost of which shall be less than 

seventy -five cents per pound, shall be deemed and taken 

to have cost seventy-five cents per pound, and shall be 

charged with duty accordingly, 25 a 27 12 f. 
Cotton, Stockings of, 25 a. 27 1*2 f 
Cutlery, "25 a 27 t-2 f. 
Duck, sail, 15 a. 16 1-2 f 
Dvine drugs, and all materials for composing dyes, not sub* 

ject to other rates ofdttty,j2 12 a. 13 3 
Earthen ware, 20 a 22 f 
Embroider*, 12 1-2 a. '3 3-4 f. 
Epaulets, 1 2 1-9 a. 13 3-4 f. 
Fans, 30 a. 33 f ,e,or 

Feathers for beds, 15 per cent. a. 16 1-2 t. 

ornamental, 30 a 33 f. 
Flannels, 33 1-3 a 36 2-3 f. 

Flats or P'ats for making hats or bonnets, 50 a. 55 t. 
Flax all manufactures of, not herein specified, or of whicfc 

flax *hH be a component part, 5 a. 27 1-2 £ 
Floo clot r. s, made of tow, flags, or any other material? 

30 a. 33 f 
Flowers, artificial, 30 a. 33 f. 

Frames, or sticks, for umbrellas or parasols, SO a. 33 f. 
Fur, hats or caps of, $0 a 33 f 
Gilt wares ol *U kinds, 20 a €2 f 
Glass, cut, all *a es of, not specified, in addition to three 

cents per pound, 30 a 33 f. 
Glass, on al> • ther articles of, in addition to two cents per 

pound, 28 a. 22 f. 
Glass manufactures, or articles of g!ass, which cannot fairly 

be brought within ihe operation of the act of 22d May, 

1824, such a* ooking glasses in frames, and looking glass 

plates, silvered, 20 a 22 f. 
Gold, ah articles composed wholly or chiefly of, 12 1-2 a? 

13 3-4 f. 
Gold lace, 12 1.2 a, 13 5-4 f. 



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Gold leaf, and all articles not free and not subject to any 

other rate of duty, 15 a. 16 1.2 f. 
Grass, hats or bonnets of, (see hats) 
Gum Arabic, 12 1-2 a. 13 3.4 f. 
Gum Senegal, 12 1.2 a. t3 3.4 f. 
Harness, 30 per cent, a 33 f. 

Mats or bonnets Leghorn, and all hats or bonnets of straw, 
chip, or grass, with special provisions as to such, the 
cost of which, at the place whence imported, with the 
addition of ten per centum, shall have been less than 
one dollar each, 50 a. 55 f. 
Hats or bonnets, Leghorn, and all hats or bonnets of straw, 
chip, or grass, which, at the place whence imported, with 
the addition of ten per centum, shall have cost less than 
one dollar each, shall with such addition, be taken and 
deemed ro have cost one dollar each and shall be charged 
with duty accordingly, 50 a. 55 f 
Head dresses, ornaments, for 30 a. 33 f 
Hemp, all manufactures of, not herein specified, or of which 

hemp shall be a component part, 25 a 27 1-2 f. 
Hooks, reaping, of iron or steel, 30 a. 33 t. 
Iron, all manufactures of, not otherwise specified, or of 

which iron is a component material, 25 a. 27 f. 
Iron, cutting knives, scythes, sickies, and reaping hooks, 

spades, and shovels of, 30 a. 33 f. 
Iron, screws of, weighing twenty. five pounds or upward, 

30 a . 33 f 
Iron, screws of, for wood, called wood screws, 30 a.33f. 
.Japanned wares, of a* kinds, 25 a. 27 1.2 f. 
Jewelry, 121.2 a. 13 3.4 f. 
Knives, cutting, of iron or steel, 30 a. 33 f. 
Laces, coach, of cotton, or other material, 35 a. 38 1.3 f. 
shawls, 12 l-2a. 13 3.4 f 
shades, 12 1.2 a. 13 3-4 f. 
Laces, all other, 12 l-2a 133. 4f. 

Lead, all manufactures of, not otherwise specified, or of 
which lead shall be a component material, 25 a. 27 1.2 f. 
Lead pencils, black, 40 per cent. a. 44f . 
Leather and all manufactures thereof, or of which it is th# 
material of chief value, SO a. S3f . 



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Leather, caps or hats of, 30 a. 33 f. 

Manufactures, all, of woof, or of which wool shall be « 
component part, (except worsted stuff goods and blan„ • 
kets, and such manufactures of wool, not including fian., 
nelsand baizes, the actual value of which, at the place 
whence imported, shall not exceed thirty. three and a 
third cents per square yard) 33 i .3 a- 3o 2.3 f. 

Manufactures, all, of wool, (except flannels and baizes) the 
actual value of which, at the place whence imported, 
shall not exceed thirty. three and a third eents per square 
yard, 25 a. 27 1-2 f 

Manufactures, all not herein specified, of cotton, flax or 
hemp, or of which either of these materials shall be a 
component part, with special provisions as to cotton 
cloths, or which cotton shall be a component material ; 
(excepting nankeens imported directly from China;) 
and, as to cotton twist, yarn, or thread, for which pro- 
visions, see those particular articles, 25 a. 27 f. 

Manufactures all, of silk or of which silk shall be a compo- 
nent material, coming fiom beyond the Cape of Good 
Hope, 25 a 27 f 

Manufactures, all other of silk, or of which silk shall be a 
component material, 20 a 22 f. 

Manufactures all, not otherwise specified, made of brass, 
iron, steel, pewter, lead or tin, or of which either of these 
metals is a component material, 25 a. 27* 1 .2 f. 

Manufactures all, of marble, 30 a. 33 f. 

Manufactures of wo >d, 30 a. 33 f. 

Marble, 30 a. 33 f. 

Marble, all manufactures of, 30a. 33 f. 

Materials for composing dyes, not subject to other rates of 
duty, 12 1.2 a. 13 3-4 f. 

Millinery of all sorts, 30 a. 33 f. 

Moulds, button 20 a. 22 f. 

Mustard, 30 a. 33 f 

Needles, 25 a. 27 1 .2 f. 

Nitre, 12 1-2 a 13 3-4 f. 

Oi!, sallad, 30 a. 33 f. 

Olives, 30 a. 33 f. 



Woo!, manufactured (p>ovided the actual value thereo:! 
at the place whence mported, exceed ten cents pe| 
pound) until the first of Jane, one thou and eight hun 
drec3 and twenty-six, 25 a. 27 1-2 i. Afte«wa;ds, 30 al 
33 f 

Wool, all the actual value of which, at the place whei>e< 
imported, shall not exceed ten cents per pound, 15 a! 
10 1-2 f. 

Wool, caps or hats of, 30 a. 33 f. 

Worsted stuff g<ods, 25. a 27 1-2 f. 



TABLE IT. 
•Articles iuhjec> to specific rates of duty. 
Ale in bottles, 2< l cents per gallon a. 22 f. 

otherwise than in bottles. 15 do. a. 16,50 f. 
Almonds, 3 cents per pound a. 3,50 f. 
Alum, $2,50 per cwt a. §2,75 f, 
Anchors, L Z rents per pound n ?,20 f. 
Anvils, 2 cents per pound, a. 2,20 f. 
Bagging, cotton, 3 3-4 cents per square yard, a. 4 1-8 f. 
Band iron, slit or rolled iron for, 3 cents per pound a. 

3,30 f. 
Bars, iron in, not manufactured, in whole or in part, by 

rolling, 90 cents per ewt. a. 99 f. 
Bars, iron in, when manufactured by rolling, 1,50 cts. per 

cwt. a. 1,65 f 
Bars, lead in, 2 cents per pound, a. 2,20 f.' 
Beef, 2 cents. per pound a. 2,20 f. 
Beer, in bottles, 20 cts per gallon a- 22 f. 

otherwise than in bottles, 15 do. a. 16,50 f. 
Blacksmiths 9 hammers and sledges, 2 1-2 cts. per pound a. 

2 3-4 f. 
Blue or Roman Vitriol, 4 cents per pound, a. 4,40 f. 
Bolts, iron in, not manufactured in whole or in part, by 

rolling, 90 cents per cwt. a. 99 f. 
Molts, iron in, when manufactured by rolling, 15 cents 

per cwt. a 165 f. 
Bolts, copper, 4 cents per pound a. 4,40 f. 
Books all, which .hall be made to appear to the satisfac 

tion of the collector to have been printed previous to th© 

year 1775, (except books printed in Latin or Greek,) * 

cents pc r volume a. 4,40 f. 



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Books nil, printed in other hnguages than Fnglish, Latin 

and Greek, 4cents per volume a. 4,40 f. 
Books, all, printed in Latin or Greek, when bound, 15 els. 
per pound a. 16 1 .2 f. 

When not bound, 13 cents per pound a. 14 30 f. 
Becks, all other, when bound, 30 cents per pound a 33 f. 
in sheets or in boards, 20 cents do a. 28,60 f. 
Boots, 150 cents per pair, a lf>5 f. 
Boots or bootees, heed, 150 cents do. n. 165 f 
Brads, not exceeding sixteen ounces to the thousand, 5 cts. 

per thousand a. 5 1.2 f. 
Exceeding sixteen ounces to the thousand, 5 cents per 

pound a. 5 I -2 P. 
Braziers' rods, or round iron of 3.10 to 8-16 of an inch cli, 

ameter, inclusive, 3 cents per pound a. 3.30 f. 
Bristles, 3 cents do 3.30 f. 
Butter, 3 cents per pound a. 5 1.2 f. 
Cables, tarred, 4 cents per pound a. 4.40 f. 
Cables or chains, iron, or parts thereof, 3 cents per pound 

a. 3.30 f. 
Camphor, crude, 8 cents per pound a. 8. SO f. 

refined, 12 cents do a. 13.20 f. 
Candles, tallow, 5 cents do a. 5 1-2 f. 
wax, G cents do a. 6.90 f. 
spermaceti, 3 cents do a. 8.80 f. 
Candy, sugar, 12 cents do p. 13.20f. 
"'ards, playing, 60 cents per pack a S3 f. 
Parpets and carpeting- Brussels, Turkey and Wilton, 50 

cents per square yard a 55 f. 
Carpets and carpeting, Venetian and ingrain, 25 cents per 
square yard a. 27 1.2 f. 

'arpets and carpeting, all other kinds of, of wool, flax, 
hemp or cotton, or parts ot either, 20 cenl3 per souate 
yard a. 22 f. i 

basement rods, slit or rolled iron for, 3 cents per pound a. 

■assia, Chinese, 6 cents per pound a. 6.60 f. 

Jast iron, vessels of, not othei vise specified, 1 1-2 cent per 

^llVf; ^ al1 0ther, n0t s r ecifiet *' l ccn * P^ rtund 
3 



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Cheese, 9 cents per pound a. 9.90 f. 

Children, shoes and slippers for, 15 cents per pair a. 16.50 i 

Chocolate, 4 cents per pound a 4.40 f. 

ftinnamon, 25 cents per pound a. 27.50 f. 

Cloves, 25 cents dp. a. 27.50 f. 

Coal, 6 cents per heaped bushel a. G.60 f. 

Cocoa, 2 cents per pound a. 2.20 f. 

Coffee, 5 cents per pound a 5.50 f. 

Copperas, 200 ceHts per hundred weight a. 2-20 f« 

Copper rods, bolts, spikes or nails, 4 cents per pound a.4.40 f 

Cordage tarred, 4 cents per pound a. 4.40 f. 

untarred, 5 cents do a. 5.50 f. 
Corks, 12 cents do a. 1S.20 t\ 
Cotton, 3 cents do a. 3.30 f. 

Cotton bagging, 3 3-4 cents per square yard a. 4.18 f. 
Cranks mil*, of wrought iron, 4 cents per pound a. 4.40 f. 
Crude camphor, 8 cents per pound a. 8.80 f. 
Currants, 3 cents per pound a. 3.30 f. 
Demijohns, 25 cents each, a 2? 50 f. 
Figs, 3 cents per poun;l a. 3 30 f. 
Fish, foreign caught, 100 cents per quintal a. 110 f. 
mackerel, t50 cents per barrel a. IG5 f. 
salmon, 200 cents do a. 220 f» 

• all other pickled, iOO cents do a. 1 10 f. 
Flour, wheat, 50 cents per hundred weight a. 55 f. 
Cinger, 2 cents per pound a. '2.20 f. 
Glass, window, uot above 8 by l0 inches 300 cents per 100 

square feet, a 3 30 f. 

not above 10 by 12 inches, 350 cents do a 385 f # 
above 10 by 12 inches, 400 cents a. 440 f. 
in plates, uncut, 400 cents a. 440 f. 
Glass bottles, black, not exceeding the capacity of one quart» 

200 cents per gross, 2*0 f . 
Glass bntties exceeding one quart and not more than two; 

quarts, 250 cents per gross a. 275 f 

over two quarts and not exceeding one gallon, SOOcentsi 

per gross, a. 330 f. 
Glass, cut, all wares of^mt specified, in addition to an ad-j 

valorem duty of 30 percent. 3 cents per pound a. 3.30 f;1 
Glass, o i all other articles of, in addition to an ad valorem] 

duty of twenty p«r cent, two cents per pound a. 2.20 f. 



, a 70 10 



85 

Glauber salts, 2 cents per pound a. 2.20 f. 

Greek, ail books printed in, see books. 

Glue, 5 cents per pound a. 5 SO f, 

Goraee, see teas 

Gunpowder, h cents per pound a. 8.80 f. 

Gunpowder, see teas. 

Hams and other bacon, 3 cents per pound a. 3.30 f. 

Hammers, blacksmiths' 2 1-2 cents per pound a. 2.75 f» 

Hemp, 175 cents per hundred weight a. 192.50 f. 

Hemp, see carpets and carpeting 

Hempbeed oil, 25 cents per gallon a. 27 50 f. 

Hoop iron, 3 cents per pound a. 3 30 f. 

Hyson, see te&3 

Imperial, see teas 

Indigo, 15 cents per pound a 16 £0 f. 

Ingrain carpets and carpeting, 25 cents per square yard a. 

27.50 f. 
Jron, in bars or in bolts not manufactured in whele, or in 

part, by rolling:, 90 cents per 112 lbs. a. 99f. 
ton in bars or bolts, when manufactured by roiling, 15^ 

cents per hundred weight a 105 f. 
ron, round, or braziers' rods, of 3-1 G to 8-16 of an inch 

diameter, inclusive, 3 cents per pound a. 3.30 f. 
ron in sheets, 3 cents do a 3 30 f. 
ron, hoop. 3 cents do a. 3 £0 f. 
ron, slit, or rolled, for band iron, scroll iron, or casement 

rods, 3 cents per pound a. 3. 30 f. 
ron spikes, 4 cents do a. 4 40 f. 
ron or steel wire, not exceeding number eighteen, 5 ceil s 

per pound -a. 5,50 f. 
ion or steel wire, over number eighteen, 9 cents per 

pound a. 990 f. 
ron Cables or chains, or parts thereof, 3 cents per nound 

a.SSOf l ' 

rons, mill, of wrought iron, 4 cents per pound a, 4.40 f 
ron, in nail or spike rods, slit, 3 cents do a. 3.30 f 
ron, cast, vessels of, not otherw tee specified, 1 1-2 cent do 

a. 1.65 f 
iron, castings of, all ether not specified, 1 cent per pound 
a. 1 13 f. k l 



T.ard, 3 cenf s per pound a. 3. 30 f. 

Lead, in pigs, bars or sheets, 2 cents per pound a. 2 20 f. 

Leaden shot, 3" I 2 cents per pound a. 3.85 f. 

Lead, red or white, dry or ground in oil, 4 cents per pount 

a. 4.10 f. 
Mace, ]00 cents per pound a. 119 f. 
Mackerel, 150 cents p«r barrel a. 165 f. 
Manufactured tobacco, other than snuff and segars, 10 cent: 

per pound a. !l f. 
TV] ill cranks of wrought iron, 4 cents per pound a. 4.40 f, 
M 11 ii ons, do 4 cents per pound a. 4.40 f. 

Mill saws, 100 cents each, a 1.10 f. 
Mofas'ies, 5 cents per gallon a. 5.50 f. 
Muscatel rasins, 4 cents per pound a, 4.40 f 
Muskets, 1.50 per stand a 1. 65 f. 
JN 7 ails, copper, 4 cents per pound a. 4,40 f. 
Kails iron, cut or wroug'.t, 5 cents per pound a. 5.50 f, 
Nail or spike rods, iron in, slit, 3 cents per pound a. 3.30 f. 
Nutmegs, 60 ceots per pound a 66 f. 
O^ts, 10 cents per bushel a ill. 
Ochre, dry, 1 cent per pound a. I 10 f. 

in oil, I I r 2 cents pet pound a. 1.65 f. 
Oil, olive, in easks 25 cents per gallon a. 27.50 f. - 
Oil, castor, 40 cents per gallon a 44 f. 
Oil linseed, rape seed, and hemp aeed, 25 cents per gallon, 
a 2750 f. 
)»1 of vittiol, 3 cents per pound a. 3.30 f. 
Oil, fpemu-cett, of foreign fibbing, l 25 cents per gallon a! 
27.50 f. 

Ml, wha'e. or oilier fish oil, c( foreign fishing, 15 cents per 
gallon, a, 16.50 f. 

ck thread, untarred, 5 cents per pound a 5.50 f. 
sper, folio and quarto post, of al! kinds, '20 cents per pound! 
a 22 f, v 
foolscap and all drawing and writing, 17 cents perl 

pound a. 18.70 f 
printing copper plate, and stainets', 10 cents perl 

pound a. i 1 f. 
sheathing: binder*' and box boards, and wrapping on 

ali kinds, 3 cents per pound a. 3.30 r. 
all other, 15 cents- per pound a. 16,50 f. 



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Faii3 White, 1 cent pe<« pound a. 1. 10 (• 

Pepper, 8 cents per pound a. 8. 8<) f. 

Pepper, Cayenne, 15 cents per pound a. 16.50 f. 

Pimento, C cents per pound a. 6.60 f. 

Playing cards 33 cents per pack a. 33 f. 

Plates uncut, window glass in, 400 cents per 100 square 

feet, a. 4.40 f. 
Plums, 4 cents per pound a. 4 40 f. 
Pork, two cents per pound a. 2.20 f. 
Porter, in bottles, 20 cents per gallon a. 22 F. 

otherwise than h\ bottles, 15 cents do a. 1G.50 f 
Potatoes, 10 cents per bushel a 11 f 
Powdered sugar, clayed or white, 4 cents per pound a. 

4.40 t 
Prunes, 4 cents per pound a. 4 40 f. 
Prunelle and other shoes or slippers of stuIFor nankeen, 25 

cents per pair a. 27.50 f 
Raisins, Muscatel, 4 cents per pound a 4 40 f 

in jars and boxes, 4 cents per pound a. 4 40 f. 
all other, 3 cents per pound a. 3 30 f 
Red lead, dry, or ground in oil, 4 cents per pound a. 4 40 f 
Refined saltpetre, 3 cents per pound a. 3 30 f. 

camphor, 12 cents do a. 12 20 i 
Rifles, 250 cents each a. 275 f. 
Rods, spike or nail, iron in, slit, 3 cents per pound a. 3.30 f 

casement, slit, or rolled iron, for, 3 els. do a. 3.30 f 

copper, 4 cts do a. 4 40 f 

braziers' or round iron, of three-sixteenths to eight* 

sixteenths of an inch diaiiiciler, inclusive, 3 ccnu do 

a. 3 30 f 
Roman or blue vitriol, 3 cents do a. 3 30 f 
Round iron or braziers' rods — see rods. 
Sa'-t, 20 cents per bu.hel of 56 lbs. a. 22 f 
SaUs glauber, 2 cents per pound a. 2 20 f 

Epsom, 4 cents per pound a 4 40 f 
Saltpetre, refined, 3cent3 do a. 3 30 f 
Salmon, 150 cents per barrel a. 1 65 t" 
Saws, mill, 100 cents each a. 1 10 f 
Seines, un tarred, 5 cents per pound a. 5.50 f. 
Segars, 250 cents per thousand a. 275 f. 
Sheets, lead id 3 2 cents per pound a. 2.20 & 



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iron in, 3 cents do a. 3.30 f 
Shoes of silk, 30 cents per pair a. 33 f 

of leather, 25 cents per pat? a. 27.50 f 

for children, 15 cents per pair a. 16.50 f 
Shoes or slipper?, other, besides prunelie, of stuff or nan- 
keen, 25 cents per pair a. 27.50 t 
Shot, leaden, 3 1.2 cents per pound a. 3.85 f 
Sledges, blacksmiths* k 1-2 cents per pound a. 2.75 f 
Slippers of silk, 30 cents per pair a. S3 f 

cfleather, 25 cents per pair a 27.50 f 
for children, 15 cents do a 16.50 f 
other besides prunelie, of stuff or nankeen, 25cts, 
per pair a. 27.50 f 
Snuff, 12 cents per pound a 13.20 f 
Soap, 4 cents per pound a- 4 40 f 
Spike rods, iron is, slit, 3 cents per pound a. 3.30 f 
Spikes, copper, 4 cents per pound a. 4 40 f 
Spirits from grain— 

1 st proof, 42 cents per gallon a. 46.20 f 

2d proof, 45 cents do a 49.50 f 

3d proof, 48 cents c o a 52.40 f 

4f.h proof, 52 cents do a 57.20 f 

5th proof, 60 cents do a 56 f 

Above 5th proof, 75 cents do a 82.50 i 
Spirits from other materials than grain — 

1st proof, 38 cents per gallon a. 4l.40 f 

2d proof, 38 cents do a. 41.40 f 

3d proof, 42 cents do a. 40.20 f 

4th proof, 48 cents do a. 52 40 f. 

5th proof, 57 cents do a. 62.70 f 
Above 5th proof, 7 cents do a. 77 f 
Sprigs, not exceeding sixteen ounces to the thousand, 5 

cents per thousand a. 5.50 f 
exceeding sixteen oumces to the thousand, 5 cents per 

pound, a. 5.50 f 
Steel, 100 cents per hundred weight, a. 110 f 
Sieel wire, not exceeding number 18, 5 cents per pound a, 

5 50 f. 
over number 18. ; 9 cents per pound a. 9.90 f 
SugaK brown, 3 cents per pound a. 3.30 f 

white clayed or powdered, 4 cents do a. 4.40 f 

lump, 10 cents do 3,iit' 



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loaf, 1*2 cents do a. 13,20f 
candy, \2 cents do a. 13 20 f 
Tacks, not exceeding six een ounces to the thousand, 6 els. 
per thousand a 5 50 f 
exceeding sixteen ounces to tfre thousand, 5 cenU pet? 
pound a. 5 50 f 
Tallow, 1 cent per pound a. 1.10 f 
Tarred cables, 4 cents per pound a. 4.40 f 

- cordage, 4 cents per pound a. 4.40 f 
Teas from China— 

Bohea, 12 cents per pound, a. 14 f 
Souchong and other black, 25 cents do a. 34 f 
Imperial, gunpowder andgomee, 50 cents do a. 63 f 
My son and young hyson, 40 cents do a. 56 f 
Hyson skin and other green, '28 do a. 38 f 
Teas from any other place than China — 
Bohea, 14 cents do a. 15,40 f 
Souchong and other black, 34 cents do a. 37.40 f 
Imperial, gunpowder and goniee, 68 cents do a. 74.80 f 
Hyson and young hyson, 56 cents do a. 61. 6u f 
1-Iyson skin and oi.her green, 3S cents do a 41.80 f 
Tobacco manufactured, other than snuff and segars, 10 cents 

per pound a. 11 f 
Turkey carpets and carpeting, 50 cents per square yard a. 

55 f 
Twine untarred, 5 cents per pound a. 5.50 f 
Untarred cordage, yarns, twine, pack thread and seines, 5 

cents do a. 5.50 f 
Venetian carpets and carpeting, 25 cents per squars vard, 

a. 27.50 f 
Vessels of cast iron, not otherwise specified, 1 J-2 cer.i pe;.' 

pound a. 1-65 f 
Vials, apothecaries' of the capacity of four ounces and less, 
l00 cents per gro ss a. 110 f 

above four ounces, aad not exceeding eight ounces 
125 cents per ^roce a. 1 37. 50 t 
Vinegar, 8 cents per gallon a. 8.80 f 
Vitriol, oil of, 3 cents per pound a. 3.30 f 
Vitriol, blue or Roman, 4 cents per pound a. 4.40 f 
Wheat flour, 50 cents per hundred weight a. 55 fc* 
Wheat, 25 cents per bushel a. 27,50 1 



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Wil( < , n n 4 r ; etS am) r r and a - , ' 10 f 

wt:- M ::;; ;"" b ' m ""'- -— «. 

burgundy # 

Stah'S, j ,0 ° C -^e rga]2ana . 1J0f 

r , . Teneriffe, i , ' ~ 

1 aval and other winp«! n f ( ^n 
the Western S," J 40 ««»«• Per gallon a.4if 
all other, when importer! n.i 

TABLE Iir. 

Anatomical prepa^nf '" ^ 0/ *"*• 
■Animals imported for breed 
MU.monv, regulus of 

or literary purposes, or for the en /m for P hi 'osoi,|,j ca i 
frt,,or by order and Jr ' "'f° e '"»f".e 
learning, school or college ° f an ^ seminary of 

-PPare., .earing, and o\her personaI . ' 

&«*: i i. . a fi5«sej in actual 

Articles, all, imported for the use of t h. rr • 
Kf I,ersonai ' in MtMluw the Un,te <» States 

'iooL° f ,^fn rk - tl ' ee ' unmanuf "tured 
old.fitonlyto.ere.w.fac^,, 



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rafciletto 

Irimstone or sulphur 

(Bullion 

t)urr stones, unwrought 

3ustSj specially imported, &c. 

Cabinets of coins, specially imported, &c. 

2asts, specially imported, Sec. 

Charts, do. do. 

21ay, unwrought 

yoins, cabinets of, specially imported, &c. 

JJoin, gold or silver 

Copper, imported in any shape for the uso of the mint 

in pigs, bars, or plates suited to the sheathing of ships 
3ye woods 

drawings, specially imported, &c 
Engravings, specially imported, &c. 
itching or engraving, do. 

(, elt, patent adhesive (until the 30th of June, 1826.) 
?ursof all kinds, undressed 

£a tic 

jems, specially imported, &e. 
lides, raw 

implements of trade of persons arriving in the U. Si 
nstruraents, philosophical, specially imported, c*e> 
nventions, models of 
ijapis calaminaris 
Maps, specially imported, &c. 
Medals, do. do. 
Mineralogy, specimens iu 
Models of inventions 
machinery 
Modelling, specially imported, &cc. 
Statural history, specimens in 
D.d brass, fit only to be remanufactured. 

copper, do. do. 

Painting, specially imported, &c. 
Patent adhesive felt, (until the 30th of June, 1S26-) 
Pei sons arriving in the United States, their tool* and m 

plements of trade. 
Plaister of JVU. 
Plants. 



Plates, copper in, suited for the sheathing of ships. 

Rags, of any kind of clnih. 

sculpture, specimens of, specialty imported, Sic. 

Specimens of botany. 

Spelter. 

Statues, specially imported, &c. 

Statuary, do. do. 

Teotenague. 

T;n, pigs ur bars in 

Trees. 

United States, a!! articles imported for the use of 

Unmanufactured bark of the cork tsee. 

wood of any kind. 
Unwrought burr stone, ciay 
Wood, unmanufactured, of any kisd. 
Zinc. * 



EXPLANATORY REMARKS. 

It will be perceived, that, to the rates of duty imposed 
on goods, wares, and merchandise, imported in vessels of the 
United States, and in foreign vessels, placed on an equality 
with vessels of the United States, by treaty stipulations, 
or special acta of Congress, an addition of tea per cent, has 
been made in the case of impoi tations in other foreign ves- 
sels, except to the rates on teas from China, the law in that 
instance making a specific and a greater discrimination than 
10 per cent. 

By " other foreign vessels," are not to be understood 
French vessels, when importing articles of the growth, 
produce or manufacture of France, the duties on which 
are to be regulated by the treaty with that country, signed 
the 24th of June, 1822; according to which, such articles, 
thus imported, are at present liable to an additional duty, 
not exceeding ^575-100 per ton of merchandize, over and. 
above the rates paid oh similar articles, when imported in 
vessels of the United States. But importations in French 
vessel?, ot articles, not the growth, produce, or manufac- 
ture of France, are liable to the usual discriminating duty 
of ten per cent, between Importations in foreign aid Im- 
portations in American vessels. 



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REGULATIONS RESPECTING DRAWBACKS. 

In every case the duties must amount to $50 cr more' 
\nd in every case of entry of merchandize for 'irawbaek' 
mil the same regularly shipped under the inspection of an 
officer, and guaged, weighed or measured, as the case may 
require, fcOdays from the clearance of the vessel is allowed 
bylaw for signing bonds, to produce certificates of land- 
ing out of the United States. Merchandize, to be entitled 
to benefit of drawback, must be shipped within twelve cal- 
endar months from the date of importation. 

Merchandize for drawback, cannot he imported to the 
dominions of any foreign state, immediately adjoining the 
United States. 

All goods must be exported in the original package, 
without any change whatever, except liquor in casks, coffee 
in casks or other packages, and cocoa in casks or other 
packages, which may be filled up from other packages, of 
the same importation : or be put into new packages corres- 
ponding therewith, and marked and numbered as the ori- 
ginal one; and in case the original package shall, in the 
opinion of the officer appointed to examine the same, be so 
injured, as to be rendered unfit for exportation, and in no 
other case ; and all this must be done under the inspection 
of a proper officer, appointed by the collector, and naval 
officer, &cc 

Drawback not allowed on goods imported in vessels f.'om 
the dominions of a power to which the vesselsof the Uni- 
ted States are not permitted to trade. 

Nor of duties for the amount of the additional duty on 
merchandize imported in vessels of the United States. 

Drawback not allowed on foreign dried and pickled fish, 
and salted provisions Nor offish, oil, or playing cards. 
I Allowance of drawback— on spirits, 2 cents per gallon, 
and 3 per cent on the amount of duty. On other merchan- 
dize, 2 1-2 per cent. 

Drawback en domestic distilled spirits, not below fi*'st 
proof. 

From molasses, -..--•- 10 cents per gaM* 

other materials, - - - - 6 cents do. 

Provided, the quantity exported shall be 150 gallons, 
and to vessels not less than thirty tons burthen. 



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Sect. Ath of Jict passed 20th April, 1818, And be ?t 
further enacted that no drawback shall be allowed of the 
duties paid on any wines or spirits which shall be imported 
into the United States after the first day of June, 1818, un- 
less such wines or spirits shall have been deposited in pub- 
lic or other slot es, under the provisions of the act, and 
there kep% from their landing to their shipment. 

TARE AND DRAFTS AND ALLOWANCES. 

On importation, the tare on every whole chest of lbs. 

bohea tea, •-.---- 70 

half chest, - 36 

quarter chest, - 20 

Bvery chest of green tea if the gross weight be 

70 lbs. or upwards, 20 

On every box of other tea not less than 50 lbs. 

or more than 70 lbs. gross, * - - 18 

SO lbs. gross, - 20 

And from SO lbs. gross and upwards, 22 

All other boxes of tea according to invoice or actual 
weight. 

On coffee in bags 2 per cent. ; in bales 3 per cent. ; in 
casks 12 per cent. \ on sugar other than loaf in casks 12 
per cent. 5 in boxes 5 per cent ; in bags or mats 5 per cent. ; 
On cocoa in casks 10 percent. ; in bags 1 per cent ; on 
cheese in hampers or baskets 10 per cent. ; in boxes 20 
per cent. ; on candles in boxes 8 per cent. ; on chocolate 
in boxes 10 per cent ; on cotton in bales 2 per cent.; in 
seroons C per cent. ; indigo in barrels 12 percent. ; in 
other casks 15 per cent, j in seroons 10 per cent. ; in bags 
or mats 3 per cent. ; onjnails in casks 8 per cent. ; on pep- 
per in casks 12 per cent. ; in bales 5 per cent ; in bags 2 per 
cent. ; sugar candy in boxes, 10 per cent.; soap in boxes, 10 
per cent. ; shot in casks 3 per cent ; twine in casks 12 per 1 
cent ; in bales 3 per cent. All other goods according to 
invoice or actual weight 

N. 13. — Notwithstanding the above tares are designated 
by law, it is lawful at the time of making an entry, for the 
importer, collector and neval officer, where there is one, 
if they see fit to estimate the tare according to the invoice , 
but if not determined at the time of making entry then 
tfce a^bove tares, shall be Ufcen$ 



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In addition to the (ares, the following drafts shall be 
ma''e, viz : 

On any quantity of I cwt. I lb.; on any qmntity above 
1 cwt. and not exceeding 2 cwt 2 lbs.; on any quantity 
above 2 and not exceeding 3 cwt. 5 lbs ; on any quantity 
above 6, and not exceeding 10 cwt. 4 )bs ; on any quantity 
above 10 cwt. and not exceeding 18 cwt 7 lbs ; on any 
quantity above 18 cwt. 9 lbs. An allowance of 2 per cent, 
from the guage, for leakage, and 10 per cent, on all beer, 
a!e, and porter, in boites, and 5 per cent, on all other li- 
quor, in bottles, to be deducted from the invoice quantity 
in lieu of breakage — or it shall be lnvfulto compute the 
duties on the actual quantity, to be ascertained by sale, at 
the option of the importer, to be made at the time of en« 
try. 

N. B. In calculation of the ad valorem duties, to the cost 
at the place whence imported, if from the Cape of Good 
Jlope or beyond it, 20 per cent, is added thereto, and in 
like manner 10 per cent, from all other places, include 
ing all charges, except insurance. 

TERMS OF CREDIT ON DUTIES. 
When on a single importation, the duties amount to g50 
or upwards, they are payable as follows :— 

On Merchandize from Europe, (other than salt and 
wines) l-3d in 8, l-Sd in 10, and the remaining 1-3 in 12 
months. 

On £>alt f.om any part of the world, 9 months 

Qn Wine, - - • - • . 12 months. 

On Merchandize, the produce of foreign places or 
islands; situated on the eastern shores of America, north of 
the equator, or its adjacent seas, bays, and gulphs, (salt 
excepted,) 1-2 in f», and the remaining half in 9 months. 

On Merchandize, other than wine, 6alt, and tea, im- 
ported from any other pbce than Europe and the West- 
Indies, 1.3 in 8, 1-3 in 10, and the remaining 1,3 in 18 
months. 

By an Act passed 2d of March 1823— Collectors are 
empowered to direct goods to be appraised whenever there 
are just grounds to suspect that they are invoiced below 



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(heir true value ; an<3 if their appraised value shall exceed | 
1:5 per cent, the invoice prices, then to the ad valorem du- 
ty shall be added a further duty of 50 percent, on the ap- 
praised value, on which aggregate amount the duties shall 
he estimated. 

And where appraised value does not exceed 25 per cent, 
the invoice value, appraised value shall be considered the 
true value ; but in no case shall the value be estimated on 
an amount less than the invoice value. 

Collectors shall cause one package out of every invoice 
to be opened and examined, and if the same does not agree 
with invoice, a full inspection of the goods shall be made 
Mid appraised, subject to the penalties before mentioned. 
If a package contains any article not invoiced, the whole 
to be forfeited. 

Secretary of Treasury is authorized to remit penalties 
:n the absence of fraud. 



COLLECTORS 

Of Customs in Connecticut. 
New- London- Richard Law, 
J^'eW'tiiiven—' Abraham v'ishop. 
Middle to~vn— Alexand er Wolcott. 
Fan field- Waller Bradley, 



Newport" 
Providence 



In Rhode-Island- 

'Christopher iillery. Mristo — 
-Thomas Coles. 



SURVEYORS 
Of Customs in (ounce tic id. 

New-London Oliver CbampLin — Stunington, Samuel 
F. Denison.— New Haven, Wnu Munson.— Middletown, 
Timothy Savage. — Hartford, John Hempsttd.— Saybrook, 
WiUianvWiliard. 



GOVERNMENT OF 

CONHEOTIOUT. 

Executive and Legislative Departments-. 

HIS EXCELLENCY 

OLIVER WOLCOTT, Esq. 

GOVE UN Oil. 

Salary, $1100, 
JABEZ W. HUNTINGTON, Esq. Executive Secretary. 
HIS HONOR 

DAVID PLANT, Esq, 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. 

Salary, $ 300. 



SENATORS. 

Hon. Eb'r. Stoddard, 
Nathan Johnson. 
Samuel Church. 
Noyes Darling. 



Hon. David Hill. 

Austin Olcott. 

LfTHER LOOMIS. 

Ebenezer Young, 

Robert Fairchild, 

John Welch. Alex'r. Stewart, jr. 

Samuel H. Huntington, Esq. Clerk of the Senate 
Isaac Spencer, Esq. Treasurer. 
Thomas Day, Esq. Secretary* 

James Thomas, Esq. Compt* of Public Accounts. 

Seth P. Beers, Esq. Commissioner of the 
School Fund. 



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ROLL OF THE 
May—1825. 



& A. FOOT, Speaker. 
Martin Wells, and Cyrus IJ. Beardslee, Clerks. 

Hartford, T. S. WiTams, Henry Kilbourn. 

Jier tin* Bei jamin Alien, Lvrnan Wilcox. 

Mristol, Leicester (Harrington. 

Hurling ton. Gad FrisbSe. 

Canton, Ezra Adams, jr. 

Kan t- Hartford, Sokmon Olmsted, S.Webster. 

East- Windsor, \sher Allen, Augustus Mills. 

Enfield, Lorrain T. Pease, E. P Prudden. 

Farmington, Timothy Pitkin, George Cowies. 

Glastenbury. Thomas Hollister, Solomon Cole, 

Grundy, hlznr Benjamin, James O. Pond. 

Hart land, Wihis Wright, Asa Bushnell. 

Manchester. William Cooley. 

•Marlborough, Mos< ley Ta'eott. 

Simsbury. James Cornish, Zelotes Phelps, 

Southmgton,Si\v. Norton, Francis W. Wilcox. 

Suffield, Samuel N orris, Thaddeus Lyman. 

Wethersfeld, Martin Wells, Martin Kellogg, jr. 

Windsor James Loom is, Richard Ndes. 

N. Ha vent, Ralph 1. Ingersoll, David Kimberly. 

Hranf or d 9 James B aekstone, Benjamin Page. 

Cheshire, Samuel A. Foot, Silas Hitchcock. 

Derby > John L Tf-miinson. 

East-Haven, E!eazer Hemingway. 

Guilford, Nat, Rnffing, Samuel Robinson, jr.. 

Hamden, Ambrose Tattle. 

Meriden, WdliamYale. 

JWiddlebury, Phil > Bronson. 

JMilfard, Jonathan '_ latk, Abijah Carrington, 

North^btaven, Nathaniel Doolittle, 

Orange, Alphtas Clark. 

Oxford, bhetdoa Clark, 



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Southbury, Benjamin B. Osborn. 

) Killing/ or d, John D. Reynolds, Geo. Kirtland. 

Water bury, Israel Coe, Andrew Adams. 

IVolcott, l)avid Frisbie. 

IVoodbridge, John Dibble, Daniel Tol'ei. 

New-London, Isaac Thompson, Davi.l Frink. 

J^orivich, Roger Huntington, Newcomb Kinney. 

Mozrah, James Lamb, 

Colchester, S. Kellogg, 2d. Elizur Goodrich, jr. 

Franklin, Burrill Woodworth, 

Griswo'dt Samuel C Morgan. 

Groton, Erastus T. Smith, Rnfus Chapman. 

Jsehanon, John Robinson, Oliver Kingsley. 

Lisbon, Samuel Peck ham. 

Lyme, Oliver Coates, Henry M. YTaitc. 

JVlontville, Sherwood Raymond. 

A*. Stonington. Sands Cole, Stanton Hewitt. 

Frcston, Allen Chapman, James Cook. 

Salem, John Billings. 

Stonington, Jesse D. Noyes, Wm. Randall. 

Waterford, Thomas S. Perkins. 

Fairfield, II. M. Sherman, Thos F. Rowland 

Bridgeport, William Deforest. 

JBroofcfield, William Meeker. 

J t anbury Zadock Stevens, Samuel Taylor, 2d. 

Darien, Abraham Clock. 

Greenwich, Stephen Warren, Conklin Husted. 

Huntington, Christopher N. Shelton. 

JMtmroe tCyvus H. lieardslee. 

mjpv Canaan, Samuel Raymond, 

New Fairfield, Elias Stevens. 

New town > Benjamin Hurd, Jona. S. Fairchild. 

Norwalfe, Benjanain Isaacs, Thomas Reed. 

Redding, Benjamin Meeker, Wrn. Sanford, 

Jiidgefield, John F. King, Wrn. Crocker. 

Sherman, Eli Beardsley. 

Stamford, Theodore Darenport, I. Lockwood. 

Stratford, Silas Burton 

Trumbull, Nehemiah R. Edwards. 

Weston, Stephen Wheeler, O. C. Sanfoid. 

Wilton Hawley Olmsted. 



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Brooklyn, Bela P. Spalding. 

Jtehford. John Warren, David Brewster. 

Canterbury , Andrew T. Judson, James Carfc 

Chaplm, beplimius Burnhanjo 

Columbia, Elam Loom is. 

Jfampton, Daniel Searles. 

MiUmgly, Arba Covili, Ebenezer Kelley. 

Manrfiehu Daniel Burnham, Edm'd Freeman. 

Plain field, Sessions Lester, Wra, Kinney. 

J y onijrel, Nathan Dresser, Samuel Dresser. 

titer ling, John Thurston. 

'JViompson, Stephen Holmes, Joaa. Nichols. 

Voluntoiim, Jonathan Stanton. 

Windham, Alfred Young, Jonah Lincoln. 

Woodstock, Lorin Brown, Christopher Arnold. 

Litchfield. David Marsh, Morris Woodruff. 

Jjarkhamsied, Jesse Ives, Elijah Jones. 

Jieihlcm, Sheldon C. Leavitt. 

Canaan, Asa S. Brewster, S F. Adams. 

Colebrook, Nathan Bass, Arah Phelps. 

Corn-wall Peter Bierce, B. Sedgwick. 

Goshen, Truman Starr, Isaac Wadhams. 

Jiarxvinton, Uriah Hopkins, John S. Preston. 

Kent, John K bwift. 

JVew- Han [ford, Asa Goodwin, Isaac Kellogg, 

JVeiv-JUilfoni, Reuben Warner, 

jVorJolk/A. Pettibone, Jos. Battell. 

Plymouth, Elijah Warner Jr. 

Jloxbury, Royal U. Hitman, 

Salisbury , Seneca Peitee. Newman Holly, 

6'Aaro?z, Ansel Sterling, Cyrus Swan. 

Torrington, R. C Abernethy, 1. H. Dibble. 

Warren, (George Starr. 

Wathingtom no CHOiCK. 

Watertonvn, John Buckingham, 

Winchester, Muthew Adams, Jona. Coe Jr. 

JFoodbury, John Strong, Jr. Jeremiah Peck. 

IU ! ddlktown, Dan'l Hand, Minor HotchkisSo 

Chatham, Philip Sage, Ralph Smith. 

Durham, John Swathel, fcliphas Netilctorh 

EJluddam, Wm tlungei ford; Aaron C.P«Lner, 



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Baddam, Simon Sha!er,Eli Werner. 

Ki (ling-worth, John Stanton, Jed. Harris, 

Saybrook, Eben, Cone, Joseph Plaits. 

Tolland, Jeremiah Parrish, Geo. M. Hyde. 

Jhlion, AJanton Hammond. 

Coventry, Cephas Brigham, Zclotes Long 

Ellington, \sa VVilley.. 

JJebron, John S. Peters, Leonard Hendee. 

Somers t Wm. Collins, Ebeneler Clark. 

Stafford , U illiam Rice, Garner Cady. 

Union, Wm. Foster, I ngoldsby VV. Craw ford, 

Vernon, Oliver H. King. 

Willing ton, Hiram Rider, Oliver Holt. 

Judicial and Civil Departments. 

Judges of the Superior Court, 

Hon. Stephen T. Ho^mer, Chief Judge. 

Hon. John T. Peiers, | Hon. Jeremiah G. Brainan*. 

Vacant. | William Bristol. 

Thomas Day, Esq Reporter ot Judicial Decisions. 

ALLOTMENT OF JUDGES, 

From June, 1825, to June, 1826. 

SUMMER SESSIONS. 
Chief Justice Hosmer, tor N Haven and Tolland Counties. 
Judge Peters, Litchfield County. 
Judge Chapman, (deceased) Hartford Countv. 
Judge Brainard, Fairfield and Middlesex Counties. 
Judge Bristol, New London and Wm&laiti Counties. 

WINTER SESSIONS. 
Chief Justice Hosmei, Litchfield County 
Judge Peteis, New London and Windham Co un tie« 
Judge Chapman, (deceased) Fairfield County 
Judge Braiaard, Hartford and Tolland Counties. 
Judge Bristol, New Haven and Middlesex Couuties. 



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COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Thomas Day, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Associate Judges, John M. Niles, Martin Wells, Esquires. 

Thomas Chester, Esq. Clerk and Treasurer, and 

Clerk of the Superior Court. 



Justices of the Peace, 

Hartford. John T. Peters, Elisha Colt. John Caldwell, 
John Kuss, Thomas Day, Joseph Trumbull, Hezekiah 
Huntington, Isaac Spencer, Luther Savage, Henry Sey- 
mour, Nathan Johnson, John M. Niles, Charles Sigourney, 
Isaac Tousey, Cyprian Nichols, Gaius Lyman, Henry Mix. 
Jeremiah Brown, Seth Terry, Jeremy Hoadley, esqrs. 

Berlin. Dauiel Dunbar, Andrew Pratt, Luther Beckley, 
Samuel Hart, Thomas Lee, Benjamin Allen, John Dun- 
ham, c 2{) t Ira E. Smith, efqrs. 

Bristol. Joel Truesdale. Jared W. Pardee, Charles G. 
Ives, Constant L. Tutlle, esqrs. 

Burlington. Simeon Hart, Elias Wooden, William 
Marks, esqrs. 

Canton. Jarne3 Humphrey, Benjamin Weed, jr. Decius 
Humphrey, Luther Higley, esqrs. 

mast- Hartford. Lemuel White/ Levi Goodwin, Samuel 
Pitkin, O Williams, Joseph Treat, Daniel Easton, esqrs 

East- Windsor. Timothy Etlswopth, Jonathan Harriett* 
F/li B. Haskell, Godfrey Scarborough, Asher Allen, Daniel 
Ha) den, Horace Barber, Elliot Grant, Augustus Mills, 
John Watson, esqrs. 

Enfield. Henry Terry, Elam O. Potter, Lorrain T. 
Pease, JabeT. Collins, David Gates, Geer Terry, Juhn C. 
Pense, esqrs. 

Farmington. John Mix, Timothy Pitkin, Horace Cowles, 
Lemuel Whitman, Noadiah Woodruff, Amasa Woodford, 
G<orge Cowles- esqrs. 

t Glastenbury, Zephaniah H. Smith, Pardon Brown, Da* 
vid E. Hubbard, Jeremiah Stocking, George Merrick, SoL 
omon Cole, Jonathan Wells, esqrs. 



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Oranby. Joab Griffin, jr. Joel Holcomb, James Dibble, 
Daniel Benjamin. Horace Clark, James Forward, Daniel B, 
Holcomb, John Willey, Hiram R. Pettibone, esquires. 

Hartland. Nathaniel Bosworth, Jured Newell, Ezra 
Doolittie, Eli Wilder, Wyilys Wright, Augustus Hum- 
phrey, esquires^ 

Manchester* George Cheney, Ephraim Wyilys, Wm. 
Cooley, esquires. 

Marlborough. Joel Foote, Eli6ha Buel, Samuel F. Jones, 
Oliver Phelps, esquires. 

Simsbury. William Mather, Elisha Phelps, Asaph Tul- 
ler, James Goodwin, John O. Pettibone, Alexander Hol- 
comb, Calvin Barber, James Cornish, Frederick W. 
Jewett, esquires. 

SoiUhington. Roger Whittlesey, Theodore Byington, 
Borneo Lowry, Joseph Clark, Samutl Hitchcock, esquires. 

Suffield. William Gay, Oliver Pease, Martin Sheldonv 
Andrew Denison, Charles Shepherd, Win. C. Gay, esqrs. 

Wethersfitld. Martin Kellogg, jr. Robert Francis, Elijah 
Keach, Jesse Goodrich, Jas L. tfelden, Henry Bulkley, 
Martin Wells, Wnx Robbins, 2d. esquire . 

Windsor. Edward Selden, Luther Fitch, Richard Niles, 
James Loomis, Oliver Thrall, Elisha N. Sill, esquires. 



Practising Attorneys. 
Isaac Tousey, Esq. State Aitorney. 

Hartford. Enoch Perkins, Nathaniel Terry, Hezekiah. 
Huntington, Jonathan W. Edwards, Thomas S. Williams, 
Walter Mitchell, Thomas Huntington, jr. Isaac Perkins, 
Joseph Trumbull, Seth Terry, Nathan Johnson, John M. 
Niles, William W. Ellsworth, Henry L. Ellsworth, Alfred 
Smith, Isaac Tousey, Oliver E. Williams, Samuel H. Hun- 
tington, Thomas C Perkins, Francis Parions, John G. (' 
Brainard, Jonathan Edwards, Samuel H. Parsons, Simeon 
P. Dixon, esquires. 

Berlin. Daniel Dunbar, Ira Smith, esquires, 

East-Windsor. Godfrey Scarborough, William Barnes, 
esquires. 

Enfield. Henry Terry, Lorrain T. Pease., esquires, 



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Farmington. Timothy Pitkin , Lemuel Whitman, Ja» 
red Oris wold, esquires. 

Gl&stetibury. Zephaniah H. Smith, George Merrick, 
esquires. 

Granhy, Silas Higby, Grove Gris\vold s James H.Smith, 
Hiram I?. Pett»bone, esqaires. 

Manchester, Ralph R. Phelps, George W. Griswold, 
esquires. 

Southiugton. Roger Whittlesey, Samuel H. Woodruft> 
Romeo Lowrey, esquires.. 

Sujfield. William Gay, Charles Shepard, William C. 
Gay, esquires. 

IY ethers field. Asher Robbins, esquire. 

Windsor. John Sargeant, Joseph H. Russell, Horace H. 
Si!), Wra, L.Perkins, esquires. 



Noah A. Phelps, esq Hartford, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs. — Horace Wadsworth, Hartford. Hen- 
ry Kingsbury, Knfield. Pomeroy Strong, Farmington » 
David Latham, Granhy. Jeffery O* Phelps, Sirasbury. 
lona.Pomeroy, Suffield. Gurdon Wheeler, Wethersfield* 
Henry Sill, Windsor. Norris Wilcox, Berlin. 
Zadock Hinsdale, Hartford, Jailer* 



COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Bennet Bronson,Esq. Chief Judge." 

Asso. Judges, John Humphreys, jr. Noyes Darling, esqrs; 

Henry Daggeit, esq. Treasurer. 
John Beach, esq. Cleik, and Clerk of the Superior Court. 



Justices of the Peace, 
New Haven. William Bristol, Isaac Mills, Nathan Smith, 
Elisha Munson, iEneas Munson, jr. Isaac Gilbert, Charles 
Bostwick, Obadiah Hotchkiss, John Hunt, 2d. Chauncey 
Bunce, Becj. Granniss, William Mix, Andrew Kidsion, Lent 
IJi&hop, R. I Ingerso'.l, James Karrey, David Kirnberly, 
William W« HouLdmau, Letaan Chatfield. 



Bradford. Benjamin Page, Jacob Fri$bic», J »»hn ",11", 
Orin I)! Squire, Augustus Haldwin, Abram liorers, Henry 
Taintor, Wiiloughby L. Lay, Calvin Frisbit, Chandler 
Barker, enquires. 

Cheshire. Rufus Hitchcock, Bur-rage Beach, Samuel 
Peck, Rufus W. Roys, esquires. 

Derby. Philo Bassett, Sheldon Ourtiss,John Humphreys, 
jr. Russell Hitchcock, Jeremiah French, John L. Tomlin- 
60'^., Liberiy Kimberly, John H. DeForest, esq 8. 

East-Haven Enos H m ngway. De-Grasse Ma'tby, John 
Hemingway, John S. Mitchell, Bela Farnham, esquires. 

Guilford Frederick Lee, Reuben Kliiott, l>av d S, Fow- 
ler, J< hn F. Meigs, Timothy Stone, William Spencer, Geo. 
Griswold, William Todd, George LanUou, Henry &lU*>r, 
Wm. Blatchly, Nathan W, Homon, esqrs. 

Hamden. Amasa Bradley, Eussel Pierpnnt, Hezekiah 
J. Warner, Jared Bassett, Joel Ford, esqrs. 

JMeriien. Noah Pomeroy, Patrick Cla k, Asahel Me". 
riam, Thus Ives, Benajab Andrews, Willi i q Y\dc\ c q -«. 

Middlebary. Nathaniel Richardson, Asahel Ri&uison, 
James D. V\oosier, Willani H. Smith, Erastus $mnh, 
esqrg. 

Mdford. William Durand, Wriifana Strong. Jonathan 
C'a^k, Abijah Carrington, Andrew i'Yencn, esq s. 

.\orth. Haven. Joshua Barnes, Justus 'Bishop, Daniel 
Pierpont, Jacob Bansetr, esqrs. 

Orange. Ichabod A. Woodruff, David Treat, Nat'.; ,n 
Piatt, be. j tmln L. Lambert, Jonas F. Merwifl, esq s. 

Oxford. Abel VV heeler, Levi Candee, Samuel feigf . 
e?qr«s, a 

bouhbury. Burton Cai.field, WiHam Hinnia*, Moses 
V. heeler, John Moseley, John Pierce, jr. Gideon Judson, 
i.D-nezer Johnson, Truman Pierce, psufs. 

WaliinzfQrd, Aaron Hall, Amos Dutton, Caleb Coo?-, 
If a V*e, Malachi Cook, Hunn M orison, J.ihu Barker, Wm. 
Marks, John D. Reynolds, esqrs. 

fVaterbury. John Kingsbury, James Scovdl, Ashley 

pSS ' C fe¥ ,1,0 S7 ^ ewi? ' VVoodwar3 Hotchfciss, Trum*u 
rprter, hltas I'ord, esqrs, 



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Woodbridq-e. Noyes Darling, John Dariing, John Dibble* 
&zra Kimberly, Adonijah French, Arehibald A, Perkins, 
George F. Peck, Daniel Tolies, jr. esqrs. 

Jfolcott. Ambrose Ivee, Archibald Minor, David Fris. 
hie, es'ivs. 



Practising Attorneys. 
Nathan Smith, esq. State Attorney. 

Neiv~Haven. William Hilihouse, David Daggett, Sim- 
eon Baldwin, Nathan Smith, Henry W. Edwards, Ralph I. 
Ingersoll, John Beach, Roger S. Baldwin, Samuel I. Hitch- 
cock, Dennis Kimberly, Roger S. Skinner, Charles A. In. 
^ersoll, William W. Boardman, Ebenezer Seeley,' Charles 
(Jhapman, John M. Sterling, George C. Goddard, Isaac 1!. 
Townsend, esquires. 

Cheshire. Barrage Beach, esq. 

Derby. John L. Tomlinson, esq, 

Guilford. William Todd, esq. 

Jlleriden. Benajaii Andrews, esq. 

JMilford. David B. Ingersoll, esq. 

Southbury. Edward Hinman,esq. 

Walling ford. Rockwell, esq. 

IValerburtf. Cyras Clark, Joel Ilinman, esquires. 

Charles H. Pond, esq. Neiv-Haven, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs* ErastusOsborn, New-Haven. Andrew 
Johnson, Derby. Samuel Yale, Meriden. Horace Candee, 
Oxford. William Hicock, Southbury. Constans Kirtland, 
Wyilingford. Reuben Stone, Guilford. 

David Butler, New-Haven, Jailer. 



COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 



COUNTY COURT. 

John Hyde, Esq. Chief Judge* 

Asso. Judges, Wm. Randall, Samuel B. Mather, esqYs. 

Joseph Williams, esq. Treasurer. 

Chaiies Lalhrop, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the 

fcuperior Court, 



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Justices of the Peace. 

New- London, Jeremiah G. Brainard, Elias Perkins, 
Jacob B. Gurley, Jirah Lham, Ebenezcr Learned, Isaac 
Thompson, Christopher Manwaring, Christopher Gritting. 
Lodowick Fosdick, VVm. P. Cleveland, Jr esquires. 

Norwich, James Lanman, Benjamin Coit Erastus Hun- 
t : ngton, Joseph Williams, lames Stedman, Penjamiii Snow, 
Charles P* Huntington, John Hyde, John W. Fanning, 
Elcazer Rogers, Charles Perkins, Georgp Hill, Roswell 
Morgan, Benjamin Tracy, Eben. Backus, Isaac Story, Asa 
Reath, Lewis Hyde, John H. Townsend, Asa Child, John 
A. Rockwell, esquires. 

Bozrah, Joshua Stark, Gardner Avery, Wm. Whiting, 
Ezra Lathrop, James Lamb, esquires. 

Golchester hamuel A. Peters, Benjamin Trumbull, Dan- 
iel Currier, Zachariah Olmsted- John Bigelow, Ralph 
Isham, Artemas Worthington, Avery Morgan, Amherst 
D Scovell, esquires. 

Franklin, Ira Abel, Darius Frink, Comfort I). Filmore, 
Alvin Abel, Henry Hazen, Simon Loomis, esquires. 

Griswold, Wm. Clift, Welcome A. Browning Alexander 
Stewart, Jr. Elisha Partridge, Nathan Stanton, Thomas 
Stewart; Matthew G. Wilbur. John VV. Panning, esquires. 

Groty\ Ebeneztr ^ery, Jr. Ralph Hurlbut, John O. 
Miner, Amos A. Niles, Roswell Fish Caleb Avery, John 
Brewster, John Spicer, 2d. William Williams, Rodman 
Niles, Palmer Hewitt, Elisha Ayer, Rufus Smith, Philip 
Gray Nathan, Daboll, Joha Hudson, Elisha Haley, esqrs. 

Lebanon. William T. Williams, Peleg Thomas, Jr. 
Asahel Dewey, Daniel Hutchinson, Abel Goodwin, Thomas 
Babcock, Charles Abel, Deniaon Wattles, Jr. John Robin- 
son, esqrs. 

IAsbon. Freeman Tracy, Joseph L. Lyon, Joseph Jewett, 
Na.han Brooks, Samael Beckham, esqrs 

Lyme, Moses Warren, Ebenezer Brockway, C. Smith, 
Samuel B. Mather, Joel Loomis, Peter Comstock, Joseph 
Chad wick, Henry M. Waite, Daniel Anderson, Ezra Pratt, 
Thomas W. Strickland. Joshua R. Warren, Richard E. 
S t -!den, Jr. John S. Rogers, Charles J. M'Curdy, ChriSto*- 
nher Comstock, Wanton A. Weaver, esqrs. 



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Mon'xllle, Asabel Ot's, Nathaniel $radfo:<l, Stephen C, 
Thatcher, Hazard Browning, '- her wood Raymond, Mephen 
Avery, e- qr?. 

Mrth-Stonzrtgton, EPss He writ, Nathan Pendleton, 
Sands Co'e, Ches'er Smith, Ber-j. Pomerny, WiWam Ran* 
dall, Jr. John Lang vorthy, Jr. Perez Hewitt, David Cutts, 
Ich:ibod Brown Latl am 'Jul!, e?qrs. 

Preston, Stephen \?eeeh, Den'snn Palme", Jonathm 
Brewster, James Cook, Robert S. Avery, W lliam Kimball, 
Joseph Harvey, esq's. 

Salem, J seph Morgan, Ebenczer A. Packer, Shubael 
Parks. John H lling«, esqrg. 

Stonington. Enoch Burrows, Win. Randall, Coddington 
Biding^, l^aac Williams, Park Williams, Wm. Robinson, 
Geo. Hubbard, Jos. Noye% Amos Gallup, Ellas Brewn, 
Gurdon Trumbull, Giles R. Hailam, Asa Fish, Alexan- 
der G. Smith, Elisha Faxon, Samuel F. Denison, esqrs. 

JValerford, Benajah Gardner, Griswold Avery, Joshua 
D. Chapel, Edward H. Warren, Thomas S. Perkins, 
Jonathan Comstock; lames Rogers, 2d. esqrs. 



Practising Jlllo mey*. 
Jacob M. pa? lev, e?q S f ate xltfmcy*. 

JSfe*iO -London, Lyman Law, Jaeob B Gurley, William 
P. Cleaveldtid, Jirah Ishare, F.benezer Learned, William 
F. Brainard, William P. Cleveland, jr enquires. 

Norwich. Calvin Gmldard., Jnmes [.snmin Jose; h Wil- 
liams, James Steriman, George Hill, Rosweli Morgan, Her- 
ry Strong, Charles Perkins, Asa Child, John \. Koekwtll, 
George B. Ripley, esquires. 

Colchester. Benjamin Trumbull, Samuel A. Peter??, 
Amherst D. Scovel, e quires. 

Griswold. Samuel C Morgan, Joseph L Coif, esquires, 

Lebanon. Wm. V. William*, Denisow W-^t'es, jr esqr?. 

Lyme. Henry M Wait©, Charles J. M'Curdy, Cha'l s 
Griswold, esquires. 

Preston. Jeremiah Halsey, e~q. 

Stonington. Coddington B tilings, George Hubbard, Vlr 
C^anderG* Smith, Kl as Brown, enquire* 

North" Stonington. Benjamin Pomeroy,esq. 



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Simeon Smith, esq. New- London, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs. Nathan Raymond, New London. -- 
ifurrel Lathrop, Norwich. Newhall Taintor, Colchester. 
F*ephen Haley, Groton. Samuel iVT. Downe-, Preston. 
Zebulon Chesebrou^h, JStonington. Lodowick Bill, Lyme* 
Stephen D. Tilden, Lebanon. 

Champlin Lester, Nevr. London ; Samuel Bailey, Norwich, 
Jailers. 



COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD, 



COUNTY COURT. 

Robert Fairchild, esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso, Judges, Zalmon Wildman, Benjamin Isaacs, esquires. 

Jeremiah Sturges, esq. Treasurer. 



Justices of the Peace. 

Fairfield. David Hill, Sarnue! Rowland, Hull Bradley, 
Eliphalct Swift, Amos Burr, Gideon Tomlinson, John Half, 
Jeremiah Slurges, Seymour Taylor, John Staples, Thomas 
B. O^born, esqrs. 

Danbury. Samuel H. Phillips, Nathan Seetey, Zalmoti 
Wildman, David Foot, Reuben Booth, Russei Hoyt, John 
5. Blackman, Oliver Shepard, Benjamin Hoyt, jr. Zadock 
Stevens, esqrs. 

Bridgeport. Isaac Sherman, David Nichols, jr. Philp A. 
Cannon, Charles Winton, Noah Plumb, Ethan Sherwood, 
Benjamin Brooks, Gail F. Wheeler, esqrs. 

Brookfield. Daniel Tominson, E. ttu^ghs, Stephen Greg- 
ory, Zera S. A. Peck, Wait S. Nor hrop, 8. Smith, esq*. 

Danen. Thaddeus Bell, John Weed, j. Jonathan Bales, 
Abraham Clock, esqrs. 

Greenwich. Joshua Ferris, Wm. Knapp, A. Reynolds, 
Samuel Close, Gilbert Close, esqrs. 

Huntington. David B. Newton, Joseph Shelton, Heze- 
kiah Marks, Donald Judson, Nathan G. Birdseye, esqrs. 

Monroe. C. H. Beardslee, S. Wheeler, A. French, T. 
I. Mills, L. hd wards, I, A tfeardsiee, Agurucwis, David 
B, Hubbard, esqrs. 



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Jileiv Canaan. Nathsn Seely, Ssmuel Raymond, Elipha- 
let St. John, Edward Nash, John Leeds, esqrs. 
New Fairfield. Jabez Treadwell, David Lane, David Barn- 
ham, esqr-» 

JVewtowJi. Lamson Burch, Benjamin Burd, Adoniram 
Fairchild, Samuel C Black man, Zachariah Clark, jr. Ja- 
cob Beers, Smith Booth, Charles Chapman, Daniel Black- 
man, David H. Belden, esqrs. 

Norwdlk. Hen.y Belden, VV.M Betts, Benjamin Isaacs, 
Barnabas Marvin, Seth Taylor, esqrs. 

Redding William Sanford, Jonathan Meeker, Gershom 
Sherwood, Aaron Sanford, jr. Joel Foster, John M Herron, 
esqrs 

Ridgefleld. Samuel Stebbins, Jesse S. Bradley, Brad- 
ley Hull, Lot Forrester, Harvey Smith, Elias Birchard, 
esqrs. 

Stamford. James Stevens, John Auger, -Simeon P. Mi- 
ner, Charles Hawley, Daniel Lockwood, Theodore Daven- 
port, Smith Sibley, etqrs. 

Stratford. Robert Fairchild, Jabez H. Tcmlinson Dan. 
iel Judson, David Brooks, Elijah Booth, Silas Burton, 
Josiah Gorham, esqrs. 

Sherman. David Northrop, Jedediah Graves, William 
Gidd'mgs, James A. Giddings, Eli Beardsley, esqrs. 

Trumbull. Elijah Middlebrooks, Efihu Beach, David 
Hawley, James Beardslee, Samuel Beardsiee, Daniel VVak- 
lee, esqrs. 

Weston. Jeremiah Rowland, Isaac Bennet, Simeon Fan- 
ton, Oliver C. Sanford, Calvin Wheeler, jr. Joshua Adams, 
jr. Walker Sherwood, Peter SilUman, Stephen \Vheeler, 
Alva Gnay, esqrg. 

Jfilton. Matthew Marvin, Ezekiel Sturges, Erastus 
Sturges, Asuhcl R. Betts, Hawley Olmsted, esqrs. 



Practising Attorneys. 
Simeon II. Miner, State Attorney. 
Fairfield. Samuel B. Sherwood, Samuel Rowland, Ro- 
ger M. Sherman, Eliphalet S^RJGideon Tcmlinson, Tho. 
mas B. Osboin, esquires. 



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Danbury. Matthew B. Whittlesey, Alans >n Hamlin, 
Reuben Booth, Thomas T. Whittlesey, Edward Taylor,, 
esquires. 

Bridgeport. Joseph Backus, Charles Winton, Gad t. 
Wheeler, Philip A. Cannon, esquires. 

Brookfiehl. Hcraan Burcb, Bryant Smith, esquires. 

Greenwich. James B. Fairchild, esq. 

JStonroe. Cyrus H. Beardslee, esq. 

JVeivtown. Samuel C. Blackman, Benjamin F. Shclton, 
Charles Chapman, Henry Dutton, David H- Belden. esqrs. 

JVbrwalk. Clark Bissel, Thaddons Betts, esquires. 

Stamford. Simeon H. Miner, Joseph Wood, Charles 
Hawley, esquires. 

Stratford. Ira L. Uffbrd, esq. 



Friend Starr, esq. Sheriff", Danbury. 

Deputy Sheriffs Lewis Nash, Fairfield. Aaron Seeley, 
Danbury. John B. Merrit , Redding. Davis Lockwood, 
Stamford. Asa Benjamin, Bridgeport. Charles Isaacs, 
Norwalk. Bradford Winton, Weston. Herman Warner, 
Newtown. John Peck, Monroe. 

Jailers. Samuel Beers, Fairfield. Jesse Crofut, Danbury- 



COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 



COUNTY COURT. 

David Kolles, esq. Chief JudT;e. 

Asso. Judges, Vine Uobinson, John Dunlap, esquires. 

Vine Robinson, esq. Treasurer. 

David C. Bolles, e sq. Clerk and Clerk of tha 

uperior Court. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Brooklyn. John Parish, Vine Robinson, Samuel Scarbo- 
rough, David C. Bolies, Elisha Adams, Adams White, jr. 
esquires. 

A&hjord. David ifolles, Levi Work, John Warren, 
Edward Keyes, Thomas Dow, Nathan Havward, Michael 
Iiichmond, Daniel Kaowlton, Amos Lvon, Sumner S. 



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Canterbury. Andrew T. Judson, Asahei Bacon, John 
Francis, Peter Morse, Wra.L. Foster, Rufus Johnson, jr. 
Samuel L. Hough, Wither Williams, Rut'us Adams, Luther 
Pa) ne, Comfort S. H\de, esquires. 

Chaplin. David Avery, Origin /forme tt, John Ross, 
Septimius /iurnham, esquires. 

Columbia. Silas Fuller, Samuel Little, Ger shorn Dor. 
ranee, Amherst Scovel, esquires. 

Hampton. K. F. ISlai tin, C. Moulton, C F. Cleave, 
land, Roger Tain tor, Daniel Searls, Jonathan Clark, esqrs. 

KiUingly. Joseph Adams, Anthony Thrown, r Ebenezer 
Young, Peuuel Hutchins, Luther Warren, Aiba Covell, 
David Chase, 1 homas D. Harvey, Nathan B. Morse, John 
Dixon, esquires. 

J\l an afield. John Salter, Zalmon Siorrs, Selh Dunham, 
David Conant, Luther Kingsley, John Fitch, Daniel .Burn- 
ham, esquires. 

J'lain/ield. Joseph Eaton, James Gordon, John Lester, 
J. Dunlap, Sessions Lester, Francis B. Johnson, esquires. 

l J omJret. Pardon Kingsley, Ephraim Ingalls, John HoL 
brook, George Sharpe, Thomas Hubbard, Thomas M. 
Grosvtnor, Joh Williams, esquires. 

Sterling- Calvin Htbberd, Jeremiah Young, John Gal- 
lup, John Thurston, esqrs. 

Thompson. George Larned, John Jacobs, Simon Davis, 
Jonathan ^icols, John 3Sicols, Jesse Omsbury, Stephen 1 
Holmes, esqrs. 

Voluntorvn. James Alexander, Sterry Kinnej, Benjamin I 
Gallup, Dauici Kttgwin, Amos Treat, e^qr*, 

Windham. Samuel Perkins. John //* < win, Jonathan ] 
Devotion, Roger Huntington, John Stamford, Abner Rob- I 
inson, Jonah Lincoln, Alfred Young, Ldward* Clark, H.J 
Huntington, esqrs. 

ItoodK.ock. Ebenezer Stoddard, John McLellan, John | 
Fox, Jo; n Paine, William /fowen, Abraham VV. Paine, L» I 
Rawson, Penuel Corbin, esqrs. 



Practising Attorneys. 
Andrew T. JucUon; esq Stale Attorney. 
JBrookiyn John Par*sr», Jonathan A. Welch, Uriel Full- 
t% ;, 1 hemas backus, j< esquires 



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.hhfird. Philip May ward, Samuel A-hley,jr. IehaboJ 
Bulkley, esquires. 

Canterbury. Rufus Adams, Andrew T\ Judson, Daniel 
Frost, jr esquires. 

Columbia. A,ahel Clirk, jr. esq. 

Hampton. Joseph Prcutis, Cliaunccy F. Cleaveland, 
esquires. 

fcillingly. Ebenezer Young, Nathan 13. Mo;se 3 SiLia 
Jones, esquires. 

Mansfield. John Fitch, John W. Salter, esquires. 

Plainfleh{. Joseph Eaton, Francis B. Johnson, esquires. 

Pom/ret. John iiolbrook, Elisba B. Perkins, Daniel P- 
Tyler, esquires. 

Sterling' Calvin Hib'jard, esq 

Thompson. George Lamed, S*m m Davis, esq. 

Windham. Samuel Perkins, Thomas fii a) , David Young, 
John Baldwin, Edward Clark, John Baldwin, j . esquires. 

Woodstock. John McClwlLu* Ebenezer Stoddard, John 
F. Williams, esquires. 



David Keyes, esq. Sheriff, A;hford. 

Deputy Sheriffs. Ca'vin Itawsnn, V\ oodstoek. Chester 

Lyon, Canterbury. S>crates Bakom, Windham. Philip 

Pearl, jr, Hampton. Alfred C'ark, Ashford. Bcla P. 

Scalding, Brooklyn. Vincent Iliokltfy, Piainfield. 

WiDi Tyler, Brooklyn, Jailer. 



COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 



county: court. 

Augustus Petubone, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Associate Judges, Martin Strong, John Welch, Esquires* 

Abel Catlin, esq. Treasurer. 

Frederick Wolcott, esq. Clerk and Clerk of the 

Super. or Court. 



Justices of the Peace. 

fAtt.hfip.fd .Tnhn WVIfth. Prp.rlpriYit Wnlrntt. Ac 



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Beers, Jabez W. Huntington, Jona. Bud, Ozias Lewis, 
Epaphras Hall, Josiah Bunco, El'hu Harsion, James Birge, 
En09 Stoddard, David 0. Sanford, esquires. 
| Barkhamsted. John Merrills, Wm. Taylor, Amos Beech- 
er, Pamuel Monson, Lester Loomis, Lambert Hitchcock, 
Anson Wheeler, esquires. 

Bethlem. Samuel Bloss, Nat Van Burton, jr. David Bird, 
Conant Catlin, esquires. 

Canaan. Wm. M. Burrall, Joshua Cornwall, Benajah 
Douglass, James Fenn, Asahel North, Wm. Holiauird. 
Leman Church, esquires. 

Colebrook. Reuben Rockwell, Seth Marshall, Launce- 
lot Phelps, Grove Pinney, esquires. 

CormvaU. Oliver Burnham, Wm. Kellogg, Geo. Whea- 
tons, Rufus Swift, Samuel Hopkins, esquires. 

Goshen. Truman Starr, Alfred Walter, Theron Town- 
er, Samuel Chapin, David L. Parmelee, esquii es. 

Ilar-ivinton. Lewis Catlsn, Benjamin (ariswold, Noah 
Wilton, Benajah Hayden, esquires. 

Kent. Nathaniel P. Perry, John Miles, John // Swift, 
Nathan Slosson, Birdsey Beardsiey, Garret Winegar, Al- 
pheus Fuller, Lewis Mills, esquires. 

JSeiv- Hartford, Asa Goodwin, Andrew Abernethy, Ro- 
ger Mills, esquires. 

JVe-w-Mtlford. O. Merwin, D. S. Jfoardman, H. ^card- 
man, Eli Todd, Joel Sanford, Perry Smith, D. Gaylord, 
Nathaniel Perry, Stephen Crane, Levi Morris, esquires. 

J\orJolk Augustus Pettibone, Joseph ZJattell, Michael 
T. Mills, Joseph ifriggs, ifushnell &taap, Edmond jBrown, 
esquires. j 7 

Plijinouhy Calvin JRutler, Thoma$.jklitchell, Chauneey 
Warren, Ransom Blakeslee, esquires' 

lloxbury. Josiah R. Eastman, Royal R. Hinman, Ste, 
phen Santord, James Trowbndge, William Prince, esqrs. 

Salisbury. Lot Norton, Martin Strong, Eiiphalet Whit- 
tlesey, Samuel Church, Abijah C. Peet, Seneca Pettee, 
John C. Mitchell. Newman Holly, esquires. 

Sharon. Samuel E. Everett, Oliver Kellogg, Ansel Ster- 
ling, bamuel Rockwell, Samuel R. Gager, Benoni Peck, 
Samuel Roberts, Horatio Smith, Stephen Hethj esquires. 



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Torrington. Wm. Battell, Erastus Hodges, Russel C. 
Abernethy.Griswold Woodward, Christopher C. Wolcott, 
Levi Munsell, esquires. 

Warren, Stephen Strong, Sherman Hartwell, Salmon 
Weston, Dan Carter r esquires. 

Washington. Daniel Brinsmade, Constantine M'Ma- 
lion, Curtiss Hickock, Ensign Bushnell, Youngs Elliott, 
Hermanns Marsha'l, Alvin Brown, esquires. 

Watertotvn. Charles Merriman, Hoibrook Curtiss, John 
Buckingham, Samuel H. Nettleton, James Shelton, esqrs. 

Winchester. Joseph Miller, James Beebe, Luman S. 
Wetmore, Isaac Brownson, Luman Wakefield, Jena. Coe, 
Wm. S. Hollabird, esquires. 

Woodbury. Charles B.Phelps, Jesse Minor, Matthew 
Minor, jr. Leman Sherman, Gideon B. Botsford, John 
Strong, jr. John Judson, esquires. 



Practising Attorneys. 

Samuel Church, esq. State Attorney, 

Litchfield. Asa Baeon, Phineas Miner, Seth P. Beers, 
Jabez W. Huntington, Truman Smith, D. C. Sanford, 
esquires. 

Bethlem. Joseph H. Bellamy, esq. 

Canaan. John Elmore, jr. Wm. M. Burral!, Reuben 
Hunt, Leman Church, Daniel Jaqua, jr. esquires. 

Corn-wait. George Wheaton,esq. 

Goshen- Nelson Brewster, esq. 

Kent. Nathaniel P^ Perry, esq. 

Neto-Hartjord. Roger Mills, William G. Williams, es- 
quires. 

New-MHford* David S. Boardman, Perry Smith, Nath'l. 
Perry, esquires. 

Norfolk. Michael F. Mills, esq. 

Plymouth. Calvin Butler, esq. 

Itoxbury. Royal R. Hinman, Isaac Leavenworth, esqrs. 

Salisbury. Samuel Church, Philander Wheeler, John 
G. Mitchell, esquires. 

Simsbury. Elisha Phelps. Frederick W. Jewitt, esqrs. 

Sharon. Ansel Sterling, Cyrus Swan, Charles F. Sedge* 
wick, Ebuiezer Blackmail, Wm. Rockwell, esquires. 
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Torringion. Thomas Wilcox, esq. 

Washington, Frederick I. Fenn, esq. 

Watertoivn. Holbrook Curtis, esq. 

Wincliester. Joseph Miller, Wm. S. Hollabird, John 
Boyd, esquires. 

Woodbury. Noah B. Benedict, Matthew Miner, r. John 
Stronger. Charles B. Phelps, esquires. 



Ozias Seymour, esq. Sheriff, Litchfield. 
Deputy Sheriff's. Wm. P. Russell, Canaan. PhHo Miilsr* 
Kent. Tertius Wads worth, New- Hartford. Charles A. 
Judson, Washington. Gideon Hall, Winchester. Nathan 
Preston, Woodbury. Samuel Comstock, New-Milford. 
Wm. H. Walton, Salisbury* Jefferey O. Phelps, Simsbury. 
Joha S. Warner, Plymouth. Henry Reed, Sharon. 
Stephen Deming, Litchfield, Jailer. 



COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX, 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Samuel W. Dana, Chief Judge. 

Associate Judges, Wm. Carter, Obadiah Spencer, esqrs. 

John Fisk, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 

Wm* H. Fisk* esq. Assistant Clerk of Superior and County 

Courts. 



Justices of the Peace. 

JWUdffleto-wn, Stephen T.Hosmer, Alexander Wolcotf, 
Samuel YV. Dana, Joshua Stow, Josiah Savage, Daniel J . 
Griswold, Elie Coe, Josiah Sage, George W. Stanley, 
Elisha Treat, Augustus Cook, Elijah Paddoek, Hezekiah. 
Rice, Thomas Mather, Daniel Burrows, John Fisk, John, 
Alsop, esquires. 

Chatham. Benjamin Hurd, Ralph Smith, Geo. White, 
Sparrow Smith, Samuel Hall, Philip Sage, Franklin Q* 
Comstock, Bartlet Lewis, Ira Lee, esquires. 

Durham* Worthmgtoa Q. Chauncey, Lemuel Cgrap, 



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famut 1 Tibb^ls, William S. Camr, Timothy Cce. jr. Asp. 
hel Strong, esquires. 

East-Iluddam. Josiah Griffin, Isaac Chapman, Isaac 
Chester, William Hungetford, Russel Dution, William 
Gelston, Oliver Green, Aaron C. JVmer, Lemuel C Dan- 
iels, ThpHiui C. Boardman, Joseph Braincrd, Ozias HUmts, 
enquires. 

Haddurn. Samuel Arnold, Jonathan Eurr, Jonathan 
Usher, Charles Arnold, Daniel Urooks, Ely Warner, 
Smith Clark, Russel ^halor, Hcztfc ii,h £"covel, esquires. 

KUUngworth. William Caiter, Austin Olcoit, Jedediali 
Harris, David Kelsey, Jared Eiiojt, Bet jam in Hu»d, Da- 
vid Griswold, George Caiter, Abitl A Loom!?, Jeremiah. 
HuU, John 6\anto ( i, esquires. 

Saybrooh. John Stannasd, C'ark Nctt, William Lynde, 
Joel Pratt, Hufua Clark, Ebenezer Harden, Reynold 
Webb, Jedediuh Post, Bani Denisnn, Serene! Jones, Srm- 
uel Caiter, George Pratt, Guidon Smith, William A Hal!, 
Alanson Redfidd, Joshua L'Hommedieu, Amos Scovcll, 
esquires. 



Practising Attorneys. 
George W. St«nlty, etq. State Attorney. 

JSHddleioum. Samuel W. Oana, Matthew T. Russell, 
Enech: Huntington, Geo. \V. Stanley, Elj»h Hubbard, 
Jonathan Barnes, jr. William L. Storrs, William Van 
Deursen, Samuel 1). Hubbard, Hez. L. tiosmer, Charles 
K Alsop,Elias M. Skinner, esquire*. 

Haddam. Ely Warner, Smith Clark, Linus Parroe!ce> 
squires, 

Chatham. Constans F. Daniels, Maik Moo r e, esquires. 

East- Haddam. \\ il liana Hungetford, Azel Utley, N. L 4 
Foster, esquires. 

Killing-worth. Abiel A. Loomis, esq. 
: Saybropk. Joseph Platts, Samuel Ingham, L. T. Clark, 
'tepheu W. Starkey, esquires. 



John L. Lewis, eso. Sheriff, Middletown. 



ick Wright, Killingworth- Richard P. Williams, Saybrook. 
Hiram Matkham, Chatham. 

Harvey' Treadway, Middletown ; Ncah Clark, jr. Had- 

dam, Jailers. „ 



COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Jonathan Barnes Esq Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Ingoldsby W. Crawford, Eiiphaiel Young, 

esquires. 

Jeremiah Parish, esq. Clerk. 

Elibha Steams, esq Clerk cf the Superior Court. - 



Justices of the Peace. 

Tolland- Jonathan Barnes, Eliphalet Young, Jeremiah 
Parish) Calvin vVilley, George M. Hyde, esqrs. 

Bolton, Jabez L. White, John Ruggles, Daniel W. Bad- 
ge?. Noah Strong, esqrs. 

Coventry. Nathan Howard, Isaiah Daggett, , Zelotes 
Long, Cephas Bingham, Stephen Hosmer, Levi Sweetland, 
igscjrp. 

Ellin g ten. Asa Willey, Robert Hyde, Nathan Johnson, 
Benjamin Pinr.ey, Oliver W. Steele, esqr6. 

Hebron. John ri. Peters, Siuart Iteebe, P»yton R. Gil- 
bert, Leonard Hendee, William Brown, Levi Waldo, Abner 
Hendee, Judah Porter, esqrs. 

Homers. Horatio A. Hamilton, Walter R. Kibbe, Icha. 
bod Mudge, Ol.-ver Chapin, 2d. esqrs 

Stafford, Benning Mann, Rhqdolnhus \\ oodworth, Na- 
than Bartlett, Amos Harvey, Zina Winter, esqrs. 

Union. Ingoldsby W. Crawford, Luther Crawford, Au- 
gustus Moore, esqrs. 

Vernon. Lebbeus P. Tinker, Francis M'Lean, Oliver H, 
King; esqrs. 

W illinifton, Zebulon Crocker, Daniel Glazier, John J. 
Mtouilou, Nuthaiiiel Sibley, esqrs. 



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Practising Attorneys. 
Jonathan Barnes, esq. State Attorney., 
Tolland. Jonathan Barnes, Calvin Willey, Elisha Stearns, 
Jeremiah Parish, Loren P. WalJo, Randall Crawford, 
esqrs. 
Bolton. Saul Aivord, jr. esq. 

Ellington. Asa Wdley, John M. Brockway, esqrs. 
Hebron. Stuart Beebe, Ralph Gilbert, esqrs. 
Sowers. Walter R Kibbe, Nathan Cooley, Eli Johnson, 
esqrs. 

Stafford. Benning Mann, Rhodedphus Woodworth, 
esqrs. 



Eljah Johnson, esq. Stafford, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs. Samuel Kent, Tolland ; Francis Hyde. 
Stafford ; Simon House, Hebron. 

Samuel Kent, Tolland, Jailer. 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



Hartford.— Enoch Perkins, Hezekiah Huntington, Wal- 
ter Mitchell, John M. Gannett, Joseph Trumbull, Isaac 
Perkins, Henry L. Ellsworth, Nathan Johnson, Samuel H. 
Parsons. 

Granby.— Samuel Woodruff. 

Nezv. Have?i.— hAizur Goodrich, Dyer White, K. T. In* 
gersoll, Leonard A. Daggett, Lucius Atwater, Charles A, 
Ingersoli, John f. Barnard. 

CMeaAire.— Burrage Beach. 

Derby. -John Humphreys, jr. John L. Tomlinson. 

Guilford.— William Todd. 

New. London. — Lyman Law, Ebenezer Learned, Wil- 
liam l«\ Brainard, William P. Cleaveland jr. 

Norwich. James Lanman, James atedman, Joseph Wil- 
liams, Henry Strong. 

Colchester. Daniel Watrous. 



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Stonington* Alexander G. Smith, George Hubbard, filial 
swn, 



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Lebanon. William T. Williams. 
Lyme. Henry M. Wait, Charles Gmwolih 
Fairfield. Gideon Tonilinson. 
Uiihbury. Daniel B. Cook, Russell Hoyt. 
Stamford. Joseph Wood. 
iUvatforil Davhl Plant, Darael Judson. 
B ijgtifjort. JosipU Taikus. 
^onva'k. Clark Bissel. 
JV.ndh'im. Samuel Peikins. 
Jh-joklyn. John Parish, Adams White, jr. 
tfeodotock. John M'Lellan. 
JJtchfeld. Frederick Woleott, Selh P. Beers, 
?*feiu-MHjord.. David S Board man. 
Salinbury. Elisha Sterling. 
Woodbury. John P. Marshall. 

Midd'etown. Matthew T. Russell, George W. Stanley, 
JonttVan Barnes, jr. Wm. Van Deursen* 
F*«8ex> Samuel Ingham, Joseph Plait. 
liilliiigivorih. Ablel A. Loom's. 



COURTS OF PROBATE. 



Districts. 
Perli a 
Chatham 
Danbury 
Ea«i Daddam 
E asi- Windsor 
Fan field 
Far mhigton 
(J ran by 
Guilford 
Hartford 
liebroa 
Kent 
Ijitch6e'd 
M'uidietown 
New Hartford 
Kew-IIaven 



Judges. 
Thon*as Lej 
Benjamin Hurd 
lieu hen B >oth 
Benj. Trumbull 
Lorram T. Pease 
David Hi!! 
Noadiah Woodruff 
.loab Grif^n, jr. 
Reuben Elliott 
JohnUuss 
John S. Peters 

Fred'k Woleott 
John AUop 
Isaac Kellogg 
\Ym< B. Board man 



Clerks 
Ira E. Smith 
Constans F .Daniels 
S. U. Phillips 
Benj M. Trumbull 
II. M. A bee 
David Hill, jr. 

Joshua R. Jewett 
George Griswold 
Cha Tes Bull 
Stuart Beebe 
Romeo Lowrey 
J.W, Huntington 
John Fisk 

John Hunt, 34 



New -London 

NTe w-Milford 

Newtown 

Norfolk 

Norwalk 

Norwich 

Plain field 

Pomfret 

Say brook 

Sharon 

Simsbury 

Southington ' 

Stafford 

Stamford 

Stonlngton 

Stratford 

Saffield 

WatlmglWd 

Water bury 

Windham 

Woodbury 



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Moses Warren 
Jehiel Williams 
Sim' I C. Black man 
Michael F. Mills 
Wra. M. Belts 
John Hyde 
Ebenezer Young 
John Nichols, jr. 
William Lynde 
Samuel Church 
Jeffery O. Phelps 
Sylvester Norton 
Jeremiah Parish 
GharM Hawhy 
W. WiUiams.ofGr, 
Robert Fairchild 
Oliver Tease 
Rufus Hitchcock 
John Kingsbury 
Jonah Lincoln 
Cha's B. Phelps 



Lodowick Fosdick 
Nathaniel Perry 
Charles Chapman 

Thaddeus Betts 
Burrell Lathrop 
James Gordon 
Tho. M.Grosvenor 
Samuel Ingham 
Lewis L. Peel 
Hector F. Phelps 

Joseph Howard 
S. Lock wood, jr. 
George Hubbard 
David Brooks 
Joseph Pease 
Wm R Hitchcock 
Ch D. Kingsbury 
John Baldwin, jr. 
Nathan Preston, jr. 



SURVEYORS IN CONNECTICUT. 



George Gi^lst, esq. Hebron, (Tolland County) 
Surveyor General. 

DEPUTY SURVEYORS. 
Hartford. Daniel St- John, of Hartford. 
ISew-Haven. Noyes Darling, of Woodbridgc 
New- London. Moses V.~arr€n, of Lyme, 
Fairfield, Joseph M. White, of Danbur) T . 
Windham. Lemuel Ingalls, of PoRcfret. 
Litchfield. Wm. M. Burrall, of Canaan. 

Nathaniel Spencer, of K. Hartford, 
Gounfy of Middlesex, Dan Lane, of Killiupvorlh. 



County of 
County of 
County of 
County of 
County of 
County of 



n 

Commissioners on Turnpike Roads, Bridges^ 
Ferries, etc. 

TURNPIKE ROADS. 

Boston — David Brewster, Calvin Whiting 

Bridgeport & JVeivtotvn— Abijah Merritt, James B. Fair- 
man 

Canaan & Salisbury— Benajah Douglass, Jeremiah Hos- 
ford. 

Chatham and Marlborough— Timothy Woodbridge, Da- 
vid Tracy . 

Cheshire— Lemuel Whitman, Charles H. Pond, 

Chester and J\orth-Killing?vorth—Rezeb\&h Canfield, 
Joshua L'Hommedieu. 

Colchester and Chatham— Abner Hendee, Daniel Bur- 
rows. 

Colchester and Norwich— Levi Waldo, Abner Hendee.' 

Columbia—' John Graves, Zachariah Cone. 

Connecticut — Jeremiah Sturges, Charles Hawlejr. 

Cornxvalland Warren —Wm, Bennett, George Wheatofl* 

Corn-wall and Washington— William Bennett, George 
Wheaton. 

Canaan and Litchfield — William W. Burrall, Asa S. 
Btewster. 

Banbury and Hidgefield — Stephen Hoyt, Russell Hoyt. 

Skurham and East-Guilford— Joshua Stow, Curtis Wil- 
cox. 

East-H&ddam and Colchester— -Benj. Coit, John Dewilt 

East-Hartford and Tolland— Eliphalet Young, Lemuel 
White. 

East-Middle— Cz\v\n Butler, Bela Blakesly. 

Essex— Samuel Ingham, Jedidiah Post. 

Farmington Rit>er— Lent Beaham, Arah Phelps. 
Fairfield, ftedding, and Weston— Phineas Taylor, John 
Hull. 

Goshen and Sharon—' Samuel Roberts, Joshua Lovell. 

Granby— Jeffery O. Phelps, James Goodwin. 

Green WoQcts—Q\d$on Hate* Grove Pinney.. 



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Uroton and Sftmmg/M— Charles Bulkley, John P.Trott 

Haddamand Durham— J oshua Mow, John Swathe!. 

Hart/or d an d New-Haven— Charles II. Pond, Luther 
Beckley. 

Hartford and New- London. Jamei Mitchell, Henry Kil- 
bourn • 

Hartford, To'land t Windham, and New-London Coun* 
ties. Leonard Hendee, Stephen Tr^cy. 

Harford and Tolland. Lemuel White, Eliphalet Young 

Hebron and Middle fladdam, Ralph Smith, Jno.Graves 

Honsatonic. Charles H. Pond, Peter Tomlinson. 

Killingworth and Haddam. Jared Elliott, Jedidiah Har* 
lis 

Litchfield. Wm. M. BurraH, Asa S. Brewster. 

lAtchfield and Cornwall. Samuel Roberts, Joshua Lovell 

Litchfield £4 darwinian. Calvin Butler, Ahel Catlin,2d 

Litchfield and New Mil ford- Stephen Deming, John 
Phelps. 

Middlesex. Joshua Stow, Samuel Ingham. 

Middletown and Uerlin. Joshua Slow, Curtis Wilcox. 

Middle:own& Durham. Jrshua Stow, Charles H. Pond, 

Middletttwn ancj Meriden. Joshua Stow, John Swathe I 

Mohegan. Christopher Manwaring, Lodowick Fosdick 

New. Haven and Derby. Charles H. Pond, Samuel 
Wad.sworth. 

New Haven and Milford. Charles H, Pond, Giles Mans* 
field. 

New London 13 Lyme. James MitcheJ, Christopher 
Griffing. 

New London and Windham Counties, Wm. Fencer, 
John W. Fanning. ■ * 3 

ISew Milford and Sherman. Daniel A. Picked Israel 
Camp. 

New Milford and Woodbury, Elijah Bennet, Daniel 
A. Picket. 

New Preston. Erastus Reynolds, Abtjah Tomlinson. 

Norwalfc and Danbury, Zalmon Wildman, Joseph 
Darling. 

Norwich £3 Woodstock. Ezra Child, Seth Clark, jr, 

Oxford, Charles t|. Pond 4 Gideon Judson, 



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Petiipac:ue and Guilford- Samuel Ingram, Jcdidish 
Post. 

Jlvnmon Falls. John Moseley, Charles H. Pond. 

Satem and Hamburg. Samuel Ingham, Charles W, 
Smith. 

Sharon and Cornwall. Levi Peck, B. Lines. 

Stajford Mineral Spring. Lemuel White, John S, 

Still Jiiver. Thomas (>.nkl'-n, Stephen FHer. 

Sdiiiltiiigton and fVatcrbury. Sy Ivester Norton, Andrew 
Adams. 

Tallcoii Mountain A masa Woodford, Joseph Pratt* 

Thompson. Luther Warren, Stephen //o!mes. 

Tolland County. Elipha'tt Young, Dajtofel. Gaz ; er. 

1 ' orrington. Samuel Woodward, Samuel Seymour. 

Washington. Roaben Martin, Lewis Beers. 

Windham and Coventry. Elijah "Wright, John Aspin- 
wall. 

Windham & Mansfield. Henry Webb, Roger Hunt' 
ington. 

West Middle. Nehemiah C. Sanford, Leman Beach. 

Woodstock & Somers. Wm. Rice, N&tuan Austin. 

Water bury River. Jonathan Coe, jr. John Buckingham. 

Connecticut & Rhode Island. Luther Warren, Vine 
Robinson. 

Pine's Bridge. Noyes Darling, Burton Canfield. 

Providence .Benjamin C. Palmer, Thomas Backus, 

Sandy Brook. Gideon Hall, Ezra Doollttle. 






BRIDGES- 

JViantic Bridge. Moses Warren, ^dara Larrabee. 

Hartford Bridge. John Hemp stead, Lemuel White, J 
Goodwin. 

Norwich and Preston. Charles Rockwell, Elias 2?;owr«, 
Jonathan Brewster. 

Mystic. Roswell Fish, -Jesse D Noyes, 

To?nlinson 9 s. Charles H. P^nd, Ruf s Hitchcock, Eldud 
Gilbert. 

Dragon. [Nip Commissioners appointed] 



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find/report. Robert Fairchild, John T-Iul'. 
fPawng.'tn. Charles H. Pond, Robert Fairchilt 

J^eavenwo'th's. John Hump'ireis, jr. VV:u. Hinman* 

Zaar. Gideon Judson, S. Wheeler. 

Ifcmd y*s. Wait S. Northrop,'Czar Nca inrr. 

A erv- Mil ford Toll. Homer Board man, Isaac Sanford, 

Bull's Falls. Homer Boardman, T. Sanf ,rd. 

PraU't. Homer Boardman, 1 San ford. 

Fuller's. Homer Boardman, I Sanford. 

Bennett's, Benj. Hurd, Jacob #eers. 



FERRIES. 

Derby Ferry {at Narrow?.) Charles H. Pond, Philip 
Faunder3. 

vY<?w London Ferry* James Mitchel, Samuel Chany, 
Gale's Ferry Ptalph Hurlbut, FJisha M . Comstock. 
Chapman's, Benjamin Hard, Joshua L'-^fommedieu. 

Ilrockway's. Joshua L'Hommedieu, Hezekiah Canfield, 

Warren's. Samnel B- Mather, P, ter Comstock. 

Jligganum. Benjamin Hurd, Joshua L'Hommedieu. 

East Haddam. Benjamin Hurd, Toshua L'Hommedieu. 

Middle Haddam Landing. iJenj. Hurd, Che vers Brai- 
lard. 

Rocky Hill Samuel Wells, Martin W r ells. 

Pratt's. Samuel Weils, Martin Wells. 

Kinney's. Samuel Wells, Martin Wells. 

Jking's. Tabez Collins, Ai>ollos Fuller. 

East- Windsor at mouth of Scantic. John Watson, Hen- 
J S .11. 

Fast* Windsor, at Warehouse Point. Jno. Watson, Hen- 
y Sill. 

Enfield and Suffield, or Love 'joy's. Jabez Collins, Apol* 
os Fuller, 

Say brook. James Mitchell, Noyes Barber, Simeon 
Smith. 

Works of the Union Company, in Connecticut t8v,er. 
John Caldwell, John Hempstead, Lemuel White. 



TOWN CLERKS AND COLLECTORS. 



Towns. 
Ash ford 
Barkharasted 
Berlia 
itethlem 
Bolton 
Bozrah 
Bran ford 
Bristol 
Brookfield 
Burlington 
Brooklyn 
Bridgeport 
Canterbury 
Canaan 
Canton 
Chaplin 
Chatham 
Che hi e 
Colebrook 
Colchester 
Columbia 
Cornwall 
Coventry- 
Pan bu ry 
Derby 
Durham 
Daiien 
Eat- Haven 
East- Hartford 
Ea9t-Had<!am 
Ea t-Wii.dsor 
Ellington 
Enfield 
Farraington 
Fairfield 
Franklin 



Clerks. 
Josias Byles 
Joseph Wilder 
M D. Seymour 
Samuel Church 



Colketors State tax, 
Ebenezer Chaffee 
Amos Beecher, jr. 
Horace Steele 
Adam C Casson 



Manton Hammond Luther Talcott 

Gardner Avery 

John Barker 

Tracy Peck 

Daniel Hawlcy 

Wait Lowrey 

Zach. Spalding 

Salmon Hubbell 

Thomas Coit 

Benajah Douglass 



Orimel Johnson 
Rufus Rogers, 2d. 
Silas Gridley 
Elm. B Northrop 
Willard Hitchcock 
B. E. Palmer 
Ezra Gregory 
Jno. Kingsley 
Harvev Lawrence 



James Humphrey Hosea Ca:e, 2d. 
Orin Witter Septim. Burnham 

Zebu-on Penfield Erastus Strong 
Rufus Hitchcock Asa Tuttle 
E. Rockwell, jr. Pinney North 
E M. Worthington J. C. Bulkley 
Samuel Little A. Kingsley, jr. 

William Kellogg An son Rogers 
Nathan Howard Daniel Woodward 
Darius Starr Levi Starr 

Jno.Humphreysjr. Ezekiel Gilbert 
W. G. Cbauncey S. C Camp 
Darius K. Scofield Joseph Weed 
Fela Farnum 
Samuel Pitkin 
N. L Foster 
Aaron Bissel 
Robert Hyde 
Elam O. Potter 
Samuel Richards 
Samuel Rowland 
Henrv Hazen 



S. T. Andrews 
Ashbel Olmsted 
Wm. Marsh 
Select Men 
Daniel Kimball, jt\ 
John King 
Elijah Porter 
Th. F. Rowland 
Amasa Hyde 



Towns. 
Gla stent ury 
Goshen 
Gran by 
Greenwich 
Griswold 
Groton 
Guilford 
Ham Hen 
Had dam 
Hampton 
Hartford 
Harlland 
}\nv win ton 
Hebron 
Huntington 
Kent 

Killing-worth 
Killingly 
Lebanon 
Lisbon 
Litchfield 
Lyme 

Manchester 
Mansfield 
Marlborough 
MerioVn 
Middle bury 
Middletown 
Milford 
Mootville 
Monroe 
New Canaan 
New Fairfield 
New Hartford 
New Haven 
New London 
New Milford 
Newtown 
North .Haven 
Norfolk 



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Clerks, 
Jonathan Wells 
Ad inn Hale 
Daniel Hayes, jr. 
John J. Tracy 



Co 7 lec(jfK 
Chntinccy Goodale 

Collins Itaidwia 
Calvin Dibble 
Seth Lyon 



Dan'l Huntington D wight R. Tyler 



Nathan Daboll 
Samuel Fov\ler 
It Pierpont 
John Brainard 
Wm. A. Brewster 
Elisha Coit 
Thomas Siigden 
El:jah Gay lord 
John S. Peters 
SamueiP Mills 
Lewis Mills 
Elisha Kelsey 
Jeremiah Pield 
Anderson Martin 
Joseph Jewett 
Moses Seymour 
Charles Smith 
D. Woodbridge 
Luther Kingsley 
David B. Ripley 
Patrick Lewis 



Kufus AUyn 
Josiah Coan,jr. 
Eli Diekerman 
L E Bmr 
Asa U. Martin 
Benji. Hastings 
Wm. Selby, jr. 
Gay R- Sanford 
Charles Post 
Eli Wheeler 
Philo Mills 
Nath. Griswold, 2d, 
Samuel Kelly 
S. D Tilden 
Uarstow Brumley 
Charles Buel 
Charles L Peck 
Eli Porter 
A. B. Cone 
Elijah Foote 
Asahel Curtis 



Larmon Townsend David Porter, jr. 
John Fisk Linus Coe 



Samuel Higby 
Joshua i?aker, jr. 
Samuel Wheeler 
Edward Nash 
S. T. Barnum 
Asa Goodwin 
Elisha Munson 
Ebenezer Way 
Elisha Bostwick 
Caleb Baldwin 
Daniel Pierpont 
Auien Roys 



7?eard Baldwin, 
J. W. Haughtoa 
Wm. Beach 
Edward Nash 
Levi Stephens 
Henry Seymour 
John Scott 
Jona. Brooks 
Wm. A. Knapp 
Rhesa Fobt 
Eli ad Sanford 
Thomas Curtis 



To writ, 

^orwalk 

Norwich 

N; Stoningtc 

flange 

Oxford 

Plainfitld 

Plymouth 

Fomfiet 

Preston 

Wedding 

Wirfgtfield 

lioxlury 

Salisbury 
$avb roo |j 

Snaron 
- Herman 
Somers 
South ingtrn 

SouihbBfV 

Stafford 

s tamfo>d 

Sterling 

Stonington 

fe tratford 

Nuffield 

kimsbury 

Thompson 

Tolland 

Torrington 

Trumbull 

Union 

"Vernon 

Voluntown 

Waliingford 

Warren 

Washington 

Waterbury 

Waterford 



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Berjan.in j £aiiCS 

n Stephen Avery 
Penj. I, Lambert 
Host a Duiion 
Squire Cudy 
Caitin Sutler 
T. M. Grosvenor 
I>emso n P fa lrrier 
Jcna. ii. Sar.fo d 
Samuel Scebbins 
fetlas Minor 
John liiliings 
M.IIuuhinscn 
Clark Nctt 

H«gh Ge.ston 
^■w Chapin, 2d 
Samuel Andiua 
John Mose/y 
Abijah B lodge t 
^. Lockwood, jr, 
Pierce Smith 
Jesse Dean 
Silas L'uiion 
Oliver Pease 

Moses Ensign 

John Nichols, jr. 

Joseph Howard 

«. L. Abe?neUir 

Lewis liurton 

Jv T «th1 Newell 

«f P - Tinker 

James Alexander 

««nn xVJunson 

Gco»g e Starr 

^hley Scott 
Cale ^ ttavmond 



C©$?^ or*. 
Charles /saac3 
Purrel Lathi op 
JeieKiiab York 
Alpheus Clark 
H^ace C'andee 
Charles Harris 
John S. Warner 
Geo. F. LgajJs 
Geo. W. Morgan 
Aaron Morehouse 
rvm. Kttler 
Wm. Wheeler, 2d 
J<^ph Hilliai-d 

£kineasChapin 
?■ P. Williams 
Joseph Lord 
Lewi 8 Starr 
Hiram Pcmeroy 
Koot Gridley 
William Hicock 
James Ruby 
I>. Lockwood 
John Thurston 
Jo hna Wheeler. > 
Ben J;m i n Ufford 
""swell Kine- 
B P. Bacon ^ 
Chailes Howlet 
{; Chapman 
1'emas Coe 
f G .Plumb 
Augustus Moore 
Perj. T.lcott, jr 
^norRobbins J 
A>fckerman Hal, 

^gustos Coleman 
^hn N Cunn 

w ? ,,. CU8 L ^onson 
" "ham Gorton 



Towns. 
Water town 
Weston 
Wethersfield 
Willington 
Wilton 
Windham 
Windsor 
Winchester] 
Wood bridge 
Woodb'iiy 
Woodstock 
Wolcott 



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Ckr'cs. 
T. C. Steele 
Simeon Fan ton, 
Elijah Keach 
Gideon X Merrick 
Samuel Beluen 
Eliphalet Hipiey 
Elisha N. Sill 
Levi Piatt 
Justus Thomas 
Leman Sheirnhn 
John Fox 
Archibald Minor 



Collect?-*. 
A Ian son Warren 
Lanson Coley 
Kiisha Wolcott jr. 
Origen D:mock 
Zalrron Dikeman 
Henry Webb 
Talcott xMather 
Orson Aridrevv3 
Nathan Nettletcn 
David B roth well 
A. K. Williams 
Willaid Plumb 



The Commissioners to equalize the Assessment Lists 
for the State, are the Treasurer aud Comptroller for the 
time being. 



FIRST SELECTMEN AND TOWN 
TREASURERS. 



Towns* 



Flrbt Selectmen, 
Amos Knowhoo. 
Jesse Ives 
Levi Harne3 
S. C. Leavitt 
•Sylvester Skinner 
Wm. Kelley 
Jesse Linsley 
Joel Truesdell 
Z. S. A. Peck 
Hunn Andrus 
Sam r l Scarborough 
Wilson Haw ley 
John Francis 
Simeon Higby 
Kiisha Sugdea 
Abel ilosa 



Treasurers, 
Josias Byles 
Geo. Merrell • 
M. D. Seymour 
Samuel Church 
Man ton Hammond 
Gardner Avery 
John Barker 
Enos Ives 
John Northrop 
Gad Frisbie 
Zachariah Spalding 
Smith Tweedy 
Thomas Coit 
Bew >tb Douglass 
Lancel Foot 
Orit Witter 



T9 MIS. 

Chatham 

Cheshire 

Colebrook 

Colchester 

Columbia 

Cornwall 

Coventry 

Danbury 

Derby 

Durham 

Darien 

East Haven 

East Hartford 

Kast Haddam 

East Windsor 

Ellington 

Enfield 

Farmington 

Fairfield 

Franklin 

Glastenbury 

Goshen 

Granby 

Greenwich 

Griswold 

Groton 

Guilford 

Hamden 

Had dam 

Hampton 

Hartford 

Hartland , 

Harwin'ton 

Hebron 

Huntington 

Kent 

Killingworth 

K illinglj 

Xebanou 



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First Selectmen. 
Guy Cowper 
Filas Hitchcock 
Enos No; th 
John I sit am, jr. 
Wm. Carver 
Elias Hart 
Solomon Cidwell 
Elijah San ford 
Sheldon Cuttiss 
James Tibbals 
John Bell 
Daniel Smith 
Selah Webster 
L. C. Daniels 
John Mc Fomson 
Wyllis Russell 
Jabez Colfina 
George Cowies 
David Hill 
Joshua Tracy 
Joseph Wells 
'David Wooster 
Elizur Benjamin 
James Smith 
James Lord 

A m Larabee 
Ambrose Benton 
Joel Ford 
H. Huntington 
Noah F. Martin 
John Hempsted 
Wyllis Wright 
Uriah Hopkinton 

Abner Hendee 
N. G. Birdseye 
Stephen Burnet 
Edward Wright 
C. Leffingwell 
Eliphalct Abel 



Treasurers. 
Zebulon Penfield 
Rufus Hitehcock 
Ira Whiting 
John R. Watrous 
Samuel Little 
Benj Catlin 
Nathan Howard 
Alanson Hamlin 
Ethiel Keeney 
Dennis Camp 
Joshua Scofield 
Kela Earn ham 
Samuel Pitkin 
N. L. Foster 
Aaron Bissell 
Robert Hyde 
Elam O. Potter 
Solomon Cowies 
John Hull 
Oliver Johnson 
Samuel We'.ls 
T heron Towner 
D.Hayes, jr. 
Peter Mead 
D. Huntington 
Nathan Daboll 
Samuel Fowler 
Rusrc! Pierpont 
G. S. Bramard 
Wm. A. Brewster 
Isaac Spencer 
Samuel Skinner 
11. Abernethy 
Abel S. Bissel 
Hezek'mh Marks 
Philo Mills 
Dan Lane 
Jeremiah Field* 
Anderson Martin] 



Towns. 
Lisbon 
Litchfield 
Lyme 

Manchester 
Mansfield 
Marlborough 
Merideti 
Middlebury 
Middletownj 
Milford 
Monroe 
MontviH.e 
New Canaan 
New Fairfield 
New Hartford 
New Haven 
New London 
New Milford 
Newtown 
North. Haven 
Norfolk 
Norwalk 
Norwich 

N. Stonington 

Orange 

Oxford 

Plainfield 

Plymouth 

Pom fret 

Preston 

Redding 

Ridgefield 

Roxbury 

Galena 

Salisbury 

Say brook 

Sharon 

SJicrraan 



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First Selectmen. 
Freeman Tracy 
Ozias Lewis 
Rich'd L. Lord 
Joseph Noyes 
S. Fit eman 
VV. H. Hoardman 
Seth 1) Plump 
Wm.H. Smith 
Henry Carrington 
Samuel Du rand, jr. 
Agur Lewis 
Samuel Prentice 
J 13. i/enedict 
A. M. Sherwood 
Absalom Wells, jr. 
Wm. Mix 
Samuel Chany 
Flihu Marsh 
Isaac Scudder 
Timothy Audrus 
Amos Petti bone 
Benj. Isaacs 
Eber Backus 
Sands Cole 
N. Kimberly 
C. M. Hatch 
Erastqs Lester 
R. jftlakeslee 
Samuel J)i esser 
Charles Meech 
G. Sherwood 
Abner Gilbert 
Isaac B. Hawley 
Henry Perkins 
Thomas N, Smith 
Wm. Ligham 
Alpheus Jewett 
Bennet Picket 

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Treasurers. 
Joseph Jewilt 
Sumuel Buell 
• s . B. Mather 
D. Wood bridge 
Luther Kingsley 
Moseiy Talcott 
Asahel Curtiss 
L. Townseud 
John Fisk 
B. Baldwin 
Henry Lew 19 
Joshua Baker 
Isaac Richards 
S, 7\ Barnuna 
Asa Goodwin 
Andrew Kidslon 
John P Trott 
Wm. Pay I or 
Ezra Glover 
Daniel Pierpont 
J. H. Peltibonel 
Moses Gregory 
G. P. Huntingtoa 
Chester Smith 
Solomon Johnson 
Abel V\ heeler 
Squire Cady 
Calvin Butter 
T. M. Grosvenoc 
Oenison Palmes 
Jona. R. Sanford 
Richard Randall 
Peter C. Oakley 
John BiLingi 
Abijah C. Peet 
Clark Nott 
Samuel Rockwell 
Hugh Gilston 



Towns. 
Sjmers 
Southington 
Southbary 
Stafford 
Stamford 
Sterling 
Stonington 
Stratford 
Suffield 
Simsbury 
Thompson 
Tolland 
Torrington 
Trumbull 
Union 
Vernon 
Voluntown 
Waliingford 
Warren 
Washington 
Waterbury 
Waterford 
Watettown 
Weston 
Wethersfield 
Willingtoa 
Wilton 
W ndham 
"Windsor 
Winchester 
Wood bridge 
Woodbury 
Woodstock 
Wolcott 



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First Selectmen. 

A.Kibbe,jr. 
Lucas Curtiss 
John Wheeler 
Benning Mann 
J. Lock wood 
Jeremiah Young 
William Williams 
Eli W. Lewis 
Andrew Denison 
D. Humphrey 
T. Dwight 
Geo. M. Hyde 
B. Hudson 
R G. Beach 
Samuel Crawford 
Francis McLean 
Kinae Gallup 
David M.Cook 
Dan Carter 
John N. Gunn 
Elias Cook 
James Rogers, 2d. 
S. H. Nettleton 
Joseph Rowland 
Samuel Galpin 
Hiram Rider 
Erastus Sturges 
G. Manning 
Odiah Loomis 
Jonathan Coe, jr. 
John Northrop 
Judson Blackman 
Alfred Massy 
Orren Plumb 



Treasurers. 
Oliver Chapin, 2d 
Roger Whittlesey 
WillUm Hinman 
Abijah Blodget 
Seymour Jarvis 
Pierce Smith 
Jesse Dean 
Elijah Ufford 
Oliver Pease 
Benj. Ely 
John Xichols, jr. 
Joseph Howard 
R. C. \bernethy 
R. Middiebrook 
N. Newell 
L. P. Tinker 
James Alexander 
Dickerman Hall 
Joseph A. Tanner 
Samnel Leavitt 
James Scovil 
Caleb Raymond 
Wm. H.Merriman 
Isaac Bennett 
Timothy Stillman 
Gideon N. Merrick 
S. Belden 
E. Ripley 
Eli Wilson 
Levi Piatt 
Justus Thomas 
David Brothwell 
John Fox 
Ambrose Ives 



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MILITIA. 

His Excellency 
OLIVER WOLCOTT, 

Captain General and Commander in Chief* *•*. 

Col. J.bez W. Huntington, ") ma» a* r>„™* 
Col. Oliver S. WbJedM, j Alds - ae ' Cam ^ 

His Honor 
DAVID PLANT, LieutenantGeneral. 
Major Solomon Purler, ) ». \ , /-»,»•»* 

Major Samuel H. Huntington, \ ^^'d^Camp. 

Major General George Cowles, Adjutant General. 
Colonel Michael Olcott, Quarter Master General. 
Colonel James Ward, Commissary General. 
Major Hezekiah Goddard, Paymaster General. 

governor's guards. 

lit Company. Lynde Olmsted, Major Commandant. 
L rooT. Samuel Gray, Captain and 1st Lieut. 

Charles Wells, 2d lieut. 
Horace Hayes, Zd do. 
George Putnam, 4ih do. 
William Hudson, Ensign. 
1st Company. John E. Hart, Major Commandant. 

horss. /Stephen P. Key es, Captain and 1st Lieut. 
George Church, 2d do 
Roderick Colton, Cornet. 
James Bennett, Quarter Master. 1 
2 d Company. Charles B. Gransiss, Major Commandant. 
TOOT. William W. Boardman, Captain and 1st Lt 
E. W. Blake, 2d do. 
ElishaDickerman, 3d do. 
Rodney Burton, 4th do. 
Leverett Candee, Ensign, 



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Company. William 1. Forbes, Major Commandant. 
horse. Joshua Barnes, jr. Captain and 1st Lieut. 

Byard Barnes, 2d do. 

Jai-ed Barnes, jr. Cornet. 



FIRST DIVISION. 

Consisting of the fi: st and second Brigades. 
■^George Cowles, esq. Major Genera!. 
MiySr Baefens W. Bi.ge, ; Mlh . de , Cam p, 
Major George Robmson, $ l 

Lieut Col. Samuel Deming, Division Inspector. 
Major James Cowles, Division Quarter Master. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 1st, 6th, i4tb, and I7lh regiments Infantry, 
and 1st and 4th regiments Cavalry. 
Ezra Adams, jr. esq. Brigadier General. 
Samuel S. Srebbins, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Daniel P. Hopkins, Brigade Quarter Master, 
Elizur D. Adams, Aid-de-Camp. 

First Regiment. 

Richard N»le9, Colonel. 
William Hayden, Lieut Colonel. 
S*muei L Pitkin, Major. 
Cbailes Munn, adjutant* Horace H. Sill, quarter master: 
Thomas Robbins, chaplain. James Shelden, paymaster. 
Charlea Woodward, surgeon. Samuel W. Brown, sur- 
geon's (oatc. D-'Furest Ylanice, quarter master sergeant. 
11. Huntington, sergeant msjor. Cicero Phelps, fife mayor. 
Cap tains. -^Thomas C" Perkins, Joseph Combs, Samuel 
Phelps, Curtis Skinner, Samuel Williams, Chauncey Bry- 
ant, BJlard Rowley, Harvey Holkins, Vacant 

Lieutenants*— Juiius Catlin, A. S. Wadsworth, Heze- 



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kiah Gaylord, B. O. King, Elisha Risley, Eli Pitkin, Hiram 
Roberts, J. B. Chapman, Dcyden Holcomb. 

Ensigns. — Norman Lvman. A. S. Stilman, James Lno- 
mis2d, Francis S tough ton, Charles Foibes, Ru?scl Eldridge, 
Thomas I. //ubbard, (Charles Clark, Marcus GriswoU. 
Flank Companies. 

Captains.— Alva Blodget, Charles Barnard. 

hieutenants —Daniel Blocking, Nathaniel Woodhouse. 

Ensigns. — Hiram Strong, William bey more. 
Rifle Companies. 

Captains.— Levi Wells, Thomas Roberts, Elisha An- 
drus. 

Lieutenants. — Lemuel Crane, Elisha Harrington, Grove 
Hoi lister. 

Ensigns.— Eli Gillet,|Vacant, Joseph House, 

Sixth Regiment 

Joseph Camp, Colonel. 
OziasCamp, Lieut Colonel. 
John C. Pratt, Major. 
Sylvester Pulsiver, jr. adjutant. P. H. Selfew, quarter 
master. Wm. H. Fisk, paymaster. Edward S. Cone, sur- 
geon. Giles M. Boardman, surgeon's mate. Ralph R. 
Robbins, sergeant major. Sidney Smith, quartermaster 
sergeant. Samuel G . Wilcox, drum major. Samuel Cur- 
tis, fife major. 

Captains. — Elijah Keach, John O. Hayden, Jared Wells, 
William Butler, William Bowers J. Johnson, Sylvester 
Blish, J. Dickinson, Levi Coe, Hiram Hodge 

Lieutenants.— L. B. Churchill, William Woodward, Geo. 
Hale, Thomas Danforth, Linus Wilcox, Spicer Leonard, 
Chauncey Goodale, Vacant, Alfed Cailey, Jesse Loveland. 
Ensigns. — Charles Franc-it 2d, Israel Bailey. Gideon 
Wells, W. W. Bulkley, Bethuel Roberts, Bulk ley Wet. 
more, William White, Lysis Lamb, Wm. P. Stow, H. W. 
Brown. 

Flank Company. 
Captain. — Josiah Goodrich. 
Lieutenant. — Josiah W. Griswold, 
Ensign*— Ralph Wt^e* 



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K fle Companies. 

Captains.— James Tibbals, Edward Lewis, Harry Strong, 
Amos Miller. 

Lieutenants. — Franklin Kelsey, Russel Penfield, Eben 
ezer Post, Elisha S. Newton. 

Ensigns. - Charles B. Darrow, David Williams, Harvy 
Smith, Perez Sturdevant. 

Fourteenth Regiment. 

Chester Grannis, Colonel. 

Solomon S. Flagg, Lieut. Colonel, 

John Woodford, Major. 

Norman Hart, adjutant. S.P.Lee, paymaster, Julius 

S. Barnes, surgeon. Jonathan Cone, chaplain. C. H. Austin, 

surgeon's mate. Ira Stanley, jr. sergeant major. Eli 

Moore, quarter master sergeant. Leonard Winship,drum. 

major. Ebenezer Bivans, fife major. 

Captains. Edward TiXlotson, Cyprian Goodrich, Fran- 
cis Hart,Roi!in Atkins, Levi Upsom, Giles Goodman, Jesse 
Sanford, Ambrose Hast. 

Lieutenants. Bryan Porter, J^hn Lee, jr. Normaiw 
Hart, Titus M. Roberts, William .Barnes, Timothy Wood^ 
ruff, Zera Woodford, Truman Smith. 

Ensigns. Elijah O. Grid ley, Seth Hook, G. W. Southard,) 
Josiah Reed, Amos Bradley, John Flagg, Stanley Day,j 
Daniel Griffin. 

Fiank Companies. 
Captains, Root ©ridley, Jnhn H, Cooke. 
Lieutenants. Renseliaer Carter, Erastus Scott. 
Ensigns. Lewis Foot, Sidney Woodruff. 

R fie Company. 
Captain. Wfttteffi Marks. 
Lieutenant. Joseph $ Peck. 
Ensign. Sheldon Sperry. 

Seventeenth Regiment 
Isaac Phelps, u< Ion el. 
James Cornish, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Orson P. Phelps Major. 
George C. Owen, adjutant. Alfred Owen, quarter mas- 
ter. William U Gay, pay master. *tfUen McLean, chap J 



87 

lain. Joseph F. Jewett, surgeon. G. R. Phe!ps, surgeon'* 
mate. Alonzo Phelps, sergeant major- L. B. Norris, quar- 
ter master sergeant. R. A. Kendall, drum major. Almond 
Gi!!et, fife major. . 

Captains. Virgil Pettibone, Alfred Sikes, S. S. Hoskins, 
G, F. Hillyer, Zenas Dyer, J.C Sheldon, Elam Ekndail, D- 
B, Holcomb, Chcuncev Moses. 

Lieutenants. Obed Hig'ey, Alfred Austin, Mo- es Ensign, 
Virgil Cornish, Luther Hig»"ey, Artemas King, Justin Hays, 
Hiram Campbell, Ansel Humphrey, 

Ensigns. Hiram Fuller, Warren Lewis, Wm, Mitck'dson, 
Allen Pinney, Isaac Mills, Horace Phelps, A. N. Holcomb, 
G. Yiets, Chester Moses, 

Flank Companies. 

Captains. William Fuller, Gift W. Adams. 

Lieutenant*. James Hastins, Roland Hayes, 

Ensigns* Henry Wright, Chester Hayes. 
First Regiment Cavalry. 
Samuel Belcher, Colonel. 
Miles Foot, Major. 

Elisha M. Jenks, Adjutant, Alfred Holt, quarter master.- 
E. Pinney, paymaster. A. S. Wheaton, chaplain. John 
Chubbuck, surgeon- Terry, surgeon'* mate. 1*. 

\V. Grant, sergeant major. Martin Peas, jr. quarter mas- 
ter sergeant. 

Firtt Company. Harlow Casr, captain. J. A. Tyler, 
first lieutenant. O. C. Phelps, second lieutenant. F. Mc- 
Neal, cornet. 

Second Company. Robert Thompson, captain. Freder- 
ick Marsh, 1st lieutenant, fcsher C. Stiles, 2d lieutenant. 
L. T. Rice, cornet. 

Third Company. Orrin Holt, captain. Lyman Colburn, 

1st lieutenant. Pratt, Id lieutenant. — ~ Paul, 

cornet. - t .'. 

Fourth Company. Jerima Bliss, capt. Jonatba'n'C'ark, 
1st. lieut. Solomon Billings, 2d lieut- Eliazur Pinner, jr. 
cornet. 

Fourth Regiment of Cavalry. 
Richard Wilcox, Colonel. 
Sidney JTadswoith, Major. 



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Norris Wilcox, adjutant. J. L. Williams, chaplain. Jf* 
XV. Sturges, quarter master. Samuel D. Hubbard, pay 

master. Zephaniah Swift, surgeon. Sheldon, 

sergeant major. Wyllys Wilcox, quarter master sergeant. 
Vacant, trumpet major. 

First Company. John B.Smith, captain. R. B. Baile^, 
1st lieutenant. Stephen Mildrum, 2d lieutenant. Elisha 
Plum, cornet. 

Second Company. [No returns J 

Third Company. [No returns.) 

Fourth Company* Benjamin Hopkins, captain. John 
Ellis, i&t lieutenants. Olcott Cheney, 2d lieutenant. Gurd- 
on Wells, cornet. 



SECOND BRIGADE. 

Dennis Kimberly, esq. Brigadier General. 
William R. Hitchcock, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
N il.iiam M. Smith, Brigade Quarter Master* 
George Spalding, Aid de Gamp. 

Second Regiment. 
Gorge 1. Whiting, Colonel. 
\Viliiam" Piatt, Lieutenart Colonel. 
Wyiiys Hemmingway, Major. 
Wiiliam S. Hotchkiss, jr. adjutant. Isaac H. Townsentf, 
quarter master. Avery C. Babcock, pay master. Benj. 
M. Hill, Chaplain. 'Isaac Jennings, surgeon. Charles 
Hooker, surgeon's mate. Nathaniel A. Bacon, sergeant ma- 
jor. Ailing Brown, quarter master sergeant. Jesse Par- 
dee, drum major. Isaac Fibbals, file major. 

Captams. Rirdsey Brooks, Nathan Gunn, Erastus B. 
Bills/ Samuel bherwood, jr. Vacant* Vacant. Lyman 
Smith 3d Amos Thomas, _ l . - 

Lieutenants. George Rowland, John L- Lambert, Al- 
bert Cone, Ebenezer Fisher, Wyllys Hemm.ngway, Josenh 
M. Davis, Daniel L. Holbrook, Mark Sperrv. 

Entws. John Durrie, David Camp. Va6ant. Ql.ver 
B. Sherwood,Ruel Andrews, John R. Perry, Garnt Smith, 
Ebenezer P. Parker. . 






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Fiank Companies. 
Captains — Curtiss Summers, Philip S Galpin. 
Lieutenants— \lfred M a l!et, Charles Niooli. 
Ensigns— Wi l a m Fowter, Charles B< Whittlesey. 

Rifle Company. 
Captain— -Samuel Putter. 
Lieutenant- Calvin Beach. 
Ensign-Sehh Clark. 

Seventh Regiment. 
Aaron Bushne!l, ColoneT. 
Selden Huntington, Lieut. Colonel. 
Robert C. Peters, Major. 
William R. Clarke, adjutant. Reuben Stannard, quarter 
master. Joseph H. Hayden, paymaster. Sylvester Setden, 
fchaplain. Reynold Webb, jr. surgeon. Samuel W.Pratt, 
surgeon's mate. Edward Sar.ford, sergeant major. Na- 
thaniel C. Sanford, quarter master sergeant. Aaron Ste- 
rens, drum major, Smeon Brooks, fifr. major. 

Captains. John Bushnell, 3d, Daniel Ventress, Daniel 
M. Giiswold, Ambrose W. Post, Alanson Redfield. Va- 
cant, Stephen Johnson. 

Lieutenants. John L. Whittle ey, George B. Bailey, 
David P. Kelsey, Sidney Bunnell Vacant, Noah Ship- 
L .an, Seiden Gladwin. 

Ensigns. William A. Pratt, Daniel M. Tyler. Va- 
ia.it. Henry Williams, Mernt Kelsey, Giles O. Clarke, 
Isabel Honifoy. Flank Com])anies. 
Captains. Martin Griswold, (Jhauncey Child. 
Lieutenants. 7*uckminster B. fcldnrkin, Selden Skinner, 
Lnsgm Nathan Lane, Giles B a'.nard, 2d 

Rifle Company. 
Capta'ui— Charles W. Hayden, 
Lieute?iant-Tsv>ah P. Post, 
ii^si.gn— HartL. Murray. 

Tenth Regiment 

Walter itomh, Odonel. 

Lleazur Warner, Lieut Colonel. 

Geo ge A. Foot, Major. 

Timothy W. Baldwin, Adjutant. IJenrj Seranton, Quar- 

er Master. Phi'o Hull, Pay Master. Charles J. Hinsdale, 

Jhaplam. Vacant) Surgeon. \\ ilioughby L. Lay, Surgeon's 



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Mate Howel Merriman, Sergeant Mnjor. William Ev4I 
arts, Quarter Master Sergeant. George Weld, Drum' J 
Mejor. William Hill, Fife Major. 

Captains.— Vacant, Joei Curi'>«, James Black storip,f 
Harvey Smith, Vacant* Anson MaUfwin, R<ehard Fowler,, 
James H. Benton, Lever>tt Cook, Asher fino-inson. 

Lieutenants — George Bartlett* Leandef Parmelee, Jo- 
seph Goodrich, Vacant, Ichabod Scrasiton, WaHer Rj 
Foot, #enj, Rossiter, Wm. Field, Wm, P. Brooks, Vacant, 

Ensigns. — Ru?sel Benton, Martin Jones, John Tyler, jr. 
Eliada Sanford, Vacant, Levi &ose, Abraham Conn, AuJ 
gU9tus Bishop, Joel Potter, Asahel Harvey. 
Flank Company. 

Captain. — Joel Rice. 

Lieutenant.— 'Samuel Williams. 

Ensign. — Ward Johnson. 

Rifle Company. 

Captain —Julius Yale. 

Lieutenant — Arba Merriam. 

Ensig7U — Will a m M e r ria m . 

Twenty- Second Jlegim en f . 

Moses Pond, Colonel. 
Marcus Bronson, Lieut. C- lore 1 . 
John Foster, M;jo'. 
David Hayden, jr. Adjutant. Frederick \. White, Quar- 
ter Master. Edward A Cornwall, Pay Master. Alphens 
Geer, Chaplain. John I). !Vfear>, burgeon. Henry Hitch- 
cock, Surgeon'u Mate. Ezra Diekerman, Sergeant Majrr. 
Edwin R. Yale, Quarter Master Sergeant. John Smith, 
Drum Major. Lucien Judd, Fife M* jor. 

Captains — Vacant, Vacant, Wsiham Lawrence, Trr- 
isan Davis, David IVl.Hotchkiss, Al in Sperry. J. Docmand. 
Lieutenants. — Edward Weston, Jo, 1 Mos, En'os H.' 
Curtis, William H. Hint-, Andrew Smith, Oliver S. Chat- 
field, Javen Wooding. 

Ensigns. — John P. Kingfhury, John JBarnei*, Ely C. 
Birdsey,J. Hopkins, Kidad H>teUki>s, C, Sperry, Vacant. 
Flank Companies. 
Captain*. — Chanrcey Root, Chauncey Peck. 
Lieutenants. — Lauren Frishie, Alfred Dnolitlle. 
Ensigns. — Samuel J. Holmes, YV.llbm lictchkiss. 



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SECOND DIVISION. 

Consisting of the third and fifth Brigades. 

Amar'tah Kibbee, Jun. Esq. Major Genera?. 

Major Kbenezer Clark I Aids- de camp. 

Major Jobiah B. Turner S * 

Lieut. Colonel George L. Perkins, Division Inspector. 

Major Wm. P- Cteaveland, Jr. Division Q. Master. 

THIRD BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 5cJ, 8th, 18th and 20 h regiments Infantry.* 
Nathan Pendletou, esq. Brigadier General. 
Nathan S. Pendleton, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Horatio N. Tracyj Brigade Quarter Master. 
Noyes Billings, Aid-de-0'amp. 

Third Regiment. 
John C. £ly,Colone!. * 

Sylvester Champion, Lieut Colonel. 
Zebulon Brock way, Major. 
Stephen J. Lord, adjutant. Richard D. Lord, quarter 
master. Charles L. Peck, paymaster. Lathrop Rockwell, 
Chaplain. Vacant, Surgeon. Samuel H. P. Lee jur:. sur- 
geon's mate. John Danforih, Serjeant major. Henry R. 
Selden, quarter master ser;eant. Samuel Darrow, drum, 
major. Oliver Maynard, fite major. 

Captains. James BuJkley, Henry Mather, John W. 
Haughton, Daniel Watrous, Roswell Caulkin?, John G. 
Jewilt, Selh B. Lathrop, Gideon T. Chape!. 

Lieutenants. Thomas L. Fox, William. E. Con(e, 
Joshua Baker, James L. Strickland, Richard Chapef, 
Clement Fossick, Christopher N. Miiiard, John Bush 

Ensigns. Richard Rogers, Benjamin Billings. Lyman 
Mayanrd, Jason Bcckwiih, ttiman Cava* ly, Ezra Brock- 
way, jun. Encs Gates, Robert Furgo, jun. 
Flank Companies. 
Captains. Lyman Ailyn, Lemuel Dickinson. 
Lieutenant*. Sianley G. Trott, Henry Miner. 
Ensigns. Wra. VV. Billings, Woodward Marsh. 



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Eighth Regiment* 

Joseph D. Mason, Colonel. 
Roswell Allyn, Lieutenant Colonel. 
George Ayer, Major. 
Russell Gallup, adjutant. Giles Wheeler, quartermaster. 
Jonathan E. Culver, paymaster, Ira Hart, Chaplain. Tho~ 
mas T. Weils, Surgeon, Wm. Hyde, surgeon's mate, Geo. 
Noyes, serjeant major, Samuel B. Wheeler, quarter mas- 
ter sergeant, Samuel A. Newton, fife major, Noyes Holmes, 
drum major. 

Captains. Peleg Hancock, Asa P. Sedgcomb, Samuel H e 
Prentice Vacant. Isaac Geer, Ezra Hewit. Vaeant. 
Thomas Williams. 

Lieutenants. Vacant Hadley Fish, Robert Palmer, 
Kinney Gallop, Ebenezer Gallup, Dudley Wheeler, John 
Brad, Wm. "William*. 

Ensigns. Giles C. Smith, Vacant, Latham Browning, 
William H. Campbell, Vacant, Vacant, Vacant, Aldew 
Palmer* 

Flank Companies. 
Captains. Vacant. David Coats. 
Lieutenants. Elisha Morgan, Allen Wheeler. 
JEnsigjis* Edwin Chester, Thomas Billings. 

Rifle Company. 
Captain. Henry Ballet. 
lieutenant. Samuel Wood. 
Knsign. Amos I ,9 th am. 

Eighteenth Regiment. 

As-a Koath, Coionel. 

Bamuel Button, Lieut. Colonel, 

Joseph Tilden, iMajor. 

William L'FIommedieu, adjutant. FPrefitiee,qr.master 

Thomas Hutchins, paymaster. David N. Bentley, chaplain. 

Wm. P. Eaton, surgeon. Wm. Tyler, surgeon's mate. 

George B. Ripley, sergeant major, Joseph B. Palmer 

Asa Manning, drum major. Joseph G Lamb, fife major. 

Captains. Benjamin L'Hommtdieu, John B. Crary, 
Henry Fowler, William Ladd, Squire E. Cook, Joseph B. 
Hubbard, Cyrus Palmer, Willi am Crocker. 
Lieutenant. Samuel Rogers, Vacant, John C. Randall, 



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Lee Armstrong, Hezckiah Boardman, Joshua Bumhara, 
George t-i id dings, Ezra Hyde. 

Ensigns. John Dunham, Vacant, Jeremiah R. Stark, 
Oliver Tracy, jr. Samuel Cook, Ebenezer bishop, Samuel 
Sims, Clark Hough. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains. Vacant, Chester Fuller. 

Lieutenants. Isaac Miner, Henry B. Williams. 

Ensigns-, Daniel wilber; jr. John Wattles, 
Rifle Companies. 

Captains. Ezra B. Smith, Asa Child. 

Lieutenants Joseph Leonard, jr. William Smith. 

Ensigns. Lester Hyde, jr. Vacant. 

Twentieth Regiment, 

Elisha Covell, Colonel. 

John T. Peters, Lieut. Colonel. 

Jehiel Annable, Major. 

George B. Smith, adjutant. Charles I. Cooley, qr master 

Diodate 1. Usher, paymaster, Isaac Parsons, chaplain. 

Ezekiel N. Parsons, surgeon. Royal Kingsbury, surgeon's 

mate* Thomas Eddy, sergeant major. Daniel Russell, 

marter master sergeant. YVadsworth Richmond, drum 

najor. Daniel Chauncey, fife major. 

£No return of company officers.) 

FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 5th, tlth, 19th, and 23d regiments Infantry 
and second regiment Cavalry. 
Andrew Wells, Esq. Brigadier General. 
Jlhe\ d. Bissel, Aid de Camp. 
Asa May, .Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Horace Gay lord, Brigade Quarter Master. 

fifth Regiment. 
Erastus Lester, Colonel. 
Samuel S. Moseley, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Waterman Clark, Major. 



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Benjamin E. Palmer, adjutant. Storrs, quarter 

master. Daniel Burgess, surgeon. Eleazar LUchiieid, 
surgeon's mate. Edwin New&ury, sergeant major. A- 
inaudrix A. Foster, quarter master sergeant. Hezekiah 
P.- Brown, drum major. John H. Wiliard, fife major. 

Captains, David pierce, John Gallup, Justin Swift, 
Thomas Eenyon, Harris Arnold, Chauncey F. Cleave land, 
Hezekiah M. Baker, Joseph J?ond. 

Lieutenants. Jofcn Day, Christopher Hall, Benjamin 
pfecry, Benjamin Crarey, Parker Hiil, J. Foster jr. Thom- 
as Webb, Ilufus ^afford- 

Ensigns.- Herbert Williams, Oliver S. Kenyon, Elipha- 
let Young, Rufus W. Kennedy, Warren G. Patten, Ed- 
mund Cummings, Benjamin Howey, Lucius Carter. 
Flank Companies. 
Captains. David Spencer, Stephen Coit. 
Lieutenants. Benjamin Bacon, Harvey Clark. 
Ensigns. Ebenezer Williams* Albert M. Andrews. 

Rifle Company. 
Captain — George Cady. 
Lieutenant, Samuel Hutchins. 
Ensign. Marvin Robinson, 

Eleventh Regiment. 

William Alexander, Colonel. 

Calvin Day, Lieutenant Colonel. 

James Lyon, Major. 

George Warren, adjutant. George Danielson, quarter 

master. Abiel May, pay master, Roswell Whitmore, 

chaplain. Daniel Lyman, surgeon. Thomas Hubbard, jr. 

surgeon's mate. Calvin Leffingweil^ergeant major. Hosea 

R. Houghton, quarter master sergeant. Lewis Trowbridge, 

drum major. Libeus Washburn, fife major. 

Captains. Joseph M. Perrin, Asa Lyman, Dan Culler, 
Eisha Danieldson, George Goodell, Joteph Benson, An. 
drew A. Williams, Charles Crawford, Vacant. 

Lieutenants. Peter Chandler, Joseph Lyman, Otis .Bar- 
stow, Warren Stearns, Asa Lyon, Lemuel Bixby, Moses 
Chandler, Moses C. Sessions, Jona, Shinner. 

Ensigns. Henry S. Sweeting, Moses Lyon, 3d, Jilisha 
Leavens, Jonathan Dexter, Chandler Briggs, Augustus 



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Bixby, John CharaberHu, Eleazur Corbin, Frederick 
Lamed. 

Fiank Companies. 

Cuptainn, — Samuel Reynolds, VV illard Russel, Robert 
D. Sharpe. 

Lieutenants. Abe) Co; bin, Thomas Atrcsby, George 
Williams. 

Ensigns. John Works, Orrin Pervin, Israel Ojgood. 
Rifle Companies. 

Captains. Ralph James, John J. Greene. 

Lieutenants. John Richmond, Herbut A. Read. 

Ensigns. Septimus Davidson, (Stephen Crosby. 

Nineteenth Regiment 

Robert M. Abbe, Colonel. 

Carlos Chapman, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Nathaniel O. Kellogg, Major. 

John Cooley, jr. Adjutant Rutus G. Pinney, Quarter 
blaster. Joseph 13. Pitkin, Paymaster. Ansel Nash, 
map lain. Charles S. Thompsou, Surgeon. Vacant Sur- 
eon's Mate. Gilbert Allen, Sergeant Major. Zephaniah 
Llden, Quarter Master Sergeant William Moore, Drum 
tfaior. Cnarlea Morgan, Fife Major. 

Captains. Jonathan A. Bush, George A. Howard, Va- 
ant, Alfred Thrasher, Cyrus Russell, Joseph Smith, Lem- 
el Cushman, Harry W. Minor. 

Lieutenants. Harman Terry, Gurdon Isham, Orrin 
fomeroy, Parley Converse, Eli/ah Billings, Sanford Martin - 
milip Or«utt, Allen Hammond. 

j Ensigns. Alva Chapin, Sherman Chapman, Asa Fuller, 
barren Orcutt, Horace Sikes, Martin M. Kinney, Samuel 

■ Speiman, Sanford Grant. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains. Samuel S. Fuller, Daniel Blodget, Charles 
feacham. 

Lieutepanis, William B. Loomis, Horace Orcutt, Heze- 
iah Eldrklge. 

Ensigns. Jabez. King, Henry Walbridge, David B.Gil. 
ert. 



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Twenty- Third Regiment* 
Chester Daggett, Colon eft* 
Amos liugbet Lieut. Colonel. 
Vacant, Major. 
Eber Dwnham, ad/utant. Stanley White, quarter mas- 
ter, Origen Storrs, paymaster. Chauncey Booth, chaplain* 
O^ren Hunt, surgeon. Oliver K. Isham, >urgeon's mate. 
Samuel B. Dagger, sergeant major. David Keyes 2d, 
quarter master sergeant* Joseph F. Loomer. drum major. 
Mason Morgan » fife major. 

Captaihs. Charles Arnold, Edward G. Huntington, Ro- 
ger Loomis, Joel Yv . White, Joshua 13. ^iiles, Eleazar 
Loomis '2d, Armiw Bolles, William Brown, Tho's Hough. 
Lieutenants. Ersstus Smith, David Cabcock, Alpheus 
Kingsley, WtUiam Hunt jr. Otis Dimock, Harvey Wright, 
Henry njorkjr. John VV. gquire, Septtmius Burnham. 

Ensigns. Jabez S. Cummings, John C.Rose, Vacant, 
Austin isham, Vacant, Calvin Daggett, Henry Curtis, jr. 
Asa Farnum, Jated 5jark. 

Flank Companies. 
Captains. Jesse Spafibtd, Samuel Collins. 
Lieutenants. Joseph Conant, Calvin Whitney. 
Ensigns. Darius Dexter, Joseph #edloe. 

Rifle Company. 
Captain. Vacant. 
Lieutenant. Harvey Kingsbury, 
Ensign. Erastus Ta Scott. 

Second Regiment Cavalry. 

John C Howard, Coiontl. 

John Kendall, Major. 

Joseph F. Keyes, adjutant, Jeremiah Mason, quarter 

master. Charles Grosvenor, paymaster. Philo Judson, 

chaplain. Norman Brigha'O, surgeon. Russel Hubbard, 

surgeon's mate. Chester Child, set geant major. Samuel 

P. Sumner, quarter master sergeant Nathaniel Hodskins, 

trumpet major 

First Company. Jonathan Gut ley, captain. (Jurdon 
Searls, 1st lieutenant. William A. Lathrop, 2d lieutenant. 
JZachariah Zficknell, cornel. 

Second Company, benjamin Smith, captain. Waldo 



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Parkis, 1st lieutenant, Henry Angel, 2d lieutenant, Uriah 
C« Prince, cornet. 

Third Company. Gurdon i?ailey, Captain. Salmon L. 
Williams, Isi lieutenant. Amos Fowler, jr. 2d. Etastus 
Hutchinson, cornet. 

Fourth Company. Abiel Fox, captain. Lorin Brown, 
1st lieutenant. M ait hew Borven, 2d lieutenant. Royal S, 
Watson, Cornet 



THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the fourth and sixth Brigades. 

Morris Woodruff, Esq. Major General. 

Major John Wolcott, Aid de Chin p. 

Lieutenant Colonel Wiliiam S. FTolIahird, Division Inspector 

Alajor John M. Sterling, Division Quarter Master. 



FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 4th, 9th, 1 5 tU and $4th Regiments Infantry, 

and 5th Begiment Cavalry 

Eli L. Hawlcy, Esq. Brigadier General. 

Charles Jesup, Brigade Major and li.£pt:ctor. 

//an ford Ljor, Aid-de-Camp. 
Sherwood Sterling, Brigade Quarter Master. 

Fourth Regiment 
Federal 2?rir{sroade, Colonel. 
Henry Sherwood, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Robert Knap, Major. 
Roswell Lewis, adjutant. Alanson F. Lewis, quarter 
master. John M. Thompson, paymaster. Wm. B. Nash, 
surgeon. Jessup Alvoid, surgeon's mate. Vacant, chap- 
lain. William Mills, sergeant major. Isaac V* ells, quarter 
master sergeant. 

Captains. Epliraim H Burr, David Gorham, John B. 
lienneit, Abj/ah Wallace, Eliphalet Banks, Solomon Cur- 
tiss, Loil.w; od SheltOD, Wi'lian Richards. 
Lieutenants Samuel Perry* Eliakin Hough. Charles 

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Wakeman, Lyman Baldwin, Morris Alvord, Charles Gil- 
bert, Prestoa B. Warner, Vacant. 

Ensigns. Hezekiah Sturges, jr. John N. Andrews, Na- 
thaniel L. Huld, Samuel B. Ferguson, Elijah Banks, Ed- 
yard Johnson, Summers Crofoot, Vaeant. 
Flank Companies. 
Gaptains. David Wayland, Vacant, Charles De Forest. 
Lieutenants. Anson Wakeley, Charles Perry, Joseph 
C. Lewis. 

Ensigns. Ephraim T. Edwards, Charles Bennett* Phi- 
lo Andrews. 

Rifle Company. 
Captain. David Corning. 
Lieutenant. Daniel Levingworth. 
Ensign. Samuel B. Benedict. 

Ninth Regiment. 

Charles Hurlbut, Colonel. 

William W. Hawley, Lieut Colonel. 

Henry R Sellick, Major. 

John Clapp, adjutant. Burr Keeler, quarter master. 

Nelson Adams, paymaster. Sylvester Baton, chaplain. 

Charles W. Taylor, surgeon. John A. M'Lean, surgeon's 

mate. Edwin Hu.lbut, sergeant major, Samuel Smith, 

quartermaster sergeant. Jonathan i?eers, diuna major. 

George Hoy t, fife m tjor. 

Gaptains. Joseph Selliek, D~ake Mead, Henry Chiches- 
ter, Thomas A. Mead, Lewis Raymond, David Banks, jr. 
Alford Taylor, Vncaut. 

Lieutenants. Morehouse Adams, Isaac Lvon, Asa E. 
Smith, Zain»on Minor, David S. Mathers, Hiram Ferris, 
Hemy Sellick, Vacant 

Ensigns. Thomas V. Dixon, Gideon Ferris, Cha'les 
Te'.Mff, William Bush, Isaac Northrop, Luke Holmes, Malt- 
by Ttlliff, Vacant. 

Flank Companies. 
Captains. William H. Holly, Israel Peek. 
Lieutenants. Daniel (r. :<cott. Henry Mead. 
Ensigns. Joseph Ferris, Gilbert V. Finch. 
Fifteenth Regiment. 
Joha L, Andrews, Colpnel, 



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Reuben Blackman, Lieut. Colonel. 
Anson H. Stewart, M> jor. 

Edward Taylor, adjutant. Timotb) B, Hlcock, quarter 
master. Vacant, pa) master. John G. L( we, chaplain. 
Kussell Botsfoid, surgeon Vacant, sui goon's mate. Au- 
gustin Hoyt, sergeant major. Henry Burril quarter master 
sergeant. 

Captains. Oliver Andrews, Horace Warner, Asahel Bee- 
be, Amzi Rogers, David S. Dibble, Ezra G. Nerthrc-p, Ho- 
mer B Sherman- 

Lieutenants. David Ambler, Albert N. Gaylord, Abram 
Stew, Lewis Beatdsley, Wm. B. Bristol, Cyi us E. Hunger- 
ford, Orasge Smith. 

Ensigns. David H. Boughtop, John Bue!, Charles Dart, 
Horace Hodge, Wm. H. Lake, Holmes HubLel, Curtis Mor- 
Iris* 

Flank Companies* 

Captains. Elijah BoUford, Vacant. I 

Lieutenants. Abel B. Terr ill, David Northrop. 

Ensigns. John Curtis?, Gerardius Hunger fold. 
Twenty- fourth Regiment. 

Phineas Chapman, Colonel. 
Nehemiab Ket ler, Lieut Colonel. 
Bradford Win ton, Major. 
Admond Fanton, adjutant. Hiram Olmsted, quarter mas- 
ter. Abijah Ressique, paymaster. Davit) Burr, surgeon. 
Jeclidiah Hawley, sergeant major. Daniel Chapman, quar- 
ter master sergeant. Ma/or i/cughlon, drum major. Je- 
remiah Olmsted, fife m*j »r. 

Captains. Walter Jones, Vacant, Daniel S. Sanford, 
Stephen Hoyt, jr. Eliphalet T. Smith, Gamaliel N. Bene- 
dict, Edward Todd, Aiza Meeker. 

Lieutenants. David Keeler, George Mead, Eli Mal'ory, 
Stephen Seward, Ephraim Lockwnod, Jo!m Abbott, Brad- 
ey Gould, David Sanford, VacaW. 

Ensig?is John ^u.ith, Vacant, Curtiss Met chant, ??kr. 
lei Smith 3d, Moses Bulklcy, Coleman Rockwell, Burr 
iVakem&n, Geoige Middlebrook. 

Flank Companies. 
Captains. James Stewart, Uufus St. John. EbenezerS. 



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Lieutenants. Stephen Jackson, Samuel Carter, Ira Bald- 
win. 
Ensigns* *Wm. Lee, Henry Walesbury, Ezra Sillirnan. 

Fifth Regiment Cavalry* 

ilaw ev Morehouse, Colonel. 
Pertius D. Potter, Major, 

S muel Brown, adjutant. Matthew fc Mitchel, quarter 
master. Joel VV Northrop, paymaster. S targes Gilbert, 
chaplain. Warren R Fowler, sui geon. Je'iiel Williams, 
sui'geon's mate. George Seele\, sergeant major. Asa Pick- 
et, quarter mister serge ni'jt- 

First Company. Nathan Beardsley, 1st lient. 

Second Company. Frederick Seeiey, captain, Wrn. B. 
Hoyi, 1st lieut. Czar £tarr, 2d lieut. Hubbel Wiidman, 
cornet. 

T/wd Company. Selden Lewis, captain. William Lock - 
wo-nl, j st lieut, Henman Atwood, 2d lieut Joseph H. 
Wo'.m- off, cornet- 

Fovr-th Company. Sliuhael H. Cushrnan, captain. Leve- 
rett Alien, 1st lieut. Simeon Ford, 2d lieut. Henry Mer. 
win, cornet* 



SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the hith, iJth, 1 6th, and S^st Regiments Iu" 

lanii-y, amJ 3d Regiment Cavalry. 

Duel tattle, esq. Brigadier General. 

Charles F »e"dgwiek, Brigade Major and Inspector, 

John H. buttle, U igadi Quarter Master. 

Juson W kiting, Aid -de -cam p. 

Twelfth Regiment. 

Channcey Gratis, Co onel. 

Erastus smith, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Chiles Hecock, .vi jor. 

John Merwin, a jna<;t. Alvin Mine, quarter master. 

Merrick hemming way, paymaster; Grove L. Browaell, 

chaplain. Horatio Gi*d ley, burgeon. Roderick C Steele, 

sergeant major. — — Parker, quarter master sergeaut 



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Vacant, surgeon's mate Joseph Grumney, drum major. 
Silas Frost, Fife n 

Captains— Samtu 1 Sherman-, Charles C. Hinman, Sam- 
uel Jackson, Merrit \\ Barnes, lthiel Hickox, Erastus 
Reynolds, Joseph \ Lewis, Leonard Bronaon. 

Lieutenants David C Bt c u, 1 boma9 Johnson, Joseph 
Amble. , Joseph S French Seymour Morehouse, Christo- 
pher Aliyn, Vacant, La bqsd G I'owusenil 

Ensigns — Vacsnt, Vacant Ji> hua Biid, A'shbel H. Love- 
land, Sherman Holister, Nathan Kingsley, James W akeley, 
Ebenezer Smith. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains— Reuben R. Hotchkba, Anson Bradle)*. 

Lieutenants — John Curtiss, Barlow Russel, 

Ensigns--' Asahel Strong, Samuel Botsford. 

TJiirteenth Regiment* 

John Russel, jr. Colonel. 

Se*reno B. Gilbert, Lieutenant Co.lonel. 

Jared b Harrison, Major. 

Garra A verill, adjutant. Nathaniel Church, jr. quarter 
master. Wm. H Walton, paymaster. Pitkin Cowles, 
chaplain. John Calhoun, Surgeon. Solyman Russel, sur- 
geon's mate. Harry tiigley sergeant major. James M. 
Johnson, quarter ma ter sergeant. Rosweil Clark, drum, 
major Hiram Hinman, fife major. 

Captains — John isham, John Smith, 2d. Charles V. 
Clark Jothua VV. Stanton, Anson Rogers, Chauncey Bunce, 
Vacant. Joseph Lord. 

Lieutenants Vacant, Ezra Stone, Edmund Gay, <— 
Holmes, Earl Johnson, Henry Belden, Oi'ville Stephens, 
Ephraim Lord. 

Bw>i%n$— Vacant, David Comsioek, 2d. Charles E. — 
Noah S. Martin, E. Cotton, Luther Dean, Nathaniel jt?en» 
edict, jr. Seth B. St. John. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains — Hiram Holcomb, Seth Pierce. " * 

Lieutenants — Vacant, Phhieas Baldwin. 

Ensign 8~~ Leonard Lawrence, Rufus Paine, jr. 



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Sixteenth Regiment. 

Augustus Coleman, Colonel. 
Miles Smith, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Tracy Marsh, Vtaj jr. 
Lewis Catlin, j". adjutant. Leveritt Tutt!e, quarter mas- 
ter. Ralph G. Camp, paymaster. Luther Hart, chaplain. 
Samuel Buel, surgeon. Samuel R. Childs, surgeou's mate. 
Jlomer Jacket, sergeant major. Wm. M. Clark, quarter 
master sergeant. John Rust, drum major. Stephen H. 
Tyler, fife ma/or. 

Captains ^SRm\ie\ P. Bolles, Willard Gaylord, Johnson 
Cleveland, Elihu Barber, Charles Wright, James M. 
Pierpont, Fitch L. Bissel, Russel Carter, Vacant. 

Lieutenants— Daniel Baldwin, Peter JVI. Roberts, Nor- 
man Wilson, Lorin Whittmore, Lorenzo Hart, Harraan 
Baldwin, Anson Colt, jr. Darius Webb, Noah B. Smith. 

Ensigns— E D. Bradley, Amasa M. Chapin Shelden 
Barber, Marcus Munsell, Reuben M.Gibbs, Alanson Hall, 
Ely'ah M. Gaylord, Gavry Morris, John S. Harrison. 
Flank Companies. 
Captains. Frederick Buel, Horace Roberts, Levi 
Marsh. 

Lieutenants. Leonard Kinney, Horatio A. Norton, An- 
drew a tough ton. 

Ensigns. Charles Jones, Erastus Merwin, Jacob Biakes- 
tey. 

R He Company. 
Captain. George Marsh. 
Lieutenant. Harmon Bissel. 
IZtisign. Daniel G. Humphrey. 

Twenty '-$ irst Regiment. 
Jasper Bid well, Colonel. 
Augustus Pease, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Elitha Smith, Major. 
Lambert Hitchcock, adjutant. Theodore Hinsdale quar- 
ter master. Darius Phelps, pay master. Jason ./?eaeh, 
chaplain. No return surgeon. No return surgeon's mate. 
Richard Doolitiie, sergeant major. — Bidwell, quarter 
master sergeant. No return drum msjor. No reun? fife 
major. 



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Captain*. Absalom Well?, Lester Loomis, Frederick 
Phelp , Abie! Case, Hiram Gay lord, Abiel Beach, Jason 
S :i ge, An.asa Mallory. 

Lieutenants. Rufus Curtiss, William Selby, jr. Willard 
Hart, Matthew Alien, Aaron Tibbals, Thomas D. Bosworth, 
Giles H. Bass, Chester Soper. 

Ensigns. Lucus Catlin, Samuel T. Jones, C, Humphrey, 
Jehie! Cuse, Halsey Sievens, Benson Coc,Stephen P. Glintou, 
Samuel Cades. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains. Pinney North, Salmon Merrill. 

Lieutenants. Stephen to. French, Joseph W elle. 

Ensigns. Sanford Allen, Abu-am Wilcox. 

Third Regiment Cavalry. 

Lorrain Bartlett, Colonel. Jannah B. Phelps, Major. 
Ezekiel Woodford, Adjutant. Andrew Dimmeck, Quar- 
tcr Master- William Uockwell, Pay Master. Leonard B. 
Lathrop, Chaplain. Lulher Tinckner, surgeon. Vacant 

surgeon's mate. Bartlett, sergeant major. 

Stevens, qnarter ma&ter sergeant. 

First Company. Elias H. Jocelyu, captain. Samuel 
Rnshnell, 1st lieutenant. Frederick Yale, 2d lieutenant.— 
U> i Bushnell v coinet. 

Second Company. Uri Taylor, captain. John Hunge - 
ford, 2d lieutenant. 1st lieutenant vacant Abner Loomis, 
cornet. 

Third Company. Norman Kellogg, captain. Lester 
Newton, 1st lieutenant. Harry Seymour, 3d lieutenant.-— 
Ni*us Kinney, cornet- 

Fourth Company. Julius Alfreds, captain. Chester 
C. Gosley, 1st lieutenant. Fhiio Morse # , jr. 2d lieutenant 
Norman Cook, csraet 



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BRIGADE, OF AUTILIiERX. 

Consisting of three Regiments of Light Artillery, and 3 

Regiments of Horse Artillery 

Nathan Johnson, Esq. Brigadier General. 

Oliver D. Cooke, jr. Biisride \Ljor and Inspector. 

Horace W. Goodw; •, brigade Quarter jMaster. 

John Olmsted, *id-dt-Camp. 

First Regiment of Light Artillery, 
Josiah Dean^ J r - Colonel. 
Charles ('t>Jt, Liei>terif<n» Colonel. 
• George Spaftotd, Major. 

Loren P. Waldo, adjuiaat. Albermarle Washburn, quar- 
ter master. George Howe, pay master. Cornelius 13. Ev- 
erest, chaplain. Chester Hunt, surgeon. George Wolcott, 
surgeon's mate. Benjamin Warren, sergeant major* An- 
drew B. Baldwin, quarter master sergeant John jSingham 
drum major. W. Weaver, fife ntejor. 

Captains. No return, Nathaniel Merrick, Lucius Cady, 
Selah /frown, No return, No return, Jarvis Smith, J« 
Clarkj J. E. Paul, Joseph M. Stanton* 

Is^. Lieutenants. No return, Vacant, Frederick Tyber, 
Robert Sharp, No return, No return, Elijah M Saffbrd, 
Augustus Gay, Lucas Witten, Thomas Ash, jr. 

%nd Lieutenants No return, William Smith, Albigenee 
Scarborough, Hezekiah Edgerton, No return, No return, 
Samuel Webb, Elisha P. Porter, Joseph L. Cutler, Cha's, 
P. Williams. 

Second Regiment of Light Artillery. 
Eli A. Elliot, Colonel. 
Aurora Case, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Solomon Olmsted, Major. 
r Samuel Dodd, adjutant, Thomas Maygati, paymaster, \V\ 
H. Lynde, quarter master, Hector F. Phelps, do. Joy H. 
Fairchild, chaplain, Richard Eells, surgeon, Wyllys Wood- 
ruff, surgeon's mate, Elias Pratt sergeant major, 'Solomon. 
Hosford, quarter master sergeant, Orria H. Dee, drum ma- 
jor, Wareham Fuller, fife major. 



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Captains. Edward P Harring-ton. Reuben Hough, Jo- 
seph Chut eh, Jabez South w'ek. Dudley Clark, Vacant, H. 
All) n Ruius Crane, Thomas ii. Sill 

1st Lieutenants. Charles H Olmsted, Wells It. Ryin£- 
ton, On iii • ebstei , Vacant, ttoswe I Itrainard, William 
H. Ha'lock, Amos Beach, jr. Natnan Unswo'.d, 2d. J ohn 
Bill, .jr. 

Second Lieutenants Matthew C. Cadwell. Elisha Man- 
ross> AUyn Goodwin, Charles C. onklm, David B. Vent- 
ress, Wdliam Mather, jr.'Riv^nus Doug'ass, Titus Coan, J. 
B.Southmayd. 

Third Regiment Light Artillery. 

William OdeU, Colonel. 

Charles Foote, Lieutenant Colonel. 

William Burwtll, Major. 

M. A Durand, adjutant. Henry Hoichkis3,[quarter mas» 
ter. William B Thomas, paymaster, H. Croswell, chap- 
lain. C. B. Foote, surgeon. A.. S. Munson /surgeon's mate, 
Wm. S. Smith, sergeant major. E. W. Hazen, quarter mas- 
ter sergeant. George D. Hine, drum major. J. E. Cork- . 
er, fife major. 

Captains. Ira Gregory, A. E. Sherwood, Noah S. 8a» 
nam, A Harrison, Welcome G'eer, William Sum, Marshall 
Perry, Alvin Leete, Jona R. Wilcox. 

Firsi Lieutenants. L. S. Hoit, P. C. P : xlee, Samuel P. 
fcandatl, P. B. Hine,- John Gunn, Clark Wooster, R.Smith. 
Joel G.iswold, Frederick W\ Scranton. 

Second Lieutenants. Harry S'arr*, Vacant, A. Camp. 
Vacant 2d and 3d lieutenants, S. Pendleton, 4th lieutenant, 
Krastus Loverage, Hiram Warner, S. Williams, R. Fowler, 
Selah Lee, 



Horse Artillery. 

First Regiment. 
Pbilo Harrison, Colonel. 
Thomas Hubbard, Lieutenant Colond.] 
Enoch VV. Piatt, Majop. 
Constant Kirtland, adjutant George K inland, pay mas- 
ter. Asa King, Chaplain. Rufus Turner, surgeon, Asa 



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V. Kinp*, surgeon's mate. Harry Hall, sergeant major.— I 
Ralph Pratt, quarter master sergeant T. Russel, trump 

First Company. Vacant captain, T. Bartholomew, 1st! 
iicut. PJiak'm Lesley, 2d lieut- Miner Fowlty, 3d litut. 
J. Gilbert, 4th Chat Its M Fowler, cornet 

Second Company- ThadtfeotfOboke* esrptafci, Yaeant 1st I 
and 2d lieulenaiits, Warous Ives, 3d lieut. Sylvester Huil f) 
4th Heut. Qrrin Andrews, Cornet* 

Third Company. Leverett 1 re at, captain, leverett Car- 
rington. 1st Heiit. Enoch Wordiuff, 2d iieut. Charles Ben- 
bm, 3d lieut. Marcus Baldwin 4ih lieut. Nflyes Clark, 
cornet. . 

Fourth Company. George Clark, captain, Bazelia J. 
Meigs, 1st lieut. John VernW, 2d lleet. Vacant 3d lieuts 
Mo return 4th lieut. Abel H. Hinkky, corset. 

Second Regiment, 
Henry Hazen, Colonel. 
Thomas Thomas, Lieuten; nt Colonel. 
Daniel D. Fdgerton, M'jor. 
Appleton Meach, adjutant. William D. Ripley, quarter 
master. Thomas Robbins, pay master. No return chap- 
lain. William H. Cogswell, surgeon. Gerade C. Lester, 
surgeon's mate. Asa Hartshorn, sergeant major. James 
Michfll, quarter master sergeant. 

First Company. Oliver Warren, jr. captain. Brainard 
Palmer, 1st iieut. Henry Baile} . 2d Iseut. Wm Palmer, jr. 
Sd heut. A. Olmsted 4th 1 e-.it. lH\Len G. Daniels, cornet. 
Second Company. Ill hu Marviu, c^ptam. i^trnabas 
Huntington, tst lieut. M. M. Perkins, 2d iieut, bime*.n A. 
Spic-er, 3d lieut. No further returns of this company. 

Third Company. David Baldwin, captain, Thomas Ed- 
wards, 1st Iieut. Latham Y. Avery, 2d lieut. Asher Pren- 
tice Jr. 3d lieut. John P. babcock, 4th lieut. Bradford 
Ames, Cornet. 

Third R eglm ent. 

David Hill, jr. Colonel. 

George Shelton, L eutenant Cclenel. 

Charles Heudee, Major. m 



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Roswell Husted, 'adjutant. Abraham Hubbard, cyiarl^r 
master. Zalmon Knapp, paymaster. Ambrose 5. Todd, 
chaplain. Elijah Middtebrook, surgeon. Stephen Ylid- 
dlebrook, surge n's mate. Abraham H. Close, sergeant 
major. Horace Hill, quarter master sergeant. 

First Company, Samuel C. v urtlss, cap ttin. Christo- 
pher N Shelton, 1st lieut John Wheel-sr, tfd lieut. No re- 
turn of 3d and 4th lieutenants, Abel Hall, cornet. 

Second Company. James Scott, jr. captain, Joseph Siili. 
roan, 1st lieut. Canine! W Knapp, L ZA lieutenant* John L. 
fcilliman, 3d lieut. Samuel Scott, 4th lieut. William Scott, 
•ornet. 

Third Company. James B. Wilner, capfa T n, D. Jen- 
nings, 1st lieut. W Bulkley, 2d lieut. B. S let v\ qod,3d lieut. 
J. W. Buckley, 4th lieut YV. Nichols, cornet. 

Fourth Company. Vacant, J. R Wood, 1st lieut. Silas 
Wood, ,2d lieut. J. -jcofield 3d lieut. John Dean, 4th lieut. 
D. ft. Sc- field, cornet. 



MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 



COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 



Hartford — Rev. Joel Mawes 
Joel H. Linsley 
Carlos Wilcox 
Nathan Perkins, d. b. 
Kt. Rev. 1 no's C Brown- 



el U ». D- LL « !>• 

Nath'lS Wheaton 

— — Grosvenor 

John Bisbee 
Merlin — Koj al Robbins 

Newton Skinner 

Samuel Goodrich 

P.urality 

Vacant 
Uristol— Jonathan Cone 

Daniel Wildmau 



Burlington— 3 on*. Miller > 
ErastusCapp J 

Dutus Lnsign M 

Canton — Jeremiah Hallock 



_snac Kimball 
East- Hartford 

Joy H Fail child 
Qast IVmdser 

I'homas Robbins 

Shubael Barlleit 
Enjield 

Francis L. Robbins 

Jeremiah F. Bridges 
Farming ton — Noah Forter 

Beia Kellogg 

Harvey Biuhnell 



i) 



GlaFienki/ry—Cirieb Birge 

Jacob Alien 

Nathan B, Burgess 

Jerrin»ah Stocking 
Grav/hi) — tsss c Porter 

Vac .nt 

Random Warner 

V " ? ant 
Ha- ilcnd — Amrai Linsley 

INatbaiiie; Gaylord 

Adofphns Ferry 
Manchester, Enoch Burt 

-- Dwinnel 

Jllarlbyrough 

David 13. Ripley 

Plurality 



108 

Simshtry, Allen McLean 

Plurality 
Southington, 

Davi(! L.Ogden 

Pin ality " E 1 

Siijfield Ebenezer Gay 

Joseph Mix 

Aswhe! Morse . B 

Vacant B 

Wethersfehl 

C. lei) J Tenney 

Jf-ab //race 

Calvin Chapin, D. i>. 
Win fJsor \ Henry A. Rowland 
•loan Bartlett 

Augustas Ztowles B 



COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 



j^w- Haven 
Leonard Bacon 
Samuel Merwin 
Jej emiah Day, I) D. ll. d. ) 
Kleazur T. Filch S 

Harry Croswell E 

7/ent-y Lines U 

Benjamin M. Hill B 

Bradford 

1 imothy P. Gillet 

Matthew, Noyes 

Vacant 

Plurality E 

Cheshire, 
Luke Wood 
Vacant 

Til'otspn Bronson f d.d. E 
Reuben Ives E 

Ash Cornwall E 

Edward I. Ives E 

Derby, Zephaniah Swift 
«#bner Smith 



Ephtaim G Swift 

Stephen Jew it t K 

East-Haven, Stephen Dodd 

Joseph Perry E 

Guilford, Aaron Button 

Vacant > 

Zolva Whitmore 

John Ely 

David Baldwin 

Alva B. Goldsmith B 

Hamden 

Eiiphalet B. Coleman 

Vacant 

Plurality E 

David Bradley • B \ 

Meriden, 

Ch-Ji'les J. Hinsdale 

^shhel Baldwin E 

Samoiel Miller B 

Middlebury, Mark Mead 
Milford, Bezaleel Pinneo 

John Clark 



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North- Haven 

Wm. 1. tioardman 

Plurality E 

Or ford, Vacant E 

Plurality * E 

w[range 9 pteph. W. Stebbins 

Erastus Scranton 

V uant E 

Southbury, Vacant 

N%!i Smith 
W&Uingford, lames Noyes 

Vacant 

James Keeler E 



Setli Ewen B 

Watcbary. Daniel Crane 

\mos Pettingall 

A pheus Geer E 

Jesse frVost 

Bamuej Potter 
Wnlcott, Vacant 

Vacant E 

WtiodhHdge % Jason Allen 

Vacant 

Chauncey Prindle 

Henry Lines 



13 
B 



E 
B 



COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 



New- London 

Abel Met wen 

Bethel Jndd E 

Simeon W.jBec)cw itfi B 

Isaac Stoddard M 

Bozrah— David Austin 

Vacant B 

Colchester Salmon Ccne 

Jacoh Scoles 

Wm. Palmer . B 

Frank in— bamuel Nott 
Gris-wold Horatio Waldo 

Seth Bliss 

Vacant B 

Groton— Timothy Tuttle 

John G. Wightroan L 

Roswell Burrows B 

Lebanon — Edward Bull 

Daniel WalJo 

Erastus Ripley 

Esek Bi own 

Lisbon — Levi Nelson 

Andrew Lee, d. d. 

Amos Heed B 

Lyme— Laihrop Rockwell 

Josiah Hawes 



John R.St- John 

Nathan W ildman B 

Seth i.ee 8G 

Monivlle — Abisha Aldea 

Vacant ' SC 

Henj. G iff B 

Oliver Nelson B 

Norwich Joseph Strong, dd. 
Alfred M itched 

Seth B. Paddock E 

Wm. Palmer B 

North- s ionmgton J. Ayer,jr. 

lonathan Miner B 

Asher Miner B 

Preston. John Hjde 
Vacan 

Plurality E 

Levi Meech B 

Salem Eh H>de 

Vacant B 

Vtonington. Ira Hart 

Elihu ChesebrougU B 

Watered 

Francis Darrow B 

Jonathan Ames B 

T. Rogers, jr. B 



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COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 



Fairfield 

Nathaniel Hewitt 
Itichard V. Dey 
Edward \V, Hooker 
Vacant 
Isaac Bron son 

Mridgepart Vacant 
Hem j R Judah 



JBrsokfeld, Abner Brundage 

Benjamin Penham E 

J) anbury, Wm. Andrews 

John G Lowe 

Josiah D:kemaa U 

Eli Gregory Sand, 

Silas Ambler B 

Nathan CuikJey JB 

Geo Benedict " JJ 

Darien, Ebenezer Piatt 
Qreemttich, — J5ut!er 
, Isaac Lewis, jr 

Piatt itofft-U 
Huntington, 1 "hos.Puntierson 

Menzies Raynet E 

Monroe, Chunncey G, Lee 

Piuralitv 1 

Nerv- Canaan, Wm. Bonne} 

Plurality E, 

Reto- Fair field 
Abraham O. Siansbury 



Neivto-wn, William Mitchell! 



Daniel Bui bans 

John Sherman 
JYorwnlk, Sylvester Eaton 

Henbtn Sherwood 
Redding 

Jonathan 2?art!et 

Lemuel ft. Hull 
Ridgefield, 

Samuel M. Phe'ps 

Nathan .Bw. ton 

Plurality 
Sherman, Maltby Gelaton. 
Stanford, Daniel Smith 

Henry Fuller 

Ambrose S.Todd 

Henry Hoyt 

John EllU 
Stratford, JosI.ua Leaviit 

Vacant 
ir umb nil, Vacant 

Vacant 
Westov, Vacant 

Nathaniel Freeman 

Plurality 
JVrtton, Sylranut Haight 

Levi Dikcrttab 

Origen IMlolcornb 

Le\i Dike man 



COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 



J?rooA%7?,Samuel J. May 

Ambrose Edscn 

Vacant 
Jlshferd, Philo judson 

Keuben Tcrrey 

Vacant 

Ezekiel Skinner 



JB 



Canterbury, Israel^G. Rose 



Thomas J. Mui dock 
George S. White E 

Chaplin, Jared Andrews 
fctias Shajpe C-B 

Joshua Abbe CJi 

Roswel! B\\\ B 

Ebenezer Clark B 

Columbia, Durkl DkkSusca 



Hampton, Daniel G. Spra, 

James /Jornara 
Ki'lMngly, Elisha Atkins 

Israel D.iv 

Roswell Whitmore 

Calvin Cooper 
Jllamfitild 

Anson S. Atwood 

W m. *;iy 

Jonathan Goodwin 
Plain field, Qrin Fowler 

Nathaniel Cole 

Lnring Crosby 
Pom/ret, James Porter 

Walter Lyon 



ill 

Ja me9 B is we 1 J? 

John Paine -W 

Stealing, Geo.YV. Appleton B 

Vacant B 

Phompson, Daniel Dow 

lames Grow B 

Volant own, Vacant 
Wiudham 
•Cornelius B. Everest' 

Jesse Fisher 

Roger 2?inghaiD CB 

Woodstock, Vacant 1 

A'v^n Un-Ierwood 

S*oiuel .backus 

Wni. Tumejr B 



COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 



Litchfield 

Lyman .ZJeeeher, d. d, 

Joseph B. Camp 

Henry Robinson 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Truman Marsh \ , 

Isaac Jones S 
3arkhamsted„ Saul Clark 

Vaoant j 

lethlem, Vacant 

Plurality j 

Canaan 

Charles Pretili&s 

Pitkm Cowley 

Plurality E 

Vacant B 

\olebrooh 

Chauuoey Lee, d. d. 

Rufus i?abcock 
ornwall, Timothy Stons 

Walter Smith 



Vacant * B 

Asa 'iV;--nadge B 

Goshen, Plurality B 

Vacant 
Harwinton, George B. Pierce 
Kent, Laurens P. rlicok 

Geo B. Andrews B 

New? Hartford, Cyrus Y*Ie 



Vacant 
New-Milford 

Andrew Elliot 

Vacant 

Bq >j. Senham 

Vacant 

Eleazcr Beech er 
Norfolk, Ralph Emerson 
Plymouth, Luther Hart 

Koduey Rossi let" 

Plurality 
Roxbury 

Fosdick Harrison 

Plurality 



B 



112 



Salisbury 




Washington 




Leonard E. Lathrop 




Stephen Mason 




Stephen /£eacO 


E 


Charles A I/oardman 




Sharon, 




gfufges Gilbert 


•e 


Frederick Gridley 




George Andrews 


E 


David L. Perry 




lYa.'ertoivn 




Geo B. Andrews 


K 


Darius O. Griswoid 




Torrington 




Fred tf oleoma 


E 


Aiex Gulet 




Winchester, Fred. Marsh 




Samuel J. Mills 




James i?esch 




Fpaphras Goodman 




Samuel Griswoid 




Warren, 




Vacant 




Peter Starr 




Wood'mry 




Hart Talcott 




amuel R. Andrews 




Ananias Doarthic 


M 


G: ove L. Browne 11 






St urges Gilbert 


E 


COUNTY 


OF. MIDDLESEX. 


Mid diet oxvn ' 




East. Had dam 




John R. Crane 




Elijah Pa! sons? 
Isaac Parsons S 




Joshua L. Williams 






Walter Co! ton 




Wm. C Jarvis 


E 


Thomas Miner 




Joseph Vail 




Stephen Hayes 




Simeon Dickinson 




■■■ '■■' Dickinson 




Haddam, John Marsh 




Birdsey G. Noble 


E 


Simon Shaler 


43 


Ebenefcer Washburn 


M 


Killing-worth 




Frederick VVightman 


B 


Asa King 




Chatham 


s 


Plurality 


E 


ifarvesy Ta!cott 




•Pieipont Brocket 


1 


Vacant 




Saybroofc 




Joei West 




Frederick W. Hotchk 


iss 


Smith Miles 


li 


Aaron Hove? 




Vacant 


E 


Sylvester Selden 




Wi*lkm Welch 


B 


William C^se 




Solomon Wheat 


B 


Peter G Clark 


I 


Durham. David Smith 




Vacant 


I 


Vacant 




Asa Wilcox 


I 





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COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 


Tolland. 




Hebron 


Nathan Williams, d* 


% 


Lyman Strong 


Ansel Nash 


Charles Nichols 


Rowland Lalhrop 


M 


Wm.C. Jarvis E 


Bolton 




Peter Griffing M 


Lavius Hyde 




Somers, Win. L. Strong 


Coventry 




Stafford, Harvey Smith 
Joseph Knight 


Chauncey /?ooth 




Geo. A. Calhoun 




Samuel Bloss B 


Augustus B. Collins 




Hez. Davis M 


1 Henry i/rown 


B 


Union, N. B. Reardslee 


| FJhvgton 




Vernon, Amzi l\ en edict 


Diodate 2?rockway 


1 


IVillington, Hubbel Loom is 


Vacant 

\ 


Ml David Lillibridge B 



List of Unsettled Ministers, in connexion wUh the General 
Association, and oj Licentiates from the several Assocl* 
ations. 

UNSETTLED MINISTERS. 

Rev. Messrs. Abraham Ailing, Hampden. Peter Lock- 
wood, Bridgeport. John Noyes, Weston. Samuel Rich, 
Colombia. Reuben Taylor, Warren. Joshua Wiliianas^ 
I?ethlem. Luke Wood, Cheshire. Samuel Whittelsey, 
Chester Colton, Horace Hooker, Hartford. Flavel S, Gay- 
Uord, Hart land. Wra, Lockwood, Glastenbury. Jedidiah 
Morse, d.d. New-Haven. Levi Smith, Kent. Hezekiah 
iliptey ; d. d. Green's Farms. Isaac Lewis, d.d. Green- 
wich. Wm. itelden, New-York. Jonathan Bartiett, Red- 
i ling^. Daniel Crocker, Poundridge. Eliphalet Lyman, 
Woodstock. Ludovicus Weld, Hampton. Amasa Jerome, 
$e w.Hartford. Asahel Gay lord, Norfolk. Isabel Net- 
leton,Killingworth. Calvin Ingalls, Stafford. Wra, Ly- 
can, d« d. John Langdon. Beiliiem. 

LICENTIATES. 

Messrs. George Coan, Guilford. Benajah Y. Morse, 
)anbury John Smith, Groton. Wm. W. Turner, Hnra. 
io N. 'Brintmm)e, Hartford. Ozias S . Eells, J?arkham. 
ted. John Richards ; Bamuel H. Cowles, Farmington, 
8 



114 

Simeon S. Jocelin, New-Haven. Francis //.Case, Cantor?, 
Chauncey Whittlesey. S. L. Pomeroy, Northampton, Sam- 
uel T. Ifabbit, Monroe. John Maltby, JBranford. Geo. 
A. Woodbridge, Norwich. Eltjah Hartshorn, Franklin. 
Edward Robinson, Farmington. .Benaiah V. Morse,Dan- 
buty. i/enry .Benedict, Norwalk. Thomas T. Water- 
man, Epenetus P. Benedict, Bridgeport. David Met- 
calf, Lebanon. Samuel Or ton, Litchfield. Jonathan Sil- 
liman, Saybiook. Nehemiah Brown, Geo. Cone, Guilford, 

ASSOCIATIONS. 

There are in this State thirteen Associations, viz. ^Tart- 
ford North, consisting of nineteen churches— Hartford 
South, of thirteen— Ncw-//aven West, of eighteen— New. 
Baven east of sixteen— New-London of twenty — Fairfield 
West of sixteen — Fairfield East of twelve —Windham of 
twenty-four — Litchfield North of nineteen— Litchfield 
South of sevente en-Middlesex of fifteen-and Tolland of 
fifteen. 

GENERAL ASSOCIATION 

OF CONNECTICUT. 
This body meets annually on the third Tuesday of June. 
Treasurer — Joel H. Linsley, B. d. 
Auditor— Rev. Calvin Chapin, i>. d. 
The next meeting of the General Association of Con- 
necticut will be held at the house of the Rev. Daniel Smith* 
in Stamford, the third Tuesday of June, A. D. 1826. 



DELEGATES. 

To the several ecclesiastical bodies in connexion voiih the- 

General Association. 
To the general assembly of the Prev.byte£i«ti Church, Phil- 
adelphia, third ihursday of May, 1826, 
Rev. Charles A. Boardnian, Shubael Bartlett, Joe! 
.Brace.— Rev. Stephen Mason, Joel Hawes, Joshua L ? Wil- 
liams, substitutes. 



115 

To the general association of Massachusetts, fourth Tues% 

day of June, 1826. 

Rev. Bezaleel Pmneo, James Noyes— Luke Wood, Wra. 
J. iJoardman, substitutes. 

General Association of New-Hampshire, Londonderry, 1st 
Tuesday of Sept. 1825. 

Rev. A'fVed Mitchell, Daniel Smith— Rev, Salmon Cone, 
Nathaniel Freeman, substitutes. 
General Convention of Vermont, Charlotte, 2d Tuesday 

Sept. 1825 

Rev. Joshua Leavitt, Alvan Underwood —Rev. Abner 
Bruitdage, Samuel Backus, substitutes. 
Evangelical Consociation of Rhode-Island, Bristol, 2d Tues- 
day June, 1826. 

Rev. Charles Prentice, F. W. Hotchkiss. — Rev. Ralph 
Emerson, Lathrop Rockwell, substitutes. 

Certifying Committee, 

The following persons were appointed by the Genera! 
Association, to certify the regular standing of minister*! 
travelling from this into other states. 

Rev. Nathaniel Perkins, d. d Calvin Chapin, ». d. 
Jeremiah Day, d. b. ll b Matthew Noyes, Joseph Strong, 
jD, d. Isaac Lewis, jr. Daniel Dow, James Beach, Lyman 
Beecher, d. D. Frederick W. Hotchkiss, Nathan Williams, 

D. D. 

Receivers of JMoney. 

The following persons were appointed receivers of mo- 
ney, in their respective Associations, for the Treasury of 
the General Association. 

Rev. Joy H. Fairehild, Joab Brace, Leonard J?acon 1 
Timothy P. Gi'lett, Salmou Cone, Silvester Eaton, An. 
drew Elliot Ambrose Edson, Charles Prentice, Stephen 
Mason, Isaac Parsons, Chauncey Uooth. 



11(5 
BISHOPS. 

Of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States. 
~Right Rev William While, i>. d« of Pennsylvania. 
Right Rev. John Henry Hobart, d. d. of New* York. 
Right .Rev. Alexauder Viet3Griswold, d. d. of the .East- 

ern Diocess. 
Right Rev. Richard Channing Moore, d. d. of Va. 
Right Rev James Kemp, d. d. of Maryland. 
Right Rev. John Croea, p. d. of New-Jersey. 
Right Rev. Nathaniel Bowen, d< d. of South-Carnlina. 
Right Rev. Thomas C. Browned* d. e.ll. d. of Con. 
Right Rev. Philander Chase, d. d. of Ohio. 
Right Rev, John 3, Ravenscrcft, d, b. of N. Carolina. 

Bishops of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Wm. McKendrce. knoeh George, Robert , Roberts* 

Elijah Beddeuj Joshua Some. 

Trustees of the Bishop l s Fund. 
Rev, Ashbel Baldwin, Rev. Harry Croswell, Jonathan 
Starr, esq. John Morgan, esq. Evan Malbone, esq. Nathan 
Smith, esq. Charles Sigoumey, esq. . 

Rev. Ashbel Baldwin, Secretary. 
Charles Sigourney; esq. Treasurer. 



American Board of Commissioners for Foreign 
Missions. 
Rev. Joseph Lyman, t>. d. President. 
Hon. John Cotton Smith, i*l d. Vice President. 
Rev, Calvin Chanin, d. d. Recording Secretary. Hon. 
William Reed, Rev. Leonard Woods, i>. d. Jeremiah Kt- 
krts, esq. Hon. Samuel Hubbard, and Rev. Warren Fay* 
Prudential Committee— Jeremiah Evarts, eeq. Correspond- 
ing Secretary — Mr. Kufus Anderson, Assistant Secretary— * 
Henry Hill, eiq. ^Treasurer— and Chester Adams, esq. 
Auditor. 



117 
CONNECTICUT BIBLE SOCIETY. 

liev Samuel Notl, President. 

Vice Presidents.— ~Rqv. Calvin Chapin,i>. d. John HaH, 
esq. Re v.Joel Mawes, Jabez Huntington, esq. 

Secretary. Henry Hudson. 

Treasurer. Joseph Rogers. 

Virecting Committee, Samuel Pitkin, esq. Rev. B. A. 
Rowland, Rev. Joab 2?race, Daniel Wadsworth, esq. Rev. 
J.H. Fairchiid, Rev. S. Whittlesey, Mr. Charles Hosmcr, 
Rev. Joel H Linsley, Rev. C. J. Tenney, Rev. i^ela Kel- 
logg, Rev. Shubael Bartlett, Mr. Eliphalet Terry, Deacon 
Timothy Stillmaa, John Sargeant, esq. James R. Wood- 
bridge, Rev Carlos Wilcox, Rev D. Smith, Rev. B. Hooker. 

M r„ Charles tlosmer,. of Hartfo; d, is appointed Genera 
Agent for purchasing and distributing Bibles. 



MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF CONNEC- 
TICUT. 

[Incorporated October. 1812.] 
The General Association is the Missionary Society of 
Connecticut. 

Officers of the Society for the year commencing tkejirst 

Wednesday of August, 1825. 
Trustees.— Hon. Jonathan Brace, John Cal-Jwell, Enoch 
Perkins, Sam'l Pitkin, Tho's Hubbard,W. W.Ellswoi th, es- 
quires. Rev. Nathan Perkins, d. d. Calvin Chapin, d. d. 
Samuel Goodrich, Henry A. Rowland, Noah Porter Joel 
Hawes* Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 

Rev. Samuel Whitteisey, Auditor. 
iion. Jonathan Brace, Chairman. 

Auxiliary Foreign Missionary. Society jor 
Hartford Coufiiy. 
Thomas Day, Esq. President. 
• Rev. Thomas Robbins, Rev. J. H. Fairchiid, Wra.W. 
Ellsworth, Eliphalet Terry, Jos. Trumhullj F. President*. 
James R Wood bridge, Treasurer, 
D. P. Hopkins; Secretary. 
Francis Parsons, Auditor. 



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Auxiliary Foreign Mission Society of Tolland 

County, 

Rev. Hubbel Loomis, President. 

£fi$i!r e * t ? r S i, !! er, 'l Vice P^iidenti, 
Rev. W ilham L. Strong, ) 

Elisha Stearns, Esq. Secretary. 

Jonathan Barnes, Esq. Treasurer. 

Rev. Ansel Nash, Auditor. 



The Domestic Missionary Society, of Connecti- 
jcut and Vicinity. 
Directors.— Timothy Dwight, Timothy Still man, Mat. 
thew Marvin, Richard Hubbard, John Hall; Kev. Messrs* 
Joel Hawes, Caleb J. Tenn^y, Samuel Merwin, Aaron. 
Dutton, Abel McEwen, Isaac Lewis, jr. William Andrews, 
Daniel Dow, Joseph Harvey, Lyman Beecher, d» v* Aaron 
/iovey, Wm. L. Strong, Zephaniah Swift. 

Rev. Leonard Bacon, Secretary. 

Samuel J. Hitchcock, Treasurer. 

Roger S. Skinner, Auditor. 



CONNECTICUT SUNDAY SCHOOL 
UNION. 

Rev. Nathaniel W. Ta3lor, t>. d. President- 
Vice Presidents. — Mr. Timokhy Dwight, Rev. Samuel 
Merwin, Joel Hawes, Lyman Beecher, d. d- 

Managers.— Rev. Caleb J. Tenney, ^?aron Dutton, D. 
Dow, Andrew Elliott, Asa King, Cornelius B.Everest, An- 
sel Nash, Arazi Benedict, Nathaniel Hewitt, Luther Hart, 
Orrin Fowler, Sylvester Eaton, Joshua Leavitt, David 
Smith, Benjamin M. Hill, ; Wm. VV\ Ellsworth, Lemuel 
Sanford, Alexander Smith, Elizur Goodrich, Edward 
Hooker, Horace Colton, Ezra Chappel!, Reuben Rice, 
Charles Sherman, Reuben Granger, Nathan Whiting, Je- 
remy L. Crnss, Cleaveland J. Salter, Mason A. Durand* 
Charles B. Whiti'esey. 

T. D. William*., Secretary. 

Amos Townsend, jr. Treasurer. 



119 
HALE DONATION, 

For promoting' Christian knowledge* 
Instituted at Coventry, in 1804, by Mrs. Sarah Hale, 
deceased. Incorporated in 1814 -has an accumulating 
Fund, b^ one sixth of its annual income. Present Fund 
$4326,50 and an extensive increasing Theological Library, 
TRUSTEES. 
Rev. Salmon Cone, President. 
Hon. Sylvester Gilbert, Treasurer. 
Rev. Chauncey Booth, Secretary and Librarian. 
Rev. Amos ^assett, t>. d. 
George A Calhoun, esq. 
. Nathan Howard, esq. 
ElUha Stearns, esq. 
Annual meeting of Trustees, 3d Tuesday in October. 

COLLEGES, ACADEMIES, &c. 



YALE COLLEGE, NEW-HAVEN. 
[founded, 1700.] 
corporation*. 
Rev Jeremiah D^> , s. t. Di ll. d. 
His Exc. Oliver Woloott, ll. d. 
His Hon. David Plant 
Rev. Joseph Strong, s. t. d. 
Rev. Amos Bsssett, s. x. d. 
Rev. Daniel Smith. 
Rev, And ew Elliot. 
Rev. Calvin Chapin, s. t. d. 
Rev. David Smith. 
Hon. David Hiil. 
Hon. Austin Olcott, m.d. 
Hev, Matthew Noyes. 
Rev. Noah Porter. 
Rev. Daniel Dow. 
Hon. Luther Loomis. 
Hon. Ebenezer Young. 
Hon. Robeit Fairchiid. 



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Hon. John Welch. 
Re?. Aaron Dutton. 

Treasurer, Hon. James Hillhouse, ll. ». 
Steward, Stephen Twining, Esq. 
FACULTY. 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, s, t. d. ll- d. President. 

.Kneas Munson, m. d. Professor of the Institutes of Me- 
dicine. 

Nathan Smith, m. d. c. s m. s. Lond. Professor of the 
Theory atid Practice of Physie, Surgery, and Obstetrics. 

Benjamin SilSiman, m. d. Professor of Cheaustry, Phar- 
macy, Mineralogy, and Geology. 

James L. Kingsiey, A. m. Professor of the Hebrew, Greek 
^nd Latin Languages, 

Eli lyes, m. d . Professor of Materia Medica and botany, 
and Lecturer on the diseases of Children. 

Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, s. t. d. D wight Professor of 
Didactic Theology. 

Jonathan Knight, m. a. Professor of Anatomy, Physiolo- 
gy, and Lecturer on Obstetrics, 

Key. Eleazar T. Fitch A. M. Professor of Divinity. 

Hev. Ghauncey A. Goodrich, A, m. Professor of Rhetoric 
and Oratory. 

Denison Olmsted, a.m. Professor of Mathematics and 
Natural Philosophy. 

Josiah W. Gibbs, a, M. Librarian, and,Lecturer on Sacred 
Literature, 

TUTORS. 

John H. Lathrop, A. m. Sylvester Hovey, A. m. Solo- 
mon Stoddard, a. m. Josiah Brewer, a, m. Luther 
Wright, A. m Edward fteecher, A. m. Isaac Webb, a b. 
Aaron N. Skinner, a. b. 

MEDICAL EXAMINERS. 

Thomas Hubbard, m.d. Wrn. Buel, m. d. Warren R. 
Fowler, m. d. Samuel 2?« Woodward, M, d. 



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WASHINGTON COLLEGE, AT HART- 
FORD. 

Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Browneil, d. d. ll d. President. 

Rev. Geo, VV. Doane, a.m. Professor of Oratory and 
Belles Lettres. 

Horatio Hickok; a. m. Professor of Agriculture and 
Political Economy. 

Frederick Hall, a. m, a. A. s. Professor of Chemistry 
and Mineralogy. 

George Sumner, m. d. Professor of Botany. 

Rev. Hector Humphreys, a. m. Tator. 

A Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, and 
Professors of the Ancient and Modern Languages, will be 
appointed as soon as the state of the College shall require 
it. In the mean time, the duties of those departments will 
be performed by the present Iastructers* 

Students may enter for the regular course, or only to 
pursue such particular studies as may be suited to their cir- 
cumstances. Candidates for admission to the regular 
course, must austain an examination on the following stu- 
dies, as a qualification for the Freshman Class, viz \ Csesar's 
Commentaries, Cicero's Select Orations, Virgil, the Greek 
Testament and Grseca Minora, English Grammar, Arith- 
metic and Geography. Candidates lor an advanced stand- 
ing, must sustain a further examination on those branches 
of learning which have been pursued by the Class they 
propose to enter. 



•American Literary, Scientific, and Military 

Academy, at JVliddletcivn. 

Alden Partridge, a.m. Superintendent. 

Military and Scientific Department. 

A. Partridge, prufessor ot Mathematics, Natural Philoso» 

phy, and Military Science. 

Joseph Barratt, m. d. Physician, and professor of Che? 
naistry, Botany and Mineralogy. 

John R Howe9, professor ot Civil Engineering. 
H. P. Woodworth, Instructor of Mathematicks. and 
Tactick3 % 

£. F. Johnson, Instructor in Malheraatlcks, Practical En- 
ffineerinsr. and Tacticks. 



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V. Donbar, Tnstructer ?n Maine mat »cks and Tacticks. |; 
V. B. Hos ton, Instructer in Mathematicfcs and Tactickg. 
I. D. A Hen, adjutant, and Instructer in Book keeping. 
Languages. 

E. B. Willistrn, a. b professor of the Greek and Latin 
Langu^es and Literature- 

J. Hoibrook, Instructer in tlie Latin Language, and in 
Tacticks. 

F. Peyre Ferry, professor of the French Language. 
P. Prual, professor of the Spanish Language. 

Moral and Intellectual Philosophy, Belles Lellres, and 

History. 

Re?. Walter CoKon, a.m. Ohaplain, and professor of 
Moral Philosophy and Belles Lettres. 

Rev, B. G. Noble, a. m. professor of Intellectual Philo n 
sophy and History. 

Miscellaneous Instruction* 

W. W. Bailev, Instructer of Music. 

Pierre Thomas, Sword Master and Inshucter of Dancing 

Cyrus Ye mans, Instructer of Penmansh'p. 



AMERICAN ASYLUM, AT HARTFORD, 

For the education arid instruction of Deaf & Dumb persons. 

Hon. Nathaniel Terry* President 

Directors chosen at the Annual Meeting) May\5, 1825. 

John Rus% WiHiam Ely, David Watkin&on, iames Ward, 

William Watscn, Charles S ynou', Roswell Bat tholoraew* 

John Butler, James IV Hosrffer, Daniel P. Hopkins. 

Seih Ter»y, Secretary, 

James H. Wells, Treat u^er. 

Mason F. Cogswel', Physician. 

JNSTRUCTERS. 
Thomas H. GaHaudet, Principal. 
Laurent Clerc, 



Laurent Clerc, \ 

Will am W Turner, ( 

Harvey P. Peet. / 

Horatio N. Brin:made, 5 



Assistants. 



Harvey P. Peet, Steward. 
Mrs. Peet, Matron. 
Vacations, Four weeks from the last Wednesday »n 



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April, and four weeks from ihe last Wednesday in Sep- 
tember. 



EPISCOPAL ACADEMY AT CHESHIRE, 

Rev. Tillotson Bronson, d. d. Preceptor. 
Rev. Asa Cornwall, Professor of Languages. 
2/urrage Beach, esq. Treasurer and Secreta; y. 
Anniversary. First Wednesday of September. 
Vacations. From 'the first Wednesday in Sept. three 
weeks ; from the 24th of December, two weeks, from the 
third Wednesday in April, five weeks. 



BACON ACADEMY, COLCHESTER. 

Francis Vose, A. m. Principal. 
Julius Hammond, Assistant. 
Vacations, From the first Wednesday in September, 
three weeks ; from the first Wednesday in January, two 
weeks ; from the first Wednesday in May, two weeks. 
Anniversary. First Wednesday of September. 



PLAINFIELD ACADEMY, PLAINFIELD, 

John Witter, a. m. Preceptor, 

Hiram A. T racy, Usher. 

Rev. Orin Fowler, Chairman of the Board of Trustees. 

George JVIiddleton, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Anniversary. Last Wednesday in August. 

Vacations. From the last Wednesday in August, three 

weelts ; from the first Wednesday in January two vpeeks } 

from the first Wednesday in May two weeks. 



PHI BETA KAPPA. 

Hon. William Hristol, President. 
Joshua W. Gibbs, a. M.Vice President. 
Charles Hooker, m. d. Treasurer. 
Samuel J. Hitchcock, Esq. Cor. Secretary, 



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HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF CONNEC'I 
ICUT. 

Hon. John Trumbull, President. 
Right Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, Vice President. 

Thomas Day, Esq. Recording Secretary. 

Rev. Thomas Robbins, Corresponding Secretary. 

Walter Mitchell, E?q. Treasurer. 

Standing Committee. Hon. Timothy Pitkin. lit. Rc<! 

T. C- Brownel!, Rev. N. S. Wheaton, Martin Wells, estj 

William W. Ellsworth, esq. Professor G. IV. Doane, an | 

the Corresponding Secretary. 



Hartford County Agricultural Society. 

Enoch Perkins, esq. President. 
Martin Kellogg, jr. Horace Cowles, Vice Presidents. 

John L. Comstock, Corresponding Secretary. 

Harvey Seymour, Recording Secretary. 

Frederick Oakes, Treasurer. 

Cyprian Nichols, Auditor, 

Samuel S. Stebbins, Chairman of viewing Com. 

Joseph Pratt, Chairman Com. of Produce. 

Martin Ellsworth, Chairman Com. of Inspection. 

Backus W. Birge, Chairman Com. of Manufacture*. 

Joseph Porter, Chairman Com, of Ploughing. 

Harvey Seymour, Seedsman. 



RETREAT FOR THE INSANE. 

Nathaniel Terry, President. 
Thomas C. Browne!!, Vice-President. 
David Watkinson, Treasurer. 
Samuel Tudor, Auditor* 
Jonathan Law, Secretary. 
Directors. Michael Bull, Eli Todd, James Dodd, Sanv 
Bel B. Woodward, Wm. Jjuell, Thomas Hubbard, Thomas 
Robbins, Henry Kilbourn, Roger M. Sherman, James Ward, 
Mason F. Cogswell, John S. Peters, John Russ, Eli Ives, 
George Sumner, John W. Holly, Enoch Burrows, J, Day, 
Mart »n Welles, Jonathan Law. 

Visitor*. Mason F. Cogswell, Samuel B. Woodward, 
Thomas Miner. George Sumner, John L. Comstock, Ed- 
ward P. Terry. 



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Incorporated cities. 



HARTFORD. 

Hon. Nathaniel, Terrv, Mayor* 
Aldermen. 

lomas Day, | Cyprian Nichols, 

in Caldwell, I Gaius Lyman, esquires, 

William Conner, City Clerk. 
Horace Wadsworth, Renj. Hastings, Sheriff's. 
Nathaniel Goodwin, Treasurer. 
Elisha Dodd, Auditor of City accounts. 
Benj Hastings, Collector. 
Common Council-Men 
Foscph Pratt, David Porter, Joseph B. Gilbert, Roswetl 
itholomew, Henry Kilbonm, William Ely, II. L. EUs- 
ith, Jesse Savage, Samuel G. Goodrich, O. D. Cook, ir. 
m. Hills, W r m. Hayden. 

City Court held on the first Tuesday in each month. 
Annual meeting, first Tuesday in June. 

NEW-HAVEN. 

George Hoadley, Esq. Mayor* 
Aldermen. 

ieon Baldwin, I Dennis Kimberly. 

n. H. Jones, | Wm. W. Boardmaa. 

Elisha Munson, esq. City Clerk. 
Andrew Kidston, esq. Treasurer. 
John Scotfc Elihu Munson, Sheriffs. 
Common Council-Men. 
William Mix, David Kimberly, Joseph N. Clark, Philip 
nders, Benj. Sherman, Anthony P. Sanford, Charles 
itwiek, Giles Mansfield, Alexander Harrison, Daniel 
)wn, 2d, Charles A. Ingertoll* 

3ity Court held on the first Tuesday of each month. 
Annual meeting, first Tuesday in Jan*. 



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NEW-LONDON. 

Hon. Jekemlaii G. Brainaed, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Xsoae Thompson, | John P. Trott, 

Lodowick Fosdick, | Robert Coit. 

John A. Fulton, esq. Treasurer. 
William F. Brainard, esq. Clerk of the City Court. 
Ebenezer Way, esq. City Clerk. 
Henry Jepson, Thomas S. Badet, Sheriffs. 
Common Council' Men. 
John Way. Nathaniel Saltonstali, Peter S. Mercer, Jona- 
than Starr, jr. Charles S. Stockman, William P. Cleave-| 
land, jr. 
City Agent. — Wm. P. Cleaveland. 
City Court held on the firfct Monday in each month. 
Annual meeting, second Monday in June. 

MIDDLETOWN. 

Hon. Samuel W. Dana, Mayor. 
. Aldermen. 

Matthew T. Russel, | Henry Carrington r 

John Hinsdale, I Richard Bub bard. 

Gee. W. Stanley, City Attorney. 
John Fisk, City Clerk, Treasurer, and Clerk City Court 
Jacob Roberts, John Bound, Sheriffs. 
Common Council- Men. 
Samuel Cooper, Robert Johnson, Jason Mildrum, Joseph 
Taylor, James Frazer, Calvin Riley, John Selden, Henry 
Paddock, Randolph Pease, Richard Rand, Samuel South- 
may d, Henry Chauncey. 

Annual meeting, 3d Monday in January. 
City Court, 2d Tuesday in each moath* 

"boroughs. 



STONINGTON. 

Elisha FaxoBj esq. Warden 
Nathan Smith, Clerk. 



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COLCHESTER. 

John R. Walrous, esq. Warden. 
Burgesses —David Deming, Simuel A. Peters, John 
Murphy, D Kellogg, 2d, Samuel H.Fox,E. VV. Newton* 
Amherst D. Scovcll, C.erk, 
Avery Morgan, Treasurer, 
John C. Bulkley, Bailiff. 

DANBURY. 

Samuel Wildman, esq. Warden. 
Burgesses. Zalmon W ildman, Fr end Starr, Elias So 
Santbrd, Samuel Tweedy, ISfieura Wiidman, Matthew B. 
jWhitilesey. 

Eljah Sanfordj Treasurer. 
Matthew Cartis, BaiM". 

ESSEX. 

Obadiah Spencer, esq. Warden. 
Burgesses. — Llias Red field, Feiix Starkey, Samuel Ing- 
|iam, S. VV. Pratt, Ambrose W. Post, A. F. Whittesnore. 
Christopher B. Rogers, Bailiff. 
Amasa Pratt, Clerk. 

GUILFORD. 

William Todd, esq. Warden. 
Burgesses— Comfort *tarr, Samuel Ft obinson, Jonathan 
ishop, Jedidiah Lathrop, Joha B. Chittenden, Friend 
ollins. 

Samuel C, Johnson, Treasurer, 

Jonathan Bishop, jr Builff. 

Abraham S. Fowler, Citric. 

KILLINGWORTH. 

George Carter, esq. Warden. 

I Burgesses. Wm. Carter, J. Stanton, Abiel A. Loomis 5 
Jimuel Buell, David Dibble, Edward Wilcox. 
Edward Wilcox, Bailiff. 
r?„: 1 yvl:../i , rn„„i. 



WATERBURV. 

Jehn Kingsbury, esq. Warden. 
Barqes&es—- Joseph Burt on, Austin Steele, Jas ML &co« 
velle, Joseph Porter, Mark Leavenworth, Bennett Bron* 
soa. 

Edward Field, Treasurer. 
Joel Binman, Ctev/c. 
Daniel Steef, jr. Bailiff. 

' BANKS IN CONNECTICUT. 



HARTFORD BANK. 

Hon. Nathaniel Terry, President. 

Horace Burrs Esq. Cashier. 

Directors. Nathaniel Terry, David Watkinson, James 

H. Wells, James Ward, Eliphaiet Terry, Gad Cowles, Wm-s 

W. Ellsworth, Nathan Morgan, Herman Hendricks, Amos 

M. Collins, James /?. Ilosmer, Charles S. Phelps. 

Annual Meeting of the Stockholders, £d Thursday of 
June, 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays- 
Notes for Discount to be lodged before 12 o'clock, on those 
days. 

Capital Stock, St ,299 700. 

PHCENIX BANK. 

Charles Sigourney, President. 

George Beach, Cashier. 

Directors— Charles Sigourney, David Porter, Reuben 

Langdon, Griffin Stedman, Ward Woodbridge, Cyprian 

Nichols, Eliphaiet Averill, Jesse Savage, William Ely, 

Thomas K» Brace, Charles Jenks. 

Jeremy Hoadly, and Solom»n Porter, on the part of the 
State. 
Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 
Notes for discount to be lodged before 12 o'clockl 
Capital stock, gl, ICO.000. 



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Branch Bank at Litchfield. 
Benjamin Tallmadge.esq. President. 
Austin Kilbourn, Cashier. 
Directors— Benjamin Tallmadge, Charles L. Webb, 
Seth P. Beers, Samnel Buell, Joseph Battel!, Daniel Ba- 
con, Jabez W. Huntington. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Notes to be lodged before 12 o'cloek- 

CONNECTICUT BRANCH OF THE 
1TNITED STATES' BANK. 

C Located at Hartford. J ^ 

Enoch Parsons, esq. President. 
Joshua P. Burnham, Cashier. 
Samuel H. Parsons, Attorney to the Baak> 



NEW-HAVEN BANK. 

JEneas Munson, jun. esq. President^ 

Henry R. Pynchon, Cashier. 

Directors.— JEnesiS Munson, jun. David Daggett, Titu3 

Street, Simeon Baldwin, William Leffingweil, Stepheu 

Hoggins, Joel Root, Abraham Bradley, Henry Denison 3 

John Nicholl, on the part of the State. 

Annual meeting of stockholders, first Thursday of July. 
Days of discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of busi- 
ness from 10 o'clock, A. M. to 3 o'clock, P.M. 
Capital Stock, §335,000. 

MECHANICS' BANK, NEW-HAVEN. 

Directors.'— Nathan Smith, Abraham Bishop, Abraham 
Heaton, W. J. Forbes, Wm. W. Board#nan, Russell Hotch- 
kiss, Samuel F. Lambert, John J. Lambert, Thos. Pioctor, 



UNION BANK, NEW-LONDON. 

William P. Cleave land, esq. President. 
Robert Hallam, Cashier. 
Director s. -William P. Cleaveland, George Hallam, Jo- 
9 



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nathan Starr, Joseph Perkms e John Hallara, Robert Coit, 
Peter Richards, Ezra Chappell, Jonathan.Starr, jun. John 
O.Miner, William P. Cleaveland, jun. Archibald Mercer, 
Latham Avery. 

Annual meeting of stockholders, first Thursday in June. 

Days of Discount, Tuesdays atd Fridays. Hours of busi- 
ness* from 10 to 12 o'clock, A. M. and from 2 to 4 o'clock, 
P. M. 

Capital stock, §100,000. 



NEW-LONDON BANK. 

Elisha Demson, esq. President. 
Anthony Thatcher, Cashier. 
Directors.— Elisha Denison, Isaac Thompson, Jacob B. 
Gurley, Thomas W. Williams, Noyes Barber, Ezra Chap- 
pell, Charles Griswold, Ralph Is ham, Nathaniel S Perkins. 
Annual meeting of stockholders, first Tuesday of July. 
Days of Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of bu- 
siness, from 10 to 12 o'olock, A. M and from >2 to 4 o'clock, -* 
P. M. 

Capital stock, gi29,625». 



MIDDLETOWN BANK, 

Elijah Hubbard, esq. President. 
Thomas Hubbard, Cashier. 
Directors. — Nehemiah Hubbard, Elijah Hubbard, John 
R. Watkinson, Samuel Gill, Samuel D. Hubbard, William 
L. Storrs, Henry Chauncey, John D. Johnson, Chauncey I 
Iteming, Joseph Hill, Jonathan Huntington, iun». 
Capital Stock, g394,000 6 



NORWICH BANK. 

Jabez Huntington, esq. President. 
Francis A. Perkins, Cashier. 
Directors-— Jabez Huntington, John L. Buswell, Charier 
P. Huntington, Benjamin Coit, J. €*•• W. Trumbull, Joseph 
Williams, Nathaniel Shipman, Joseph Huntington, Jacob W. 
Kinney, Asa Fitch, George L. Perkins, JaradKTreat, W« 
C. Oilman. 



131 

A 

ness, from 10 to 12 o'cloc 



annual meeting of stockholders, third Monday of Juno* 

Days of discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of bnsi- 

f, from 10 to 12 o'clock, A. M. zm\ "from 2 to 4, P. M. 



THAMES BANK, NORWICH. 

W.lHam P. Greene, esq. P- evident. 
Lyman Brewer, Cashier. 
Directors.— William P. Greene, Roger Huntington, ' Jo* 
seph Perkins. William C. Giiman, Calvin Goddard, Amos 
H. Hubbard, Joseph Breed. 

Cdpitii 8eoa,oofo 



STONINGTQN BANK. 

William Randal!, esq. President. 
Francis Air.v, Cashiev. 
Directors. Wm Randall, Giles H. Hallam, Wra> Wil- 
liams, Ephraisn William^, Cim'on Trumbull, William 
Lord, Peleg Denison, John W. Hull, Cytus Williams, Rus- 
sel Wheeler, Erastus T. Smiib, Joseph D. Mason. Jesse 
D.Noyes. 



WINDHAM COUNTY BANK. 

Joseph Eaton, Esq. President. 

A. White, Jr. Cashier. 

Directors. Joseph Eaton, Vine Robinson, John McLel- 

lan, Andrew T. Judson, E. C, Eaton, Ebenezer Young-, 

James Gordon, Rufus Adams, Wm. Putnam, B. i\ 

Spalding, Herbert Williams. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY BANK. 

Henry Belden, esq. President. 
J. J. Barnard, Cashier. 
Directors.— Henry Belden, Ebenezer Jessup, William J. 
Street, William St. John, Clark Bissell, David Hoily, Ben- 
jam4n Isaacs. 

Branch Bank at Danhuwj. 

Zalmon Wildman, esq. President. 
Cartiss Clark, Cashier* 



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Zalmon Wildman, Samuel Tweedy, David Foote, Wm. 
Haw ley, William Meeker, Elijah Sanford, Tho's T. Whit- 
tlesey, Directors. 



MIDDLETOWN SAVINGS BANK. 

Nehemiah Hubbard, Esq- President. 

Vice Presidents, John Hinsdale, and Samuel Gill. 

Directors Nebemiah Hubbard, John Hinsdale, Samuel 
Gill, Samuel Southmayd, Charles Brewer, Wm. L. Starrs, 
Horace Clark. 

NORWICH SAVING SOCIETY. 

Charles Rockwell, Esq. President. 
Vice Presidents. Jabez Huntingdon, John L. Buswell, 
W. C. Gilman, Geo. L. Perkins. 

Directors* John Lathrop, Richard Adams, Joseph Wil- 
liams, C. P. Huntington, ErastusCoit, 11. Huntington, John 
13f$&d, Lyman Brewer, J. W. Kinney. 

F. A. Perkins, Treasurer. 
Joseph Williams, Secretary. 



MARINE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



HARTFORD. 

John Caldwell, esq. President. 
William W. Ellsworth, esq. Secretary, 

MIDDLETOWN. 

Joseph W. Alsop, esq. President. 
Samuel 13. Redfield, esq. Secretary. 

NEW-LONDON. 

Elisl.a DenisOn, esq. President. 
David Coit, esq. Secretary, 



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NEW-HAVEN. 

G. Totten, esq. President. 
John Shiproan, esq. Secretary. 

OCEAN, NEW-HAVEN. 

Roger Sherman, esq. President. 
Truman Woodward, esq Secretary and Treasurer. 



FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



HARTFORD. 
Nathaniel Terry, esq. President. 
Walter Mitchell, esq. Secretary. 

iETNA, HARTFORD. 

Thomas K. Brace, esq. President. 

Isaac Perkins, esq. Secretary. 

PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY, HARTFORD. 

William W. Ellsworth, esq. President. 

Thomas C. Perkins, esq. Secretary. 

HARTFORD BRIDGE COMPANY. 

Griffin Stcdman, esq. Prcsideat. 

Simeon Lyman, esq. Treasurer. 

Charles Dodd, esq. Clerk. 

NORWICH FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY* 

John L. Buswell, esq. President. 

Joseph Williams, esq. Secretary. 

NORWICH MUTUAL ASSURANCE COMPANY. 

Ebenezer Huntinarion, esq. Treasurer, 
Ir^^k W;n; "« •* i . 



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DANBURY AND NORWALK INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Office at D anbury. 

Samuel Tweedy, esq President, 

Alanson Hamlin, e : q. Secretary. 

Office at JVarsffalk. 

William Leek wood, esq. President. 

Stephen D.St. John, esq. Secretary. 



UNION COMPANY. 

For Clearing JJars in Connecticut River. 

Nathaniel Terry, esq. President. 
Elislia Colt, esq. Clerk and Treasurer. 



Association for Improving the Navigation of Con- 
necticut River. 
James M. Goodwin, esq. Secretary. 
Diin el Buck, esq. Treasurer. 
Directors -David Porter, Daniel Buck, Wm. Ely, \V1r5 
!!. Imlay, Ward Woodbridge, Alfred Smith, Geo. lieach, 
Thomas K. Uraee, Henry Kilbourn. 

Connecticut Iliver St cam Boat Company. 

iieotv L El'swonh* esq. President. 
I)irectors~lUv,vy L. Ellswonb, William C. Redfield* 
Richard Hubb^d, Jeremiah Brown, James Thomas. 
Jeremiah Brown, Treasurer. 
Daniel P. Hopkins, Secretary. 

Association for constructing a Canal from Nor- 
wich to JWassachuseits. 

C&tvin Goddard,esq. P resident. 
John M'Clellaii, esq. Vice Preside; t. 
Adams White, jun. Tseasurer and Secretary. 



135 ^ 

CONNECTICUT 

MEDICAL SOCIETY. 



Thomas Hubbard, m. d. President, 
Eli Ives, m. D. Vice President. 
John S. Peters, m. d, Treasurer. 
Jonathan Knight m. d. beeretarf. 
Fellows from the several Counties, 
Hartford County. Eli Todd, m. v. Samuel B. Wood- 
ward, m. d. George Suraner, Charles Woodward, Julius 8. 
Barnes, m. p. 

JVeiv-tJaven County- Eli Ives, m. d. Isaac Jennings, 
Lyman Parker, John Titsworth, m. d. Reynold Webb, 
M. d. 

JV&tv- London. Nathaniel S. Perkins, John O. Miner, 
M. d. W m. P. Eaton, m d. Archibald Mercer. 

Litchfield County. \\ arren R Fowler, m. d. William. 
Buel, M. d. Roswell Abernetby, Conant Catlin, Luther 
Tichnor. 

Fairfield Cmnty. Elijah Middlebrook, m. b. Samuel 
Simons, William J. £heIton, Cyreneus Booth, m. p. John 
Tomlinson. 

Windham County. Andrew Harris, Waldo Hutfchin5 T 
Chester Hunt, William Webb, m u. "Elijah Baldwin. 

Middlesex County. Thomas Miner, m. d. Samuel Car- 
ter, m. B. Frederick Morgan, m. d. 

Tolland County. Allen Hyde, Orrio Hunt, Abijah 
Ladd. 

Clerks of the several Counties. 
Edward P. Terry* Hartford County. 
<31rarles Hooker, New -Haven. 
Richard P. Tracy, New-London 
Elijah MiddlebroOk, Fairfield. 
Horatio Gridley, Litchfield. 
Waldo Hutchiss, Windham. 
Richard Warner, Middlesex 
Eleazer liu t, Tolland, 



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MASONIC. 



WASHINGTON ENCAMPMENT 

•f Knights Templars, held at New-London and Colchester, 
Most Em. Andrew Harris, G. Commander. 
Em* Thomas Hubbard, Generalissimo. 
Em. Frederick Morgan, Captain Genera!. 
Sir Jeremy L. Cross, Prelate. 
Sir John Barker, Senior Warden. 
Sir Asa Child, Junior Warden. 
Sir Asa Bigelow, Treasurer. 
Sir Wm, T. Turner, Recorder. 
Sir Samuel H. Fox, Sword Bearer, 
Sir Uriel Fuller, Standard Bearer* 
Sir Leonard Hendee, Warder. 

NEW-HAVEN ENCAMPMENT. 

9« K John Barker, Grand Master 
Laban Smith, Generalissimo. ' 
Nathan Smith, Captain General 
Rev. Benj. M. Hill, Prelate 
James Carrington, Senior Warden. 
William H. Jones, J. Warden 

Nahum Flagg, Warden 

Frederick Lee, Master of Finances, and 
Kev. John M. Garfield, Master of Dispatches 
Darios Biggins, Sentinel. 

Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons^ in Conn, J 

M. E. Eiizur Goodrich, G. H. P. 

E. Thomas Hubbard, IX G. H. P, 

E. William H. Jones, G. K. 

E. Frederick Lee, G. T. 

E. John Mix, G. S. 

Kev. Com* Benj. M. Hill, G. (X 







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Grand Lodge of Connecticut 

M. W. Elizur Goodrich, jr; G. M. 

R W. Daniel B. Brinsmade, D G. M. 

James Carrington, G. S. VV. 

James M. Goodwin, G. S. W. 

La ban Smith, G. T. 

William H. Jones, G. S. 

GRAND COUNCIL 

Of Select Masters in the State of Connecticut. 
T. I. Elizur Goodrich, G. P. 
I. Jererav Hoadly, D. G. P. 
I. John L. Lewis. G.T. I. 
!■ Jeremy L. Cross, OK P. C. 
I. George Putnam, G. C.G. 
I. Andrew Kidston,G. T. 
I. Wm. H, Jones, G. R. 
I. and Rev. Menzies Rayner, G. C. 
I. Amos Doolittle, G. S. 
I. Augustus Andrus, G. T. 

COUNCILS 

Under the jurisdiction of the Grand Council of ^Select 
Masters in the * State of Connecticut. 
No. t Woleott, Hartford 

2 Montgoraeiy, Ash ford 

3 Franklin, Norwaik 

4 Gushing, Ne w.London 

5 Watrous, Colchester 

6 Washington, Stamford 

7 Cross, Kent 

8 Harmony, New-Haven 
• , Middletown 

10 Olive branch, Canterbury 

11 — — , Newtown 



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CHAPTERS 

Under the Jurisdiction of the Royal Arch Chapter are as 
follows :" 
No- 1 Hiram, Newtown 

2 Franklin New-Haven 
8 Solomon, Derby 
4 Franklin, Norwich 
5 Vande j brook, Colchester 
f> Washington, Midiletown 

7 Union, New-London 

8 Lynch, Redding and Weston 

9 Trinity, Windham 

10 Fidelity, Woodbury 

11 Hittenhouse, Stamford 

12 Warren, Pomfcet 

13 Jerusalem, Stratford 

14 Hampton, Kent 

15 Meriden, Canaan 

16 Darius, Litchfield 

17 Pythagoras, Hartford 

18 Adouiram, Tolland 

19 Benevolence, Sionington- 



JSIasicr Ledges in Connecticut. 



No. I Ilir^m, New-Haven 

2 St. John's, rvtiddietown 

3 St. John's, Bridgeport 

4 St. John's, Hartford 

5 Union, Stamford 

6 St. Join's, Norwa'k 

5 K. Salomon's, Woodburv 

8 St. John's, Stratford 

9 Compass, WaMingford 
\0 Wooste", Cojehester 
\\ St. Paul's, Litchfield 
12 King Hiram, Derby 

1 5 Montgomery, Salisbury 
J 4 Frederick, Farmiagton 
15 Moriah, Canterbury 



Temple, Cheshire 
Federal, Watertown 
Hiram. Newtown 
Washington, Huntington 
Harmony, Berlin 
St. Peters, New. Mil ford 
[Hart's, Woodbridge 
St. iamea, Preston 
Uriel, Mansfield 
Columbia, Glastenbury 
CcJ a m h id , East-K ad dam 
Rising Star, Washington 
Morning Star, E. Wiudsor 
Village. Canton 
Day Spring, Hamden 



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51 (Jiiiun, New London 
32 Meridian San, Warren 
.33 Friendship, Southington 
34 Somerset, Norwich 
»>5 Aurora, llarwinton 
So St. Mark's, Grsnby 
o7 Western Star, Norfolk 
S8 St. Aran's, Guilford 
3$ Ark, Weston 

40 Union, Danbury 

41 Federal, Brookfield 

42 Harmony, Waterbury 

43 Trinity, Killingworth 

44 Eastern Star, Windham 

45 Pythagoras, Lyme 
4G Putnam, Pomfret 

47 Morning Star, Oxford 

48 St. Luke, Kent 

' 49 Jerusalem, Ridgefield 



Warren, Andover 
Warren. Chatham 
Mount OHve, S-iybronlc 
Widow's Son, N. ttonin*- 

(on 
ijanili/m, Sharon 
Se n e e , Torri n g t.oa 
FriihUJ a, Bristol 
Asylum, Stonington 
Northern Star, Uarkhanv 

sted 

Apollo, Suffield 
Wolcotti Stafford 
Olive Branch, Goshen 
Orient, East- Hartford 
Adelpha, N Haven 
St Andrews, W mated 
Charity, Groton 



NORWICH CITY. 

Hon. Calvin God daud, Mayor. 

Aldermen* 

John Hyde, J Gushing EeHi, 

Charles P. Huntington, i Joseph Williams, esuUires. 

James Lanman, Esq City Attorney; 

James Stedmar-, Clerk and Clerk of City Court, 

Harrell Laturop, City Sheriff. 
Thomas Thomas, Joseph Warren, Key Keepers. 
Common- Council-JMen. 
Joseph W. Tracy, Dwight Ripley, John Lathrop, Joseph 
C. Huntington, llenrj Strong. 

Annual meetings first Monday in June. 



General Society of Mechanics, New- Haven* 
Divid Kimberly, President. 
Directors. — Luther Uradley, John Cooke, John Gilbert, 
Thaddcus Austin. 

Joel Atwater, Treasurer. 
GSki Mansfield, Cleik. 



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NEW-LONDON COUNTY BIBLE 
SOCIETY. 

Elias Perkins, President. 

Robert Coit, Secretary. 

Ebenezer Learned, Treasurer. 

Vice Presidents* Henry Champion, Levi Nelson, Abel 
McEwen, David Deming, Samuel Nott, Matthew Gmwold, 
Nathaniel Shipman, Alfred Mitchell, Kirkby Dalryraple, 
Dwight Kipley. 

Directors. Is&ac Thompson, Peter Richards, Benjamin 
Brown, Jonathan Starr, jr. Wrn. P. Cleaveland, Thomas 
W. Williams, Nathaniel S. Perkins, Edward Learned, Wtc. 
P. Cleaveland, jr. Frederick Miner, Guy Turner, JYeiv- 
London. Henry Perkins, Salem. Jesse Lathrop, Frank* 
Un, Thomas K. Wilson, Daniel Huntington, Grisivold. 
Joel Hyde, Barna Huntington, Lisbon* Joseph Perkins r 
William Cleaveland, Charles Lathrop, Joseph Williams, 
Charles Perkins, Henry Strong, Erastus Huntington, Wm. 
Williams, jr. W. C. Gi'raan, J* G. W. Trumbull, Richard 
Adams, JWrivich. Asa Pitch, JBozrah. Jobn O. Miner, 
Elijah Bailey, Groton. Daniel H Caulkins, Waterford* 
Abisha Alden,JohR Smith, Montville. Elizur Goodrich, 
Colchester. Ira Hart, Alexander G. Smith, Stonington.— 
Cyrus Williams, North-StQnington. 



WINDHAM COUNTY AGRICULTURAL 
SOCIETY. 

William Kinne, President. 

Nathaniel liossetter, James M'Clellan, Vice Presidents, 

Theophilus B . Chandler, Secretary and Librarian. 

Peter Hall, Treasurer. 



HARTFORD GAS LIGHT COMPANY. 

Directors. — Jeremy Hoadley, William Hills, J. L. Com- 
stock, Josiah Hadden, Garrit Gilbert, Henry L, Ellsworth* 
Walter Mitchell, Samuel Leggett, Ward Woodbridgc, 



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UNITED STATES' CALENDAR. 



GOVERNMENT OF THE 

UNITED STM.TES. 



JOHN Q. ADxVMS, President of the U. States* 
Salary, g25,000, per annum. 

JOHN C. CALHOUN, Vice President. 
Salary, ^5,000, 



DEPARTMENTS OF THE -FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. 

Department of State, 
Henry Clay, Secretary of State. Salary, g6,0«0. 

Treasury Department* 

Richard Rush, Penn. Secretary, 6000 

Joseph Anderson, Tenn. 1st. Comptroller, 3500 

Richard Cutts, Me. 2d Comptroller, SOOQ 

Richard Harrison, Ya. 1st Auditor, 3000 

William Lee, Mass. 2d Auditor, 3000 

Peter Hagner, 3d Auditor, 3000 

Tobias VVatkins, 4th Auditor, 3000 

Stephen Pleasanton, 5th Auditor, 3000 

Thomas Tudor Tucker, S. C. Treasurer, 3000 

Joseph Nourse, Va. Register, 3000 
George Graham, Commissioner of Gen% Land Office, 3000 

War Department* 

James Barbour, Va. Secretary, 6000 

Nathan Tow»on, Paymaster General, 2500 

Navy Department. 

Samuel L. Southard, N.J. Secretary, 6000 

General Post Office. 

John McLean, Ohio, Postmaster-General, 4000 

Abraham Bradley, Assistant, 2500 
Phineas Bradley, Assistant, [2,509 



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Pat on Office. 
William Thornton, Superintendent, 

Mint. 
Samuel Moore, Director, 
James Rush, Tieasurer, 
Adam Eckfeldt, Coirer, 
Wm. Ktiea&s, Engraver, 



\ m 

20(0 
12€0 
!5f0 
lUCO 



List of Members of the Ser.ileand House of Representa- 
tives or the United States, in the 19th Congress. 



FIR£ 



SESSIOX.- 



Jcbn Guilford, President of 
SENA 
JWaint. 
John Chandler 
,3ehft Holmes. 

JS'e-iv. Hampshire. 
Samuel Btll 
Levi Woodbury 
I Massaclnuetts. 

James Lloyd 
Elijah H. Mills. 

Rhode. Island. 
A-sher Rcbbins 
Nehemiah R. Knij:ht. 

Connecticut* 
Henry W. Edwards 
Calvin Wiiley, 

Vermont. 
Dudley Chase 
Horatio 6cyraour« 

JVcw- York. 
Martin Van Buren 
LPne Vacancy.] 



the Senate, pro tempore, 
TORS. 

J\*ew- Jersey. 
^Mah'on Dickerscn 
Joseph Mcllvgino. 

Pennsylvania'. 
William Find lay 
Wilhara Mnrks. 

Delaware. 
Thomas Clayton 
Nicholas Van Dyke, 
jJlurila.?id, 
Edward Lloyd 
Samuel Swift 

Virginia. 
Littleton W Tazewell 
John Randolph. 

JS/%rth. Carolina. 
John Branch 
Nathaniel Macon . 

South. Carolina, 
John Gaillard 
Robert Y, Hayne. 



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Georgia. thdiafodtl 

J. M'Pherson Berrian Wm Henhioka 

Thomas W Colb. James Noble. 

Kentucky. jWixsiarippi: 

Richard M. Johnson Powhaton t£M>a 

John Rowan. Ttmmas II- Williams. 

Tennessee, TlUnois, 

John It. Eaton Ellas Kent Kane 

Hugh L. White. Jtsbe li. Thstmas* 

Ohio. MiSanhu'. 

Wm. II. Harrison Henry Chambers 

Benjamin Ruggles. Whiiam 1» K':r.» r r. 

Louisiana. jVfisso uru 

Dominique Bauligny David Bar'on 

J os i ah S. Johnson. Thoisas M. Benton. 

Walter Lovrie, Secreta»y. Salary, gj,000 

Samuel Turner, Ouiet C erk, l,bX)0 



representatives: 

Henty W. Taylor, Speaker. 

Maine, 7— John Anderson, Vt'iHiam Burleigh? Ebene- 
zer Herriek, David Kidder, Enoeh Lincoln, Jeremiah 
O'Brien, Peieg Sprague. 

New- Hampshire, 6— Ichahod Bartlelt,. Titus Brown, Ne- 
henvah Eastman, Jonathan Harvey, Joseph Heaiy, Thom- 
as Whipple, jr. 

jMassachu&etls, 13— Samuel C. Allen, John Bailey, Fran- 
cis Baylies, B. W. Growninshieid, John Davis, Henry W. 
Dwight, Edward Everett, Aaron Hobart, Samuel Lathrop, 
John Locke, John Reed, John Varnum, Daniel Webster. 

Rhode-Island, 2 — Tristram Buries, Dutee J. Pearce. 

Connecticut, 6 — John Baldwin, Noyes Barher, Kalph t. 
Ingersoll, Orange Merwin, Elisha Phelps, Gideon Tom- 
linson. 

Vermont, 5— Wra. C. Bradley, Rollin C. Mallary, John 
Mattocks, Ezra Meech, George SI Wales. 



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JVew- York, 34— Parmenio Adams, Wra. G. Angel, Hen- j 
ry Ashley, Luther Badger, Churchill C. Cambreleng, Wra, | 
Deitz, Nichol Fosdick, Daniel G. Gamaey, John Hallock, ft 
Abra. B. tlasbrouck, Moses Hayden, Mi&hael -Hoffman, I 
Charles Humphrey, Jeromus Johnson, Charles Kellogg, I 
William McManus, II. C. Marlindale, Henry MarkeW, j 
Dudley Marvin, John Miller, Timothy ' H. Porter, Henry I 
H. Ross, Robert S. Rose, Joshua Sands, Henry R. Storrs, 
James Strong, John VV. Taylor, Daniel Hugueain, jr. Ste- 
phen Van Rensselaer, Gulian C. Verplanck, Aaron Ward, 
Elisha Whittemore, Bartow White, Silas Wood. 

Neiv-Jersey, 6— George Cassedy, Lewis Condict, Dan- 
iel Garrison, George liolcombe, Samuel Swan, Ebene-zer 
Tucker. 

Pennsylvania, 26— William Adams, James Buchanan, 
Samuel Edwards, Patrick Farrelly, John Findlay, Robert 
Harris, Joseph Hemphill, Samuel I). Ingham, George 
Kremer, Joseph Lawrence, Samuel Melvean, Phiiip S. 
Markley, Daniel H. Miller, Charles Miner, James S. Mitch- 
ell, John Mitchell, Robert Orr, George Fluraer, Andrew 
Stewart, James S. Stevenson, Alexander Thompson, Espy 
Van Home, James Wilson, Henry Wilson, George Wolie, 
John VVurtz. 

Delaware, 1 — Louis McLane. 

Maryland, 9 — John Barney, Clement Dorsey, John 
Leeds Kerr, Joseph Kent, Peter Little, Robert N. Mar- 
tin, George E. Mitchell, George Peter, Thomas C. Wor- 
thington. 

Virginia, 22— Mark Alexander, Wm. S. Archer, -Wra. 
Armstrong, John S. Barbour, Burwell Bassett, Nathaniel 
H. Claiborne, Thomas Davenport, Benjamin Estill, John 
Floyd, Robert S, Garnett, Joseph Johnson, Wm. McCoy, 
Charles F. Mercer, Thomas Newton, Alfred H, Powell, 
John Randolph, Wm. C. Rives, William Smith, Andrew 
Stephenson, John Taliaferro, Robert Taylor, James Trez* 
vant. 

North- Carolina, 13— Willis Alston, John H. Bryam 
Samuel P. Carson, Henry W. Conner, Weldon N. Edwards 
Riohard Hines, Gabriel Holmes, John Long r Archibalc 



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McNeill, Willie P. Man gum, Romulus M. Saunders, Lem- 
uel Sawyer, Lewis Williams. 

South. Carolina, 9— John Carter, Wm. Drayton, Joseph 
(Jist, Andrew R. Gorsn, James Hamilton, George McDuf- 
fie, Thomas R. Mitchell, Starling Tucker, John Wilson. 

Georgia, 7— George Cary, Alfred Cuthbert, J. Forsyth, 
Charles K Haynea, James Merriwether, Edward F. Tatt- 
nall, Wiley Thompson* 

Kentucky, 12— R'chaid A. Ruckner, Jamei Clarke, R. 
P. Henry. James Johnson, Francis Johnson, Joseph Le*« 
ccmpte, Robert P. Letcher, Thomas Metcalfe, Thomas 
P. Moore, David Trimble, Charles S. Wicklific, W T illiam 
F. Young. 

Tennessee, 9 — Adam R, Alexander, Robert Allen, John 
Blair, John Cocke, is muel Houston, Jacob C. Isacks, 
John H. Marable, Jarr.es C. Mitchell, James K. Polk 

Ohio, 14— Mordecai hartley, Philemon Beecher, John 
W. Campbell, James Findiay, David Jennings, William 
McLean, John Sloane, John Thompson, Joseph Vance, 
Samuel T. Vinton, Elisha Whittlesey, William Wilson. 
John Woods, John C. Wright. 

Louisiatia, 3 — William L. Brent, Henry H. Gurley, 
Edward Livingston, 

Mississippi, 1— Christopher Rankin, 

Indiana, 8 — liatiiff Boon, Jonathan Jennings, John Test, 

Illinois, 1*— Daniel P. Cook. 

Jilabama, S— John McKee, Gabriel Moore, George YV. 
Owen. 

Missouri, 1— John Scott. 

DELEGATES. 

Michigan Territory— Austin E. Wipg. 
Arkansas Territory— Henry W. Conway. 
Florida Territory— Joseph M, White. 

Matthew St. Clair Clark, Clerk- Salary, #3000- 
10 



146 
JUDICIARY. 



John Marshall, of Va. Chief Justice of the United States. 

Salary, $5000. 

Associate Judges— Salary, g<|,500. 

Bushrod Washington, Va. Thomas Todd, Ky. 

William Johnson, jr. S. C. Gabriel Duval, Md. 

Smith Thompson, N. Y. Joseph Story. Ms. 

Wra. Wirt, Md. Attorney General— Salary, §5000.- 

DISTRICT JUDGES. 

Maine, Asher Ware. N. Hampshire, John S« Sherburne 8 
Massachusetts, John Davis. Rhode-Island, John Pitman. 
Vermont, Elijah Paine. Connecticut, Pierpont Edwards. 
New-York, N. District, Alfred Conkling. S. District, Wm, 
P. Van Ness. 

Clerks to the Supreme, Circuit, and District Courts. 
Supreme Court, EliasB. Cad well. District of New-Hamp- 
shire, William Clag^ett Maine, John Mussey,ji\ Mas- 
sachusetts, John W. Davis. Rhode-Island, Benjamin Co- 
well. Vermont, Jesse Gove. Connecticut, G» A. Inger- 
soll. New-York, South District, James Dill— North Dis- 
trict, R. R. Lansing. 
$e&ekiah Huntington, District Attorney, Connecticut. 
Andrew Hull, jr. Marshal, 



GOVERNORS of the several State*; 

Maine, Albion K. Parris^ New Hampshire, David Lf 
Morrill. Vermont, Cornelius P. Van Ness. Massachu- 
selts, Levi Lincoln. Rhode Island, James Fenner. Con- 
necticut, Oliver Wolcott. New York, De Witt Clinton. 
New Jersey, Isaac R. Williamson. Pennsylvania, John 
Andrew Shultz. Delaware, Samuel Paynter. Maryland, 
Samuel Stephens. Virginia, John Tyler. North Caroll*- 
«>. HntcUins G. Burton. Soutl* Carolina, Richard J . Man- 



147 

hing. Georgia, George IV1 .Troup. Kentucky, Jno. Desha, 
Tennessee, Woi- Carroll. Ohio, Jeremiah Morrow. Loui- 
siana, Henry Johnson. Mississippi, David Holmes. India- 
na, Jame9 B. Ray. Illinois, Edward Coles, A ! abama,'?Jolm 

Murphy. Missouri, — . 

Territorial Governments. Michigan, Lewis Cas9, Arkan- 
sas, lzzard. Florida, Wm. jP % Duvail. 



INTERCOURSE WITH FOREIGN NATIONS, 



DIPLOMATIC DEPARTMENT. 

Ministers Plenipotentiary. 
Rufus King, to Great Britain Salary, §9000 

James Brown, to Fiance yOOO 

Henry Middleton,to Russia 9000 

Alexander H. Everett, to Spain 9000 

Richard C. Anderson, Colombia 0001) 

Heman Allen, Chili 
Jotl R. Poinsett, Mexico 

Charges TV .Affaires. 
Christopher Hughes, to the Netherlands 4500 

Wm C. Somei ville, to Swedea 
Thomas L. L. Brent, Lisbon 
John M. Forbes, Buenos Ay res 
Jeremy Robinson, Brazil 
■'Wm, Miller, Guatemala 

Secretaries of Legation. 
John Adams Smith, to Great Britain 2000 

Daniel Sheldon, to France 
Chatles Pinkney, to Russia 
John A. Appleton, to Spain 
John Mason, jr. Mexico 
Samuel Learned, Buenos Ayres 
Beaufort T. Watts, Colombia 
J. P. Kennedy, Chili. 



148' 

CONSULS AND COMMERCIAL AGENTS OF 

THE UNITED STATES. 

Great Britain^ Ireland, &c.— London, Thomas Aspin. 
vail. Liverpool, James Maury. Bristol, Herman Visger. 
.Plymouth, Thomas W. Fox. Lcith, Joel Hart. Dublin, 
Thos. English. Cork, Jacob Mark. Belfast, Samuel Luke, 
Gibraltar, Barnard Henry. Ible of Fiance, Martin liick_ 
man. Turks (slant!, Thomas VTyms. Bermuda, Wm. R. 
Iligiubolhanft Glasgow and Greenock, Harvey Strong. 
NUssaft, N P. John Starr* Jamaica, Wm, Steuben Smith. 
St. Christopher* and Antigua, R.M. Harrison. Demarara, 
Edmund Roberts, 
j Jhissia. St. Peterslim?, Abram P. Gibson. •**£? 

Sweden and Norway. Stockholm, David Erskins. Got- 
tenburg, C. A. Murray. Ctiilstiansand, Henry Janson,jr. 
St Barts, Hugh Steele. 

Denmark. Copenhagen, John Rainals. I. St. Croix 
Joseph Ridgway I. St. Thomas, Nathan Levy. 

Germany. Hamburg, Krfwaid Wyer. Bremen, Fred, 
erick J. Wichelhausen. Emden, William Clark. 

Netherlands. Ostein! , Louis Mark. Amsterdam, John 
W. Parker. Rotterdam. Emanuel Wambersie. Antwerp, 
Charles Barnet. 1. St. Euualia, John H&liingsworth. I. 
Cusracoa, Cortland L. Parker. Bal&via, John Shillaber 
Surinam, Thomas Trask. 

Fiance. Paris, Isaac Cox Barnet. Bordeaux, Daniel 
Strobel. Marseilles, Joshua Dodge. Nantes, Francis C. 
Fenwick. La Hoehelle, Gerard D. Smith. L'Orient, Ed-* 
•ward Church. Havre de Grace, Reuben G. Beasly. L 
Guadaloupe, Francis Benj. Faures. 1. Martinique, Silas 
Marean, Cette, Alexander de Tubeuf. 

Portugal & Brazil. Lisbon. Israel P. Hutchinson. Rio 
de Janeiro, W. A. D. C. Wright. I. Madeira, John H. 
March. Fayal, John I). Dabney. Oporto, Alexander 
Burton. Cape de Verd Islands, Samuel Hodges, jr. St 
Salvador, Woedbridge Odlin. Pernambuco, James H. 
(Jennet. 

Spain^ Cadiz, Alexander Burton. Valencia. Obadiah 
Rich, Malaga* George G. Ban ell, Alicant, Robert Mont- 



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gomery. TcnerifFe, Payton Gay. ""Havana, John War- 
ner.* St. Jago de; Cuba, J. J, Wright. Porto Rico, 
Judah Lord. Matanzas, Francis Adams. Trinidad in Cu- 
ba, John B. Comegys. 

South America. Monte Video, ^V'm. G. Miller* La- 
Guayra, II. K Lowlry. Valparaiso, Michsel Hogan. Li- 
ma and ports of Peru, Wm. Tudcr. Cam|>eachy, Joseph. 
M. Espada. Tampico, George G. Robertson. A-rjiihtuleo, 
Thomas Reilly. Cavthagena, John Maepherson. La Vera 
Cruz and Alvarado. VVra. Taylor. Li Plata, A. P. Ed- 
wards, Mexico, J. S. Wiicoks. Santa Martha, Harris 
E. Fudger. Angostura, All red Stetan, Maracaybo, A. B. 
Nones. Gantimala, Charles Savage Buenos Ayres, Wm. 
Slacum. Aeapuico, James W. M'Guffin. A. kJ. Norris, 
Guayaquil, Mexico, Wm. Wheelright. 

Tuscany, Sardinia and Jlustria. Leghorn, Thomas \p. 
pleton. Genoa, \t. Campbell. Nice, Victor A. Sasserno. 
Trieste, George Moore. Florence, James Arnhrosi. 

Two Sicdies. Alexander Hammett, Naples. Henry 
Preble, Palermo. John Broadbent, Mussina. Fehi 
Cieognani, Rome. 

China. Jo/n R. Thompson, Canton. 

Sandwich Islands. John C. Jones, jr. 

Hayti. Andrew Armstrong, Port au- Prince. E. Brice 
Cape Hayti en. James A, Hoiden, Alix Cayes, 



MINISTERS AND CONSULS 

Of Foreign Powers, resident in the United States. 



From France. 
Count de Mencu, charge d«s affaires. 
Mr. C de Bresson, secretary of Legation, Washington. 
Mr. F. B. Thierry, consul ad interim, Baltimore. 
Mr. J. B. A. M. Deseze, consul, Boston. 
Mr Le Compte U'Espinville, consul, N. York. 
Mr. de la Forest, consul ad interim, Philadelphia. 
Mr. Buehetde Martigoy, vice-eonsu ! , Norfolk. 
Mr. Thomasson, vice consul ad interim, Savannah. 
Mr. Le Marquis de Fougeres, consul, Charleston, 
Mr. Jonzlet, consul, New-Orleans. 



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From Great ^Britain* 
^r.arles Richard Vaughan,envoy extraordinary and minister 

plenipotentiary. 
Henry Udwin Addington, secretary of legation. 
Anthony St. John Baker, onsul genera*. 
Donald M'Intosh, consul, Portsmouth, N. H. 
George Manners, consul for Mass. Boston. 
John Barnard Gilpin, consul, Newport, \l. I. 
James Stewart, consul, New-London. Conn. 
James Buchanan, consul, for state and city of N. Y* 
Gilbert Rohertson, consul, Philadelphia. 
John Crawford, acting vice consul, Baltimore. 
William Gray, consul for Virginia, Norfolk. 
James Moodle, acting consul, Charleston. 
James Wallace, vice consul, Savannah, Geo. 
John Davidson, consul for Louisiana, NewOrlean9. 
John Home Purvis, Florida. 

From Russia. 
Baron Tujll, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipo- 
tentiary. 
George d'Ellisen, charge d'affaires. 
Baron F. de Maliitz, secretary of Legation. 
Mr. IvanhofF, consul-general, Philadelphia, 
Mr. Eustafieff, consul, Boston, Mass. 
J. G. Bogart,viee consul, New York. 
Edward J.Coale, agent. Baltimore. 
From Spain. 
Dob Tacon,er v voy extraordinary and minister plenipoten- 
tiary. 
Don Mateo de la Serna, consul general, Washington. 
Don Bart lome Ronquenet, consul", Boston. 
Don Thomas Houghton, consul, New-York. 
Don Juan B. Benabeo, consul, Philadelphia. ' 

From Portugal 
Chevalier Francisco Solano Constancio* charge d'affaires, 
Washington City. 

From Au stria. 
Baron de Le$erer, consul for New-York, New-Jersey, 
Pennsylvania, Mar) land, and Virginia. 



151 

From Prussia. 
M.Niedersfetter, charge d'affaires. 
J. W. Schmidt, consul, New- Yor 
fiaiph B. Tordes, <jonsu!> Doston. 

From Hamburg* 
Charles N, Buck, consul-general, Philadelphia. 

From Denmark. 
P. Pederson, minister resident and consul general, Phila. 
delphia. 

From Sweden. 
ftaron Stakelberg, charge d'affaires, Washington. 
Leverin Lorich, consul, Philadelphia. 

From the Netherlands. 
C D. E. J. Bargeman Huygens, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary. 

From Sardinia* 
Gaspare Deabbattc, consul ■ general, Philadelphia. 

From Mexico. 
Don Jose Manuel Zozaya, minister plenipotentiary. 
Don Jose Tcrrens 3 Secretary. 

From Colombia, 
Don Jose Manuel Salazar, minister plenipotentiary. 
Don Jose Leandro Palacios. consul-general, Philadelphia 

From Central America. 
Anthony J. Canas, envoy extraordinary and ministerpleni 
potentiary. 

From Brazil. 
Sylvester Rebello, minister plenipotentiary* 
Christopher Gritting, vice consul, New-London. 

From Buenos jiyrer, 
General Alvear, minister plenipotentiary. 



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ggggggg 

ARMY KI3T. 



Jacob Brows, major general. 
Edmund P. Gaines, brigadier general. 
W infield Scott, brigadier general. 
Lieut Co). Roger J ores, adjutant genera?. 
Thomas S. Jes3up,brig. gen. and qr. master gec^ 
Col, John t£. Wool, insp. gen, 
Major W ifliam Lin card, quarter master. 
Major Henry Btaston, quarter master. 
Co!. George G:b30n, com* gen. subsistence. 
Callender Irvine, com. gen. purchases. 
Col. N. Towson, paymaster general. 
Joseph Lovellj surgeon general. 

Corps of Engineers* 
Alexander Macomb, Chief Engineer, maj. gen. brevet. 
f Jen. Simon Bernard, assistant. Lt. Col, Gratiot. Maj. J. 
G. Totten. Maj. Same! Bafeeock. 

ARTILLERY. 

Colonels. Walker K. Armistead, John R. Fenwlck, 
James House. 

lieutenant Colonels. Wm. Linsey, Col. by brevet, ^^rsx 
Macrea, Col. by brevet. G Bomt'ord, Abrara Kustis. 

Majors. J. Ilindman 3 Lt. Col. by brev. J. Bankhead, Lt. 
Col. by brev. J. B. N'atba.eh f Lieut. Col. by brevet, Wm. 
Wilson. 

INFANTRY. 

Colonels. Hugh Brady, Brig Gen. by brevet. Henry 
Atkinson, Brig Gen. by brevet. T. Chambers, Dun- 
can L. Clinch, Jostah Sntlling, Matthew Arbuckie. 

Lieutenant Colonels. 11. Leavenworth, Co', by brevet. 
John VS'Neal, Col. by brevet. W, Lawrence, VV. Morgan, 
G, W. Brooke, Col. by brevet. Z. Taylor, ). B. Many. 

JMajors. A. R. Wooliey, Richard Wharlenby, Enos 
Cutler, \lex. Uuramings, Daniel Maker, J.H. Vose. b. 
Don oho. 



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NAVY. 

WAVY BOARD- 

William Bainbridge, President. 

Jacob Jones, Charles Moms. Oommisbioneii, 

C. W\ Goldsborough, Secretary. 

CAPTAINS. 

John Rodgers, James Barron, Wm. Saiuhridge, Thomas 
Tingey, Charles Stewart, Isaac Hull, Isaac Chauncey, Da- 
vid Porter, J r,c<>b Jo,»es, Charles Morris, Arthur Sinclair, 
Lewis Warrington, Wiliiara M. Crane, James T. Leonard, 
james Bid die, Charles G. Ridgely, Rooert T. Spencc, Dan- 
iel V. Patterson, Melsucthon T. Woolsey, John Orde 
Creighton, John £)ownes, John D. Henley, Jesse D. 
Elliott, Robert Henley, Stephen Caasin, James Renshav, 
Thomas Brown, C G. Q. Thompson, Alexander S. Wads- 
worth, George W. Kuo'gers, George C. Read, Henry E. 
lialaid. m 

MASTERS COMMANDANT. 

Louis Alexis, Sidney Smith. Samuel Woodhouse, 
William, Cat ter, Joseph J. Nicholson, VVolcoit Chauncey, 
Lcimund P. Kennedy, Alexander J. Dallas, John B. Nic. 
oJson, Reekman Van Hoffman, Jesse Wilkinson, George 
iiadd,T. Ap Gales by Jones, John Porter, Wm. B Finch, 
Wm.ii.SUubriek, Beuj. W. Booth, Alex.Claxton.Cha's VV. 
Morgan, Lawrence Kearney, Foxhali A. Parker, Edward 
\i. M'Ca'l, Daniel Turner, David Conner, Jehu Gallagher, 
1 horuas lioldup Stevens* 

UNITED STATES' MARINE CORPS. 1 

Archibald Henderson, Lieutenant Colonel Commandant. 
CAPTAINS- Richard Smith, ft. D. Wainwright, Wm. 
Anderson, Samuel Miller, John M. Gamble, Samuel E. Wat- 
son, Wtt, H; freeman, Joseph L. Iiuhn, P. M. Charles It. 
broom. ££»i 



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Vessels of War of the United States Navy. 

LINE OF BATTLE GRIPS. 
Independence, Washington, Franklin, Columbus, Ohio, 
North-Carolina, De'aware— 74 guns. 

FRIGATES, FIRST CLASS. 
Constitution, United States, Guerriere, Java, Pot' mac. 
Brandy wine— 44 guns. 

FRTGATES, SECOND CLASS. 
Congress, Consteliatioji, Macedonian, 30 guns. 

CORVETTES- 

John Adams, Cyane, Fulton— 24 guns- 

SLOOP* OF WAR. 
Hornet, Ontario, Erie, Peacock, Alert, store ship rates 
18 guns. 

BRIG. 
Spark, 12 guns. 

SCHOONERS. 
Nonsuch, Porpoise. Dolphin, bbark, Grampus — 12 ^uns. 
Beagle, Fox, Terrier, Steam Galliot Sea Gull— 3 guns. 
Decoy, Store Ship— 6 guss. 

GUN BOATS, 
r9u!Jibers95,73, 76, 67, and 8 otone gun each. 

ROW GALLEYS. 
Sand Fly, Gallinipper, Midge, Musquito, and Gnat. 

Recapitulation.— 7 Line of Battle ships. 6 Frigates of 
First Class. 4 Frigates of Second Class. 2 Corvettes. — 
5 Sloops of War. 1 Brig. 8 Schooners. I vSteam Galiiot. 
J ?tore Ship (armed.) 5 Gun Boats. 5 Row Galleys. 

Now on (he stocks at the different Navy Yards, five 'Line 
©f Battle Ships, and six Frigates of the first class. 



155 

A Table of the Pay and Subsistence of the Officer, 
of the U. S. Navy. 





1 !? 

3 Ǥ 




• 4/ 1 0, "© Jf -O 

g, w C : « 5 w - 


RANK OR STATION. 


S^ 


el 


• *»• S*4 2 




• rt> 


*^ i 


«.£ J * Jj S 






» «^ 


k o j= ~t i: c * 


Captain of a vessel of 3:2 


or more guns, 


100 


8 


Captain of a vessel of 20 






a 7 « r 5 ? T1 C U 


and und<?r 32 guns, 


75 


6 


$^ -5 t ° ■£■£■£ 


Master Commandant, 


60 


5 


Lieutenant Commandant 


50 


4 


a) « e & o w P *r 


Lieutenant, 
Chaplain, 


40 
40 


3 

2 


w ~ ^.3 c v.r'.- 
.S-Sg' S g t g 
« -g. ,.» « £ 5 * 


Surgeon, . 


50 


2 


^. C » b. « S « 

P o ~ — * ^ P 
0**3 fe v "et a O «3 


Surgeon's Male, 
Sailing Master, . 


30 
40 


2 
2 


Purser, 
Boatswain, 


40 
29 


2 
2 


5 c £ £ o *-"©■ 

-Q - O " >"> «» vr 


Gunner, . 


20 


2 




Sail Maker, 


20 


2 




Carpenter, 
Midshipman, 


20 
19 




w 5 ff to ~ 'w 

jg « -a * ^ g £ 
c ~ * »>"«::>. 


Master's Mate, . 


20 




Captain's Clerk, 


25 






Boatswain's Mate, 


19 




C 4j E .« *J CTi <_, "i 


Cockiwain, 


18 




I'tiS^'fi 


Yeoman of gun-r©om, 


18 






Quarter Gunner, 


18 






Carpenter's Mate, 
Armourer, . „ 
Steward, . 
Cooper, 


19 
18 
18 
18 




H o g e ~~*§ c 


Master at Arms, 


18 




g c^j^^g 


Cook, 


18 




*Jf |2.2§*| 



156 



•ss 



tlST OF POST-OFFICES AND POST- 
MASTERS IN CONNECTICUT. 



Ash ford, Dyer Clark 
Barhamster), J. H. Robert! 
Berlin, Jesse Hart 
Bethel (Dan.) O. Slephjud 
Betblem, S. Church 
Uoiton, Saul Aivord 
iiradieysville, Litchfield, 

Henry Wads worth 
Bran lord, Jon a than Barker 
Bridgeport, Jesse Sterling: 
Bristol, Geo. Mitchell 
Brookfieid, Robert U.Uuggles 
Brooklyn, Adams White, jtk 
Bar ling ton, W. Lowry 
Bczravdie, U. Wood worth 
Canaan, Fitch Ferris 
S. Canaan, VVra. M. Burrall 
Canterbury, Jed. Johnson 
Canton, Laac M1II3 
Chelsea Landing, C. Kinney 
Cheshire, Aiaasa Hitchcock 
Chester, Oaui Denison 
Colchester, titdph Isham 
Colebrook, Silas Treat 
Colebrook, Meeting House, 

Ebenezer Jenks 
Cornwall, Geo. VVheaton 
Cornwall Bridge, Wra. Lewis 
Coventry, Daniel Loom is, jr. 
S. Coventry, Martin Lyman 
Columbia, S. T. fiosmer 
Chatham, John Stewart 
i)*nbury, Zatraon Wiidman 



Datien, Rufus Bell 
Derby, Russel Hitchcock 
Durham, James Robinson 
B. Goshen, D. L, Parmelee 
East Gran by, Horace Clark 
S. Haddam, Timothy Green 
B. Hartford, Joseph Goodwin 
E. Windsor, Aaron Bissel 
Enfield, H. Thomas. 
Kllswotth, (Sharon) T.Camp 
Ellington, \Vm. Morgan, 
&ssex, Alvin Whittemoie. 
Kast Guilford, Curtis W.leox. 
Fairfield, James Knapp. 
Farmington, S. Richards. 
Frankli.i, Amasa Hyde. 
Glastenbuiy, J. Weils. 
Goshen, Theron Towner. 
Granby, Hezekiah Goodrich*. 
Greenwich, Isaac Weed. 
Guilford, Reuben Elliott. 
Groton, Elijah Bailey. 
Uaddam, Charles Arnold. 
Hampton, Dan Bulkley. 
jlartford, Jonathan Law. 
Hartlaad, JH. J. Humphrey. 
Hlarwinton, Joel Bradley. 
Hebron, A. Hendee. 

Andover, L. Hendee. 
Huntington. Menzies Rayner. 
Humphr«ysville, J .T. W heeler 
iewiti's City, (Griswold) J. 
Johnson. 



157 



Kent, D. Swift. 
Killmgly, Joshua Adams, 
Killingly Centre, H. Blash- 

field. 
Killingworth, Jarcd Carter, 
■^Lebanon, Roger Bailey. 
jfLitchfietd,Mose3 Seymour,jr. 
Milton, G. P. Welch 
South Farms,E.J.W oodruff 
Lyme, Charles Smith, 
River Head, Peter Com stock 
Manchester, (Oribrd) Wells 

Woodbridge. 
Mar^ptitl'.i, John Fitch. 
Mansfield Centre, Zalraon 

Storrs. 
Marlborough, E. H. Buell. 
Meriden, Pat'ick Lewis. 
Middlebury, Eli Thompson 
Middletown, Joshua Stow. 

Upper Houses, J. S^ge. 
Milford,Jirah Bull. 
Mystic River, John Hyde. 
Middle Haddara, J. Stewart* 
Montville, John Chapman. 
New-Canaan, S. St. John. 
New-Hartford, T. Cowles. 
New-Haven, Wm. H. Jones. 
New- London, E, Way. 
New-Miiford, Philo Noble. 
New -Preston, Shelden Camp 
Newtown, Czar Keeler. 
Norfolk, Joseph Jones. 
Nuvthford, Augustus Tyler.. 
Northington, A. Wheeler. 
North Killingworth, Aaron 

Wilcox. 
North Stoaington, Tho. T. 

Wells. 
Norwalk, Wm. M. Betts. 



Norwich, John Hyde. 

Oxford, David Candef . 

Piainfield, Elkanah C Eaton. 

Plymouth, Apollos Warner. 

Ponafret, Lemuel Grosvenor. 

Preston, Samuel M. Downer. 

Redding, Billy Comstock. 

Ridgefteld, Wm.Iv:de». 

Ridgebury, S, C. I vnes. 

Rocky Hi!!, (We'thersfield) 
Wm. Rabbins. 

Roxfeury, R. R. Hinman. 

Salem, J. W hittlesey. 

Salem, N. II. A. Sanford. 

Sal sbury, A. C. Peet. 

Saugatuck, Stephen More-> 
house. 

Say brook, Humphrey Pratt. 

Scotland, (W.) D.Tracy. 

'Sharon , George King, jr. 

Sherman, Leivis Starr. 1 

Simsbury, Jeffrey O. Phelps. 

Somen, Walter J&. Kibbe. 

Southington, Chester Whit- 
tlesey. 

Stafford Springs, B. xVIann/ 

Stamford, James Stephens. 

Sterling, Benj. Tucketman 

Southbury, Sh. Osborn 

StoningtOij,G. Trumbull 
Stratford, David Brook* 
Suffield, Wmi Gay 
Thompson, Stephen E. Teft 
Tolland, Stephen Eaton 
Torringford, Nat. Smith 
Trumbull, Eliha Beach 
Forrington, Harvey Palmer 
Vernoa, Lebbeus P. Tinker 
Wallingford, J, Carrington 



m 



158 



Warehouse Point, (E. W.) 

Charles S. Phelps 
Washington, H. Marshall 
Watfli bury, F. Levenworth 
Watertowi), Benj. DeForeat 
Weston, Jebse Wakeraan 
West-Brook, A. T. Wilcox 
tf\ Chester, F. G. Corastock 
W. Hartford, A. Goodman 
Welher-bfiel I, J. L. Belden 
Y\ ilipu f A. Li. Belts 



Wiilington, Jona. Weston, 
Winchester, Horace Higlv*y 
Windham, Charles Taintor 
Wintonbury, J. Uurnstead 
Warren, John Tallmadge 
Windsor, Wm. Howar<l 
Woodbury, Wm. Perry 
Woodstock, Geo* Bowe« 
Winsted, 

N, Preston, Sheldon Camp 



RATES OF POSTAGE. 

For Single Letters-, composed of one piece of papers— Any ( 
distance not exceeding 30 miles, 6 cents- Over 30 and 
not exceeding 150 miles, 12 1-2 cents. Over 150 and not 
exceeding 400 miles, 18 3-4 cents. Over 400 miles, 25 cent3. 
Double Letters, or those composed of two pieces of paper, \ 
are charged wild double those rates— Triple Letters^ with 
triple those rates — Quadruple Letters with quadruple those 
rates provided they weigh one ounce ; otherwise with trip- 
le postage— Every Package, composed of tour or more 
pieces of paper, and weighing one ounce or more, is to be 
charged with single postage for each quarter of an ounGe, 
except letters conveyed by water mails, which are not to 
be charged wiih more than quadruple postage, unless the 
packets actually contain more than four distinct letters. 

Newspapers. Each paper carried not over 100 mile*, 
1 cent. Over 100 miles, 1 1-2 cents. Bat if carrfed to any 
Post Office in the state in which it is printed, whateyer be 
the distance, the rate is I cent. 

Magazines, Pamphlets and Legislative Journals. j 

Carried not over 100 miles, a sheet, 1 1-2 cents, 
do. over 100 miles, 2 1-2 cents. 

Magazines and Pamphlets which are not published Pe- 
riod icatty, are lobe charged for 100 miles or less, 4 cenU 
a sheet. Over 100 miles ? 6 cents. 



Correction.— \* 69. Transfer L. P.Waldo, esq. to Somen* 
Add— l^niel Sterling, Notary Public, Fairfield County 



159 



Ct^The editor would suggest to the Secretaries 

of the incorporated bodies, and other public societies in 
thi3 State, the expediency of forwarding to him as soon after 
• the annual elections as convenient, a list of officers chosen. 
<"lhis would insure their insertion in the Register, and in 
their appropriate place. He olten finds it extremely Miffi- 
ou't, and sometimes impossible, to procure such articles 
without incurriug an expense which the profit of the work 
will not justify. If any. therefore, are omitted, he wishes it 
to be understood, it is not in consequence of negligence or 
want of due attention on his part. The public utility of the 
work is felt and acknowledged by the enlightened part of 
.the community; and from respect t to their ©pinion, the 
above apology, and remarks are made. — The important as- 
sistance which several gentlemen annually render in the 
compilation of the work, demands his gratitude and thanks ; 
and a continuance of their valuable labors is respectfully 
elicited. [j) ec . 1825.> 



INDEX, 



page 

ACADEMY, Bacoq 123 

Cheshire 123 

Middletown 121 

Plainfield 123 

jAgricul.Soc. Hartford, 124 

I Windham, 140 

j\mer. Board of G. P. M. 1 1 6 

IA.SSO. I. N.C. R. . 134 

Canal, 134 

|*sylum, 122 

Associations, 114 

Ytiorneys, see Counties. 

3ANKS. 

Fairfield, 13! 

Hartford, 128 

kitehfieldV 129 

Mechanics' 12P 

Middletown, 1301 

Now H« VA » ?~* 



New-London, 

Norwich, 

Phoenix, 

Saving*, Middletown, 
Norwich, 

Stonington,. 

Thames, 

Union, 

U. S Branch, 

Windham, 
(Jible Society, Connect. 

New-London county, 
3ishops, 

-Bishop's fund trustees, 
boroughs 126—127—128 
bridges, *$ 

CITIES 

Hartford, J25 

New-H-ffefi, 125 



130 
130 
128 
132 
132 
13i 
131 
129 
129 
131 
117 
140 
116 
115 



fcT I 



160 



Mlddlefown, 


126 


Ministers and Churches lO 


Norwich, 


13* 


do. Unseized, 11 


Colleges 




do. Licentiates, 11 


Yale, 


119 


Missionary Societies 


Washington, 


121 


Connecticut, It 


Coromis.cn assessments, 


79 


Domestic, ll 


Connect. Government 




Hartford County, 11 


Exec, and Legislative, 


4-7 


Tolland County', 1 1 


Judicial and Civil, 


51 


NTew. Haven Mech, Soc. 13 


Hartford Comity, 


52 


NOTARIES, ( 


. New-Haven, 


4 


P. B K. 42 


New-London, 


5C 


Post Masters Conn. 15 


Fairfield, 


59 


Postage Rales, 15 


Windham, 


61 


Probate Courts 7 


Litchfield, 


63 


Retreat for Insane, \*2 


Middlesex, 


66 


Roads, £ 


Tolland, 


68 


Selectmen U Treasurers, 7 


Courts, 


S3 


Sunday School Union, 11 


Eclipses, 


3 


Surveyors of Land, 7 


Electors' meetings, 


19 


Steam-Boat Company, m 


Ferries, 


75 


TABLES-— 4-17-18-1 


Gas Light Co. _ 


140 


Tariff, £ 


General Association, 


114 


Town Clerks h Collec. 7 


Certifying Committee 


115 


Turnpikes, 7 


Delegates, 


l!4 


Union Company, 1% 


Receivers of money, 


115 


United States* Calendar. 


Kale donation. 


119 


Army, It 


Historical Society, 


124 


Clerks U. S. Courts, H 


Insurance Com. Marine, 


132 


Collectors, kc. U. S. * 


do. do, Fire 


133 


Diplomatic, 1< 


MILITIA 


S3 


Executive, &c. li 


Masonic 




Governors of States, H 


Chapters, 


1S8 Judiciary, l'l 


Councils, 


137 


Ministers and Consuls, 1' 


Encampmests, 


136 


Mint, 1 


Grand Chapter, 
Grand Council, j 


136 


Navy, 1 


127 


Patent, 1 i 


Grand Lodge, 


137 


Pay and Subs, of officers, 1 


Lodges, 


138 


Post-Office, 1 


Select Masters, 


1S7 


Representatives, 1 


Medical Society, 


135 


Senators, ) 


Examiners, 


1 20 





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| 1827 
* 1217011 

i£N8fALOQY COi-LECTldSf 



THE 

ANNUAL CONNECTICUT 

REGISTER, 

AND 

CONTAINING 

An Almanack ; Executive, Legislative, Judicial, Civil, 
and Military Officers of the itate of Connecticut; 
Principal Town Officers ; Notaries Public ; Clergy ; 
Clerical, Medical, Masonic. Agricultural, Religious, 
Charitable, ami Missionary Societies City, Borough, 
Bank and Militia Officers ; Comnriissmuers Turnpikes, 
Bridges and Ferries ; Officers of Colleges and Acad- 
emies ; Attorneys ; Courts ; Governors of the States ; 
Government of the United States, Executive, Legis- 
lative, Judicial, and Territorial ; Army and Navy Lists; 
Collectors and Surveyors ; Ministers aad Consuls , 
Post Masters ; Postage ; Roads ; Tables of Interest, 
Tides, Foreign Coins, &cc. 

TO BE CONTINUED ANNUALLY. 



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BE IT REMEMBERED, Tha- oa the 
Fourteenth day of November, in the fifty-* 
first year of the Independence of the United 
States of America, Samuel GREEsr,of the 
said District, hath deposited in this office, the Title of a 
Book, the right whereof he claims as Author, in the 
words following, (9 wit ;— ' The Annual Connecticut 
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Officers ; Notaries Public ; Clergy ; Clerical, Medical, 
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sionary societies ; City, Borough, Bank and Militia Offi- 
cers ; Commissioners Turnpikes, Bridges and Ferries ; 
Officers of QB&eges ami Academies ; Attorneys ; Courts ; 
Governors ^fhe States; Government of the United States 
— Executive, Legislative, Judicial and Territorial; Army 
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encouragement of learning, "by securing the c pies of 
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of such "copies during the ti?ne3 therein mentioned,' 
and extending the benefits thereof to the arts 0i'des«gn- 
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CHA'S A. 1NGERSOLL, Clerk of the District of 
Connecticut. A true copy of P»,ecord, examined and seal- 
ed by me, CHAS. A. IXGERSOLL, 

Clerk of the District of Connecticut, 



I2l70.ii: 

SOLAR AND LUNAR ECLIPSES, 
IN THE YEAR 1827. 

There will be four eclipses this year, in the following 
order, viz : 

I. The first will be of the Sun, April 25, at 10k 
'1 5m. afternoon, consequently invisible to us ; but in 
latitude 87de£. 31rn. N. ; long. 124deg. 59m. E. the 
sua will be centrally eclipsed on the meridian. 

II. The second will be of the moon, May Invisible 
by calculation, as follows : 

Beginning at 2h. Om. 

Middle, 

Eclipse, 

End of the Eclipse, 
Digits eclipsed lldeg. 47m. on the moon's southern 
limb, or from the north side of the earth's shadow. 
The moon will set 7 minutes before the eclipse ends* 
HI. The third will oe of the Sun, October 20th, at 
J Ih. in the forenoon, to us invisible, by reason of t^e 
moon's south latitude, but in lat. 69 de^. 40m. S. ; long. 
65deg. 14m. W. the sun will be centrally eclipsed; on. 
the meridian. ^j 

, IV. The fourth will be of (he Moon, November ><! 
at Oh. 26m. in the afternoon, to us invisible. 



2h. 0m. -v 

3 33 ^ Apparent time 
3 38 / in the moraing. 
5 6 J 



iA 1ABLE, showing the difference of High Water, 
at several places from New London* 

I — 

j The sixth column of each monthly page shows the time 
jof high water at New London, New York, Elizabethtown 
I Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cape Henlopen, Cockspur in 
(Georgia,and Brunswick in N. Carolina — to which if youj 
[add and subtract as in the annexed table, you will have 
f the time of high water at the following places. A shows 



.mat me annexeu quantities 
tracted— H stands for hours 


oi time must neat 
; M for minutes. 


aeu 


OSUO-. 


Names of Places. 


H.M 


Names of Places. 


H.M. 1 


Amboy 


S. 


45 


Newburyport 


A. 


2 45 1 


Annapolis, Md. 


S. 


2 


New Haven 


A. 


1 501 


Annapolis, Mors 


.A. 


3 


New Providence 


S. 


1 25 


New Bedford 


S. 


1 12 


Norwich Landing A. 


45j 


Boston 


A. 


2 15 


Penobscot 


A. 


3 CI 


Cape Ann 


A. 


2 45 


Pensacola 


S. 


1 


Cape Fear 


S. 


1 


Philadelphia 


A. 


4 20| 


Casco Bay 


A. 


2 15 


Piscataway 


A. 


2 40 


Charleston Bar 


S. 


2 20 


Plymouth 


A. 


1 45 1 


Fairfield 


A. 


2 


Port Royal, S. C 


S. 


30 


Frederica 


S. 


1 


Portsmouth 


A. 


2 45 


Georgetown, Bar 


s. 


2 20 


Providence 


S. 


1 


HffS ;):>• 


A. 


1 30 


Glue bee 


A. 


3 


ilalirax 


A. 


3 


Rhode Island 


S. 


45 


Hell Gate 


A. 


30 


Salem 


A. 


2 45 


Hartford 


A. 


2 20 


Sandy Hook 


A. 


55 


Huntington 


A. 


2 


Savannah 


S. 


1 12 


Ipswich 


A. 


2 45 


Saybrook 


A. 


15 


Jamestown 


A. 


50 


ht. Augustine, B* 


S. 


1 25 


Louisbourgh 


A. 


3 


St. John's Newf. 


A. 


3 


Main Ocean 


S. 


45 


Tvbee Bar 


A. 


15 


Mobile Point 


A. 


6 0| Williams. Va. 


A. 


2 15 


Nantucktt 


S. 


1 30Wilmington,N.C. 


A, 


2 15j 



1 


Mo. JANUARY hath 31 days. 1^7. 


I? 


is (j . 4d» 7h. 55m. at. 


Last qr. OiU Oh lav. aKei 


Full m. 13<l. 1 . 15m. mo. 


New moon.27d 4h.59m. 


m|w| Calendar xc i© r »l©* | F * S * 1' • 


1|2 


Circum. Changeable 


7 28 


;4 32 


a ft. 26 


9 20 


S 


3 


Jl rise Oh. 17m. morn. 


7 28 


4 3S 


1 12 


10 26 


3 


4 


•D. break 5h.42m. m'. wea- 


7 27 


4 32 


1 59 


11 3C 


41 


5 


$ G< . Elong. ther. 


7 27 


4 32 


2 43 


mora. 


5 


6 


Pleasant for the season. 


7 26 


4 34 


3 27 


30 


6 


t 


Eniph. Eaia or snow 


7 26 


4 34 


4 1.1 


1 25 


'"* 


G 


1st after Epiph. soon. 


7 25 


4 35 


4 56 


2 19 





o 


2 rise 5h. 34m. morn. 


7 24 


4 36 


5 42 


3 13 


g 


3 


D apogee. Moon runs high 


7 24 


4 36 


6 JO 


4 5 


10 


1 


7*s3outh8h. Variable 


7 23 


4 37 


7 18 


4 57 


il 


5 


Cold and frosty. 


7 22 


4 38 


8 7 


5 42 


12 


5 


2/ris llh>30oi. some 


7 22 


4 38 


8 55 


.6 28 


13 


? 


Veuus sta. signs of a storm 


7 21 


4 39 


9 42 


Drise 


14 


G 


2d aft. Epipli'. 


7 20 


4 40 


10 29 


6 37 


15 


2 


9 (J # Days incre. 20m. 


7 20 


4 40 


11 16 


7 3 C 


16 


3 


Venus rh 4h. 48m. m. Plea- 


7 19 


4 41 


mor . 


8 40 


n 


4 


sant. Now expect rain or 


7 18 


4 42 


2 


9 45 


IS 


) 


Q slow clock llm. sfibw near 


7 17 


4 43 


49 


10 50 


19 


G 


7/ rise lib. 3m. this time 


7 16 


4 44 


1 37 


il 55 


20 


7 


O enters %£ 


7 15 


4 45 


2 26 


morn. 


21 


G 


3d aft. Epiphany. 


7 14 


4 46 


3 19 


1 2 


2/2 


'2 


Moon runs low without 


7 13 


4 47 


4 15 


2 9 


23 


3 


Day break 5h. 28m. fail. 


7 12 


4 48 


5 14 


3 17 


24 


I- 


Venus ri.4h.20m. Meon per. 


7 11 


4 49 


6 14 


4 17 


25 


5 


Conv.St.Paul. Pleasant wea- 


7 10 


4 50 


7 14 


5 17 


>j 





Jupker rise lOh. 35m, ther 


7 9 


4 51 


8 14 


6 f 


27 


7 


Now w^ may expect ran 


7 8 


4 52 


9 10 


C sets 


23 


CI 


4th aft. Epiph. or snow 


7 7 


4 53 


10 3 


6 45 


29 


2 


Jupiter stationary. 


7 6 


4 54 


10 53 


7 56 


30 


3 


about this time. 


7 5 


4 55 


11 41 


8 56 


31 


4(0 slow clock 14m. 


7 4 


1 56 


aft.27 


10 J 



1 II Mo. FEBRUARY hath 


23 days. 


I8$r. 


First qr. 3d. 4b. 19m. aft. 


ast qr. 13d. 8h. 23m. after. 


Full mo. lid. 5h.36m.aft. 


New mo. 25d.5h. 27m. after. 


MJW 


Calendar, &c. |.©r.J©*.|Psea |r j& s 


1 


5 


Jl rise 10h. £0m. eve. 


7 3,4 57 


1 11 


11 7 


0} 


6 


Pcnf. B.T.M. Pleasant 


7 2 


4 58 


1 68 


morn 


3 


T 


risi 4h 9m.mor. for the 


7 1 


4 59 


2 43 


2 


■•< 


G 


$'■&#. Epiph. season. 


6 59 


5 1 


3 30 


56 


5 


w 


Mft% apogee. J) high. 


6 58 


5 2 


4 17 


I 49 


6 


3 


0sl. cJ. 14m. Cole' 


6 57 


5 3 


5 8 


2 42 


'.' 


4 


Day br 5h. 17m. 


6 56 


5 4 


5 53 


3 2C 


a 


5 


7 *s couth 6h. frosty 


6 54 


5 6 


6 42 


4 15 


i 


6 


$ rise 4h.3m. m. weather. 


6 53 


5 7 


7 31 


4 56 


10 


? 


Now expect a storm 


6 52 


5 8 


8 19 


5 36 


Li 


G 


Septuagoeima. of rah; 


6 51 


5 9 


9 6 


J rise 


12 


2 


or snow or both, near this 


6 49 


5 11 


9 54 


6 26 


13 


3 


Jupiter rise 4h.lm. time. 


6 48 


5 12 


10 42 


7 31 


&4 


1 


Valentine* 


6 47 


5 13 


11 31 


8 40 


15 


5 


Some pleasant days 


6 46 


5 14 


morn. 


9 51 


16 


6 


2 rise 4h. morn. about 


6 44 


5 16 


21 


11 I 


n 


1 


this time, but we may 


6 43 


5 17 


1 13 


morn. 


18 


G 


Sexagesima., now expect 


6 42 


5 18 


2 8 


3 


L9 


2 


Qpent X rain or 


6 40 


5 20 


3 5 


1 4 


20 


.3 


Qsl.c]. • snow. 


6 39 


5 21 


4 3 


2 5 


'Vi 


4 


Sup. 6 0$ J> perigee 


6 38 


5 22 


5 i 


•I 7 


£2 


5 


6 D CjWash. born. 1732. 


6 36 


5 24 


6 


3 56 


j"; 


6 


VeBui rise 4h. Pleasant. 


6 35 


5 25 


6 57 


4 44 


>< 


7 


B'ti Matt. Blustering. 


6 34 


5 26 


7 50 


5 25 


25 


G 


Quinquagesiraa. Cold 


6 32 


5 28 


8 42 


"Jsets 


26 


2 


Ju. rise oh. 30iv). weather. 


6 31 


5 29 


9 32 


6 44 


« 


.; 


ShrOveTues. Prospect of 


6 30 


5 30 


10 18 


7 46 


28 


i 


Ash Wednes, a storra. 


6 28 


5 32 


11 5 


8 49 


The Planet Venus fg) will be Morning Star untii 


the 6th o! October ; th ence Evening Star uatil the end 


of the year. 



tin m 


o. MARCH bath 31 days. 






1827. 


First qr. 5d. lb. 50m. after. ; Last q . 2 )d. 3h. 35m. aior. 


Full mo. 13d. 7h. 22m. morn j New rao.27 


d. 7h. 15m. mo. 


ImjWJ Calendar, kc. |(£h 3gy- : |F.sea|r J s- 


1 


5 


£ rise 4li. 3m. mom 


6 2715 


33 


11 51 


9 43 


2 


6 


2/ rise 8h.10m.eve. Windy 


6 2!> 5 


35 


aft. 38 


10 39 


3 


7 


0sl. cl. 12m. Expect rain 


6 24J5 


36 


1 24 


11 35 


A 


G 


lsV in Lent* near this 


6 23 5 


37 


2 12 


morn. 


5 


2 


$gr. elon. 3 apogee. 


6 21 


5 


3!^ 


3 


35 


6 


3 


7*s set mi dnight . 1 ime. 


6 20 


5 


40 


3 48 


1 28 


? 


4 


Jupiter rise 7b. 48m. 


6 19 


5 


41 


4 37 


2 9 


8 


> 


% rise 4h. 2m. 


6 17 


5 


43 


5 25 


2 50 


9 


6 


Pleasant weather for 


6 16 


5 


44 


6 U 


3 30 


10 


7 


Daybr. 4b.30m. 


6 14 


5 


46 


7 01 


4 11 


11 


G 


2d in lent. March. 


6 13 


5 


47 


7 50 


4 44 


12 


2 


Cold blustering weather. 


6 12 


5 


48 


8 38 


5 18 


13 


3 


Jupiter rise 7h.23m. 


6 10 


5 


50 


9 28 


{rise. 


14 


4 


?rise4h, 3vn. morn. 


6 9 


5 


51 


10 19 


7 36 


15 


o 


O si. cl. 9m. Variable 


6 7 


5 


53 


11 13 


8 46 


16 


6 


High Tides. weather. 


6 6 


5 


54 


morn. 


9 56 


17 


7 


M. perigee. Chilling 


6 4 


5 56 


8 


11 4 


18 


G 


3d in Lent. winds. 


6 3 


5 


5 7 


1 6 


morn. 


19 


2 


Jup. ri. 6h. 58m. ) runs low 


6 2 


5 


53 


2 5 


9 


20 


3 


Now expect ram near this 


6 1 


5 


59 


3 3 


1 8 


21 


4 


Benedict. 0ent. Y* time. 


5 59 


5 


1 


4 1 


1 57 


£2 


5 


7*ssou. lib. 


5 5v> 


G 


2 


4 57 


2 46, 


23 


6 


Pleasant weather. 


5 56 


6 


4 


5 50 


3 23 


24 


7 


Day break 4h. 16m. 


5 55 


6 


5 


6 41 


4 1 


25 


G 


4th in lent, mldlent. An. 


5 53 


8 


7 


7 SO 


4 33 


26 


2 


B.V.M. Blustering. 


5 52 


6 


8 


3 18 


5 5 


27 


3 


$ rise 4h. 2m. Expect 


5 51 


6 


9 


9 5 


j)se;s 


28 


4 


6^5 more falling 


5 49 


6 


11 


9 51 


7 44 


29 


5 


h V c? weather near this 


5 48 


6 


12 


10 38 


8 42 


30 


6 


<? O 21 • sun si. elk. 5m, 


5 47 


6 


13 


11 25 


9 39 


31*7 'ChUling winds. time. 


5 45 


6 


15 


aft.12 


10 36 



IV. Mo. APRIL hath 30 days. 1827. j 


First qr.4d.91i. 38i«. mo. \ Last qr.18i.10h. 32m mor.S 


Full mo. lld.6h.36m aft, | Newmo.25d.l0b. 15m. aft. 1 


mIwI Calendar, fee. l@r.l0s.!Fsea lr.fs 


1| 


G 


5th in em. Pieasant 


5 44 


6 16 


r 


11 26 


2 


2 


2r.se 3 .59m. M. apogee 


5 42 


6 18 


1 49 


morn. 


3 


3 


Q si. bl. 3m. Changeable 


5 41 


6 19 


2 37 


8 


4 


4 


Day I v. 3b. 58m. weather. 


5 40 


6 20 


3 25 


56 


5 


5 


Inf. d O $• Some 


5 38 


6 22 


4 12 


1 35 


6 


6 


signs of a storm. 


5 37 


6 23 


5 


2 15 


7 


7 


2/sin.llh. 30 v. 


5 35 


6 25 


4 47 


2 48 


8G 


6 in lent. Falm Sun. 


5 34 


6 26 


6 35 


3 21 


92 


$rise 2h. 56m. morn. 


5 33 


6 27 


7 24 


3 55 


10 


3 


Exp .ct a Moiin n^ar this 


5 31 


6 29 


8 15 


4 29 


U 


4 


tiro 4 


5 30 


6 30 


9 d\ 3) rise 


12 


5 


Hitrh tides. Chargeable 


5 29 


6 31 


10 4 7 45 


13 6 


Good Friday. weather. 


5 27 


6 33 


11 3 8 55 


14I7- 


11 sou. llh. D perigee. 


5 26 


6 34 


mora. 10 5 


15 G 


Easter Sunt!. Qd. even 


5 25 


6 35 


3 


11 9 


,16 2 


E. Mood. 


5 24 


6 36 


1 4 


morn. 


173 


E. Tues. Spring like 


5 22 


6 38 


2 4 


8 


;i8 4 


weather. Fragrant 


5 21 


6 39 


3 1 


51 


19 5 


Lex'nir battri '76. shower* 


5 


6 40 


3 55 


1 31 


206 


Venus' rJ.3h.49 . ©ftri^.b 


5 18 


6 42 


4 46 


2 11 


217 


Bool winds. Fh jng clduds 


5 17 


6 43 


5 35 


2 43 


22 G 


1st. aft. Easter. Low Sun»l. 


5 16 


6 44 


6 21 


3 15 


23i2 


7*8 set 9 o*cl <"k. 


5 15 


6 45 


7 8 


3 46 


24|S 


Daybr. 3h 22m. Pleasant 
*v)edip30. Cool for 
9 rise 3h. 2m. t e 
Sun fast clock 2m. season 


5 13 


6 '.7 


7 54 


4 17 


25 


4 


5 12 


6 48 


8 40 


5 sets 


26 


5 


5 ll t 6 49 


9 26 


7 38 


m 





5 10 


6 5C 


10 IS 


8 33 


2c 


► 7 


Rather dry for April. 


5 £ 


6 51 


11 1 


9 29 


i» 


>G 


r 2<1 aft. Easter. 'Some si^ns 


5 f 


6 5S 


11 4S 


10 14 


1S02 


5 apogee or rain 


[5 6 6 54 


Wter. 


11 



V. Mo. MAY h.i'h.Sl day-. 




First qr. i4d.2h.38m. morn. 


Ltistqr. Yt 


d. oil. 12 -*... all. 


Full mo.lld.3h.38m.n ; r. 


New mo 2 


• 3m.. nft. 


M|W| Calendar, See, j ®i%i®t.iF.sea.|f 3)b : 


1 


3 


St Phil, and Jam s. 


5 5 


6 


S5 


I 25111 42 


2 


4 


Elect- at Hartford. Cool 


5 3 


6 


57 


2 12 


morn. 


3 


5 


9 rise 3h. 36m. mor. wind. 


5 2 


@ 


£8 


2 53 


19 


4 


6 


Fragrant showers. 


5 1 


6 


V! 


3 44 


52 


5 


7 


Day br. 3b. 4m. 


5 


7 





4 31 


1 20 


6 


G 


3d aft. Easter. Pleasant. 


4 59 


7 


1 5 13 


1 58 


7 


2 


A thick air. Some sfjgas of 


4 53 


7 


2 


6 7 


2 29 


8 


3 


$ rise 3h. 24m. rain, 


4 57 


7 


3 


6 58 


3 


9 


4 


Perhaps thunder. 


4 56 


7 


4 


7 52 


3 38 


10 


5 


O fastcl. 4m. Cool winds-. 


4 55 


7 


5 


8 50 


4 15 


11 


6 


j)eclips. Showers in 


4 54 


7 


(J 


9 51 


C r se 


12 


7 


M. perigee. High tides. 


4 53 


7 


7 


10 53 


8 56 


13 


G 


4?h aft. E. many places.; 


4 52 


7 


8 


11 55 


10 


1-1 


2 


2/set2h.59m. 


4 5) 


7 


9 


morn. 


10 47 


15 


3 


Variable weather. 


4 50 


7 


10 


.55 


11 35 


16 


4 


Expect some rain near this 


4 49i 


7 


11 


1 52 


morn. 


17 


5 


time. 


4 48 


7 


12 


2 46 


25 


18 


6 


V rise 3h. 16m. morn. 


4 47 


7 


13 


3 35 


50 


19 


7 


Pleasant, springlike 


4 46 


7 


11 


4 23 


1 2 


20 


G 


5th aft. E. R,o£.Sun. 


4 45 


7 


15 


5 9 


1 50 


21 


2 


© ent. n v lather \ 


4 44 


7 


16 


5 54 


2 20 


22 


3 


Some want of rain. 


4 43 


7 


17 


6 39 


2 50 


23 


4 


fast cJ. 3m. 


4 42 


7 


18 


7 25 


3 25 


24 


5 


Asc. Holy Thurs. Foggy. 


4 42 


7 


18 


3 11 


4 1 


25 


6 


bay br. 2b. 34m. Mornings 


4 43 


7 


19 


8 58 


Dsets 


26 


7 


9 rise 3h. 10m. warm. 


4 40 


7 


20 


9 46 


8 13 


27 


G 


•mnd. aft. ascen. £ apogee. 


4 39 


7 


21 


10 34 


3 57 


28 


2 


E. term ends. 


4 39 


7 


21 


11 21 


9 42 


29 


3 


Some want of rain. 


4 38 


7 


22 


after8 


10 23 


30 


4 


Unsettled weather, and we 


4 37 


7 


S3 


54 


10 54 


|31 


5 


may expect rain soon. 


4 37 


7 


23 


1 39 


11 23 



VI Mo, JUNE hath 30 days. 1827 


First qr. 2d. 4h. 6m. art. 


Last qr. 16d. 3h. 40m. mo. 


Full mo. 9d. llh. 3m. morn 


New mo. 24<i. 5b. 17m. mo. 


,m!w| Calendar, &c I .i'.|^s. F e | 


". C Si 


1 


6 


Q last cl.2m. Plea- an 


4 36\7 2^ 


% 24 11 <M 


2 


7 


V rise 3b. 4m. Vat iable 


4 36 


7 24 


3 10; mora. 


3 


C 


Whit Sund. weather. 


4 35 


7 25 


3 56! 26 


4 


2 


A growing season. 


4 34 


7.26 


4 44 58 


•5 


3 


Day br. 2b /22m. Heat 


4 34 


7 26 


5 35 


1 29 


6 


4 


increase*. Thunder in 


4 33 


7 27 


6 30 


2 7 


7 


5 


9 rise 2h. 59m. many 


4 33 


7 27 


7 28 


2 45 


8 


6 


7*s rise lb. 


4 33 


7 27 


I 3C 


3 36 


9 


*> 


J) perigee places. 


4 32 


7 28 


9 52 


Drise 


10 


G 


Trim Sund. High tides. 


4 32 


7 28 


10 36 


8 36 


11 


2 


Some rain near this time. 


4 32 


7 28 


11 36 


':> 28 


12 


3 




4 31 


7 29 


morn. 


10 20 


13 


4 


7*s rise 2h. 42m. Grows 


4 31 


7 29 


33 


10 49 


U 


5 


5 rise 2h. 53m. rather 


4 31 


7 29 


1 26 


11 IS 


15 





Tr;n. term begin?. dry 


4 31 


7 29 


2 15 


11 49 


116 


7 


Q clock even. We may 


4 31 


7 29 


3 S 


morn. 


17 


G 


lstaft.Trin. expect 


4 31 


7 29 


3 49 


21 


18 


2 


some rain near this time, 


4 31 


7 30 


4 34 


53 


19 


3 


and perhaps thunder. 


4 30 


7 30 


5 19 


1 21 


20 


4 


I; Set Oh. 28m. 


4 30 


7 30 


6 5 


1 57 


l\ 


5 


Summer advances. 


4 30 


7 30 


6 51 


2 33 


I'l 


6 


© ent 25. J) high* 


4 30 


7 30 


7 38 


3 16 


^ 


7 


^ apogee. Heat increases. 


4 30 


7 30 


8 26 


4 


21 


G 


2aft. Trin. St. John Baptist. 


4 30 


7 29 


9 14 


([ sets 


25 


2 


A fine season, and we 


4 31 


7 29 


10 1 


8 U 


26 


3 


£rise2h.4m. may 


1 31 


7 29 


10 47 


8 5^ 


27 


4 


D Q 2/ • If set midnight. 


4 31 


7 29 


11 33 


9 23 


2C 


5 


expect more raia near this 


4 31 


7 29 


alt.17 


9 54 


29 


6 St. Peter. time 


4 31 7 29 


1 2 


10 24 


30 


7fwithoutfail. 


4 31|7 29 


1 47 


10 55 



TIL Mo. JULY hath 31 days. 


1^7. \ 


First qr.2d. 21i.21m.mom. 
Fuiimo.8d.5h. 43.ni.aft. 
Lastqr.l5d. 3h. 48m. aft. 


vew mo. 23d. 7h. 57m. after 
First qr. 31d. lOh. 12m. mo. 


m|w( Calendar, &c. 


3r.J:^s fF.sea|i\>8. 


1 


G 


3d aft. Trin. 6 Ofy. A 


4 32 


7 


28 


2 33 


10 22 


2 


2 


Visit. BVM. growing 


4 32 


7 


28 


3 21 


11 56 


3 


3 


season. Rather cool for Jmv 


4 32 


7 


28 


4 12 


morn. 


4 


4 


Tr.term ends. Independ. 76 


4 33 


7 


27 


5 7 


33 


5 


5 


M. runs low. Expect rain 


4 33 


7 


27 


6 5 


1 19 


6 


6 


Day br. 2h.l7m. 8c perhaps 


4 33 


7 


27 


7 6 


2 6 


7 


7 


2 rise 2h. 50m. thunder: 


4 34 


7 


26 


8 9 


3 8 


8 


G 


4 at;. Trin. If set 10h.36m. 


4 34 


7 


26 


9 11 


j) rise 


9 


2 


iVL perigee. Variable 


4 35 


7 


25 


10 11 


7 54 


10 


3 


High tides weather 


4 36 


7 24 


11 7 


8 33 


11 


4 


3 si. cl. 5m. Pleasant 


4 36 


7 


24 


morn. 


9 12 


12 


5 


d Q % very warm 


4 37 


7 


23 


1 


9 41 


13 


3 


weather. A growing sea- 


4 38 


7 


21 


50 


10 11 


14 


7 


9 rise 2h .55m. son 


4 38 


7 


22 


1 38 


10 46 


15 


G 


5 aft. Trin. Some rain and 


4 39 


< 


21 


2 2S 


1) 20 


16 


2 


thunder near these days, 


4 40 


7 


20 


3 11 


( i 50 


17 


3 


Day br. 2a 30m. 


4 40 


7 


20 


3 57;morri. 


18 


4 


Warm pleasant weather. 


4 41 


7 


19 


4 44 


31 


19 


5 


% sets lOh. 31m. Distant 


4 42 


7 


18 


5 31 


1 13 


20 


6 


9 rise 3h. 2m. thunder. 


4 43 


7 


17 


6 18 


1 55 


21 


7 


M. apogee. Changeable. 


4 43 


7 


17 


7 6 


2 45 


22 


G 


6 aft. Trin. Thunder show. 


4 44 


7 


16 


7 54 


3 35 


23 


2 


Q) ent. % frs in some 


4 45 


7 


15 


8 41 


^sets 


24 


3 


places. Good weather for 


4 46 


7 


14 


9 27 


7 23 


25 


4 


Dog days begin haying. 


4 47 


7 


13 


10 13 


7 55 


26 


5 


$nse3h. 11m. 


4 48 


7 


12 


10 58 


8 27 


27 6 


Warm. A fine growing 


4 49 


7 


11 


11 43 


8 5s 


28 


7 


(^) si. cl. 6m. season 


4 50 


7 


10 


aft.29 


9 28 


29 


G 


7 aft. Trin. 


4 51 


7 


9 


1 16 


9 59 


30 


2 


Creditors have better mem- 


4 52 


7 


8 


2 5 10 31 i 


,31 


3 


ories than debtors. 


4 53 


7 


7 


2 57(11 1 



VIII. Mo. AUGUST hath 31 days. 1827. 


Fail mo. 7l.0ti. 53m. tno. 


New mo. 22d. 9:i.4im mor 


Lastqr. 14*i. 7h. lm.mo. 


First q ; .29d.4h. 34m. aft. 


m|w| Calendar, Sec. \ j .| v£s.|F.seH|r. J> s - 


1 


4 


Lammas % set 9b. 44m. 


4 54 


7 b 


3 52 


morn. 


2 


5 


rise 3h. 23m. 


4 55 


7 5 


4 50 


2 


g 


6 


Variable weather. 


4 56 


7 4 


5 51 


49 


4 


7 


Dav br. 3h. 


4 57 


7 3 


6 62 


1 53 


5 


G 


8th aft. Trin. ^ perigee. 


4 58 


7 2 


7 52 


2 57 


6 


2 


Traiifcfis of ourL. Now 


4 59 


7 1 


8 50 


4 6 


f t 


3 


Full tides a spell 


5 


7 


9 46 


j) rise 


8 


4 


'21 setsGh. 20m. 


5 1 


6 "59 


10 46 


1 42 


9 


5 


of fair weather. 


5 2 


6 58 


11 29 


8 15 


10 


6 


St.L^w. Warm and dry. 


5 4 


6 56 


moro. 


8 48 


11 


7 


Thunder shower 6 m gohre 


5 5 


6 55 


17 


9 21 


LS 


G 


9aft.Trin. h W places. 


5 6 


6 54 


1 5 


9 55 


13 


2 


Unse tied weather • Some 


5 7 


6 53 


1 52 


10 29 


\* 


3 


$rise 3h. 50m. trior, signs 


5 8 


6 52 


2 40 


11 5 


15 


4 


O si. c'. 4'D. of rair,. 


5 9 


6 51 


3 27 


11 52 


16 


5 


M.o I igij. which would 


5 11 


6 49 


4 15 


morn. 


1? 


6 


Moon apogee, be very bene 


5 12 


6 48 


5 S 


37 


- ? 


7 


Days dec. lh. 26m. ficial. 


5 13 


6 47 


5 51 


1 30 


19 




tOaftfTr. 7*srise 9b. 48m. 


5 14 


6 46 


6 39 


2 23 


-.-'J 


2 


2J. sfetsBb. 40m. Pleasant 


5 16 


6 44 


7 26 


1 19 


21 


S 


Expect some ruin 


5 17 


6 43 


8 12 


4 16 


2£ 


4 


Day br. 3-,. 30m. near 


5 18 


6 42 


8 58 


sets 


22 


5 


eirt. Ti£. this 


5 19 


6 41 


9 44 


7 2 


24 


6 


St. Bhi :. time. 


5 21 


6 39 


10 31 


8 33 


25 


7 


% set 8h. 22m. Distant 


5 22 


6 38 


11 18 


8 5 


26 


G 


1 t a . i . thunder. 


5 23 


6 37 


' -.12 


8 40 


2? 


2 


V rise 4h. 22m. morn. 


5 25 


6 35 


58 


9 15 


^8 


3 


Rain much wanted. 


5 26 


6 34 


1 52 


10 3 


^9 


4 


Commence' t Cambridge. 


5 27 


6 33 


2 49 


10 50 


30 


5 


Nights some cooler, some 


5 28 


6 32 


3 47 


11 49 


31 


(J 


prospect of rain. 


5 30 


6 30 


4 46 


moro , j 



IX. Mo. SEPTEMBER Imth 30 days. 



1827 



Full mo. 5<J. 9b. 49m. mo. 
Last qr. 13d. Oh. 57m. mo. 



lSewmo.20d.10tr 

First qr.27d.101j. 



44m. aft. 
27 m. aft. 



W\ M i Calendar, &c„ |^r|(v>*\{Fsta.}r r &s. 


1 


Jj.fi rise 41i. 40m. Pleasant 


5 


33 


3 


29 


5 4 j 


49 


2 


G 


12 aft. Trin: M. perigee. 


5 


55 


6 


33 


6 43 


1 58 


3 


2 


Dog days end. 


5 


33 


3 


37 


7 38 


3 8 


4 


3 


Variable weather. 


5 


35 


6 


25 


8 32 


4 12 


3 


J 


High tides. Comm't Prov. 


5 


37 


6 


23 


9 23 


(£ rise 


6 


5 


Ptain much wanted. 


5 


39 


8 


21 


10 13 


6 49 


7 


6 


( -z) fastcl. 2m. Fine 


5 


40 


S 


20 


11 2 


7 25 


8 


7 


Nfativ. BViM. pleasant 


5 


41 


6 


19 


11 51 


8 


9 


G 


13 aft. Trin. evenings. 


5 


43 





17 mom. 


8 37 


10 


2 


Cool evenings and warm 


5 


44 


6 


16 


39 


9 14 


11 


3 


Day br. 4h. days. 


5 


45 


6 


15 


1 28 


9 58 


12 


4 


Com. Y. College. 


5 


47 


8 


13 


2 16 


10 42 


13 


5 


7*s rise 8h. 39m. 


5 


43 


6 


13 


3 4 


11 33 


U 


3 


j) apgee. 


5 


49 


6 


11 


3 53 


mom. 


15 


7 


Thunder showers in some 


5 


51 


6 


9 


4 40 


23 


16 


S 


14 ait. Trin. places. 


5 


52 


6 


8 


5 27 


1 19 


17 


2 


Now we may expect 


5 


54 


6 


G 


6 14 


2 15 


18 


3 


rain and 


5 


55 1 6 


5 


7 1 


3 9 


19 


4 


2/set7h. 3m.- , high 


5 


56 


6 


4 


7 37 


4 4 


20 


5 


wind near this time. 


5 


57 


6 


3 


8 34 


D sets 


21 


6 


St. Matthew. 


5 


58 


6 


2 


9 22 


6 14 


22 


7 


Pleasant weather. 


5 


53 


6 


1 


10 12 


6 49 


23 


G 


15 aft. Trin. Q ent. & 


G 





6 





11 3 


7 23 


24 




<? Full tides. 

Thick smoky air. 


6 


2 


5 


53 


11 57 


8 14 


25 




6 


3 


5 


57 


aft.53 


8 56 


26 




Daybr. 4b. 30 m. 


6 


4 


5 


56 


1 54 


9 52 


27 


< 


:) fastcl. 8m. Some 


6 


6 


5 


54 


2 50 


10 49 


28 


5 


Moon perigee. rain 


G 


7 


5 


53 


3 48 


11 57 


29 


7 


near this time. 


6 


9 


5 


51 


4 45 


morn. 


30 


G 


16th aft. Trin. Pleasant 


6 


10 


5 


50 


5 39 


4> 



X. Mo. OCTOBER hatb 31 days. 18277"*, 


Full mo. 4d. 9h. 32m. alter. [New mo.20d. Hh.Ona.mor 
Lastqr. 12d.8h. 30m. after. [First qr. 27d.5h. lm.mor* 


m|w| Calendar, Sec. |0r.l0s. |F~sea|r. }) s. 


1 ■ 


I Days'Jengtn, llh.38m. 


6 11 


5 49 


6 m 


2 12 


2 ,' 


3 Daybr. 4h.36m. Fine 


6 15 


5 47 


7 23 


3 21 


hi 


1 O test el. lira. weather. 


6 14 


5 46 


8 13 


4 27 


A{ 


> Variable weather. 


6 16 


5 44 


9 2 


]) rise 


5{ 


> Cool nights. Some 


6 17 


5 43 


9 50 


6 7 


6' 


' Sup. ^02- frosty 


6 IS 


5 42 


10 49 


6 42 


7( 


> 17 aft. Trin. mornings. 


6 20 


5 40 


11 28 


7 18 


8$ 


> % rise 3h.50w. 


6 21 


5 39 


morn. 


8 1 


9^ 


5 j) runs high 


6 22 


5 38 


17 


8 43 


1CM 


[ 7 stars rise 7h. 


6 24 


5 36 


1 5 


9 32 


11 £ 


Hazy thick air, some 


6 25 


5 35 


1 54 


10 21 


12 € 


M. apogee. rain about 


6 27 


5 33 


2 42 


11 16 


13- 


U(Jh this time 


6 28 


5 32 


3 29 


morn. 


14( 


* 18 aft Trin. Pleasant 


6 30 


5 30 


4 15 


12 


15$ 


! agreeable weather. 


6 31 


5 29 


5 1 


1 9 


163 


©f;istcl.l5ra. 


6 32 


5 28 


5 46 


2 7 


it 4 


The weather grows 


6 34 


5 26 


6 33 


3 8 


185 


St Luke. 6G)% rather 


6 35 


5 23 


7 20 


4 10 


19 6 


dry. Some prospects ol ? 


6 36 


5 24 


8 9 


5 17 


20 7 


©eclipsed storm. 


6 38 


5 22 


9 1 


j)set 


21 C 


» 19 aft. Trin. near this 


6 39 


5 21 


9 55 


6 10 


22 2 


High tides. time. 


6 40 


5 20 


10 52 


6 59 


23 3 


J perigee. J low 


6 42 


5 18 


11 50 


7 48 


24 4 


) ent. It] . Pleasant 


6 43 


5 17 


aft.40 


8 52 


25 5 


weather for (he season. 


6 44 


5 16 


1 47 


9 56 


26 6 


% rise 3h 40m. morn. 


6 45 


5 15 


2 37 


10 56 


27 7 


7 stars rise 6h- 


6 47 


5 13 


3 32 


morn. 


28 C 


J 20 aft.T' in St. S.and Jude. 


6 48 


5 12 


4 34 


3 


29 2 


Daybr. 5b. 15m. 


5 49 


5 11 


5 24 


t 19 


30- 


f st cl. 16m. Wind)|6 51 


5 9 


6 13 


2 24 ; 


314 


(veatber, some signs of rain. (6 52 


5 8 


7 9l| 3 29 



iXL 


\lo. NOVEMBER hath 


SO davs. 




1827.; 


Full 


mo'.3d.9h. 27m. ait. 


New mo 


. 18d. 10b. 32m. aft. i 


Lastqr.lld.4h.12m. aft. 


First qr. 


25d. In. 31m. aft. 


M 


Wf Calendar, &c. lQr.|0s.«F sea./r 3>s.l 


1 


5 


AH saints. Pleasant tor 


6 


53 


5 7 


7 48 


4 31 


2 


6 


All souls. the season. 


6 


54 


5 G 


8 36 


3 34 


3 


7 


3 eclipsed. Cold nights 


6 


55 


5 5 


9 24 


J) rise 


4 


G 


21 aft. Trinity. Heavy 


6 


57 


5 3 


10 IS 


5 57 


5 


2 


frosts, which 


6 


58 


5 2 


It 2 


6 41 


6 


3 


Day br. 5h. 20m. remind 


6 


59 


5 1 


11 50 


7 26 


7 


4 


us of approaching winter. 


7 





5 


morn. 


8 17 


8 


5 


]) apogee. 


7 


1 


4 59 


38 


9 9 


S 


6 


Fair pleasant weather, 


7 


3 


4 57 


I 25 


10 4 


10 


7 


5 gV. elonj, but 


7 


5 


4 55 


2 11 


10 59 


11 


G 


22 aft. Tnn. rather 


7 


6 


4 54 


2 5Q 


11 51 


12 


2 


dry for the season. 


7 


7 


4 53 


3 40 


morn. 


13 


3 


\l rise 8h. 52m. 


7 


8 


4 52 


4 25 


44 


14 


4 


Changeable weather. 


7 


9 


4 51 


5 10 


1 51 


15 


5 


(7) fastcl. 15m. Some 


7 


10 


4 50 


5 51 


2 58 


16 


6 


signs of a storm. 


7 


11 


4 49 


6 47 


4 4 


17 


7 


7*s South at midnight 


7 


12 


4 48 


7 39 


5 11 


18 


G 


23 aft. Triu. Cold in- 


7 


13 


4 47 


8 39 


j)sets 


10 


2 


IjriseSh. 25m. creasea 


7 


14 


4 46 


9 34 


5 36 


20 


3 


j) perigee. Hifch tides. 


7 


15 


4 45 


10 35 


6 38 


21 


4 


Nov the cold north wind 


7 


16 


4 44 


11 36 


7 40 


22 


5 


y ent. f. reminds 


7 


17 


4 43 


aft.38 


8 49 


23 


6 


us to prepare for winter. 


7 


13 


4 42 


1 34 


9 59 


24 


7 


Days' length 9h. 22m. 


7 


19 


4 41 


2 28 


11 9 


26 


G 


24 -ft. Trio. Now 


7 


19 


4 41 


3 19 


morn. 


26 


> 


I rise 4h. 40m. morn. 


7 20 


4 40 


4 8 


16 


27 


3 


' ?ay r.r. 5b. 39ra. expect 


7 


21 


4 39 


4 55 


1 22 


i28 


4 


7*s sou. lib. 12m. rainor 


7 


21 


4 39 


5 42 


2 23 


i2b 


5 


snow near this time. 


7 22 


4 38 


6 28 


3 25 


i'.V* 


> 


3t. Andrew. 


7 


22 


4 38 


SJ* 


4 2 



kll. LVlo. 



DECEMBER Tiath 31 days. 



1827, 



Full mo. 3'tii 6h. 3m. mo. New mo 
Last qr. lid. I0h. 36m. mo. Firs <jr. 
M(W] ( alendar, &c. 

"l]7"T7*slouth llh." © fast c! 

2'!G| Advent. Pleas m 



18d. 
25d. 



9h. 18mrao i 
lh.Om. mo. 



i©M(v)s.LF.sea|r.J)s, 



3J2 U;oon high. 

3h. 40m. 



but wf 
4;3 |Day br. 5h. 40m. may 

' expect a severe snow storm 
Moon apogee. near 

$ sets 5b. 32m. this time. 
CoDcep. B.V.M. 
2d in Advent. 

Pleasant, then comes 
cold and windy. 
O fast cl. 5m.- 
r ; 's south 10b. 12m. 
2/rise3h. 39m. M. 
Gee. Washington died 1799. 

3 in advent. 
j) runs low. We may 

expect rain or snow, or 
2 sets 5h.47m, both. 

£ perigee. High tides. 

St. Thomas, near this time. 
Ci) ent. y? Variable 

4 in advent. weather. 
0cl. even. Pleasant 
Christmas. 
7*s south 9b. 16m. 

Take each man's censure 
* But reserve thy judgment. 
Day br. 5h. 44m. 

God has taken away ; bu. 
He first grave. 



..! 





o 


i 


9 


n 


lo 


2 


11 


3 


12 


1 


13 


5 


11 


6 


\f) 


7 


16 


£ 


Vt 


2 


m 


3 


19 


4 


20 


5 


2 1 


6 


22 


7 


23 


G 


24 


2 


25 


3 


26 


i 


27 


.3 


28 


6 


29 


7 


30 


G 


31 


2 



7 23 


4 37 


<8 2 


7 24 


4 36 


8 50 


7 24 


4 36 


9 38 


7 25 


4 35 


10 26 


7 2 


4 35 


11 13 


7 26 


4 34 


11 59 


7 26 


4 34 


morn. 


7 27 


4 33 


44 


7 27 


4 33 


1 28 


7 28 


4 32 


2 11 


7 28 


4 32 


2 55 


7 28 


4 32 


3 39 


7 29 


4 31 


4 26 


7 29 


4 31 


5 15 


7 29 


4 31 


6 7 


7 29 


4 31 


7 3 


7 29 


4 31 


8 3 


7 30 


4 30 


9 5 


7 30 


4 30 


10 7 


7 30 


4 30 


11 8 


7 30 


4 30 


aft. 6 


7 30 


4 30 


1 


7 30 


4 30 


1 51 


7 30 


4 30 


2 40 


7 29 


4 31 


3 28 


7 29 


4 31 


4 14 


7 29 


4 31 


5 1 


7 29 


4 31 


5 47 


7 29 


4 31 


6 34 


7 28 


4 32 


7 22 


7 28 


4 32 


8 22 



5 24 

6 18 
^rise 

9 

6 54 

7 48 

8 42 

9 38 

10 34 

11 35 
morn. 

33 

1 32 

2 39 

3 46 

4 53 
6 1 

Jsets. 

6 12 

7 25 

8 38 

9 47 
10 56 
morn. 

2 

1 5 

2 4 

3 4 

3 59J 

4 5| 

5 431. 



17 



INTEREST TABLE. 

Tabic of si mple Interest at six pe r cent, in Do'.ls. fc Cen ts, j 
' "Principal. |1 w. I'm, j 3 m,| 6 m. {lyear! 



DC. [p. c.j d. c.f r>. c./ d. c 



Uent3. 



Dollars. 



10 








Of 


| o o 


20 














1 o * 


30 














2 


40 











1 


2 


SO 











2 


3| 


1 








1 


3 


6 


2 





1 


3 


6 


12 


3 





6 1 


4 


9 


IB 


4 





2 


6 


12 


24 


5 


c 


3 


7 


15 


30 


10 


1 


5 15 


30 


60 


20 


2 


10 


30 


60 


1 20l 


30 


3 


15 


45 


90 


1 80 


40 


5 


20 


60 


1 20 


2 40 


500 6 


a 25 


75 


1 50 


3 


100[0 12 


50 


1 50 


3 


6 


20010 25 


1 


3 


6 


12 


300 37 


1 50 4 50 


9 


18 


4000 50 


2 o[ 6 


12 


24 


500|0 62 


2 50j 7 50 


15 


30 


1000! 


1 25 


5 


15 0) 


30 0| 


CO 



I To find the interest of any particular sum for any cer- 
tain time, multiply the sum by the number of the months, 
[take one half of the product, and you will find the two 
jright hand figures to be cents— the remainder, cmthe left 
hand are dollars, which is the answer. If there be cents, 
in the sum, after you have multiplied as above, you will 
find the two right hand figures to be fractions^ the two 

ngtceati, and the remainder in dollars. 

2 











IS 










I 




A TABLE, 


;- " 


Showing the value of any number of Cents, 


from one 


to one hundred, in shillings, p 


>ence and farthings. 


Ct8> 


?. 


<if. { 


cts 


s. d.f. ctss. 


d.f 


Ctss. 


d.f. 


1 





o a 


m 


1 6 3513 


3 


764 


6 3 


2 





1 2J 

2 1 


n 


i 7 gfcas 


1 2 


774 


7 2 


3 





28 


1 8 if 53 3 


2 1 


784 


8 1 


4 





3 0| 


29 


1 9 |54|3 


3 


79 4 


9 O 


5 





3 31 


30 


1 9 3 


55 


3 


3 3 


80 


4 


9 3 


6 





4 2 


31 


I 10 2 


56 


3 


4 1 


81 


4 


10 2 


7 





5 1 


32 
33 


I 11 1 


57 


3 


5 


82 


4 


11 1 


3 





5 3 


1 11 3 


3S 


3 


5 3 


83 


4 


11 3 


9 


') 


6 2 


34 


2 2 


59 


3 


6 a 


84 


5 


2 


10 


'} 


7 1 


35 


2 1 1 


60 


3 


7 1 


855 


1 1 


11 





8 


36 


2 2 


61 


3 


8 


865 


2 


12 


8 


8 3 


37 


2 2 3 


62 


3 


8 3^ 


875 


2 3 


13 





9 1 


38 


2 3 1 


63 


3 


9 1 


8815 


3 1 


44 


10 


30 


2 4 


'64 


3 


10 J 


89J5 


4 O 


15 





10 3 


40 


2 4 3 


65 


3 


10 3 


90|5 


4 3 


16 





11 2 


41 


2 5 2 


66 


3 


11 2 


915 


5 2 


17 


1 


1 


42 


2 6 1 


61 


4 


1 


92|5 


6 1 


18 


1 


1 


43 


2 7 


68 


4 


1 


935 


7 O 


19 


I 


1 3 


44 


2 7 3 


69 


4 


1 3 


945 


7 3 


20 


1 


2 1 


45 


2 8 2 


70.4 

714 

724 


2 1 


95 


5 


8 1 


21 


1 


3 


46 


2 9 


3 


96 


5 


9 O 


22 


1 


3 3 


47 


2 9 3 


3 3 


97 


5 


9 3 


23 


t 


4 2 


18 


2 10 2 


73J4 


4 2 


98 


5 


10 2 


24 


i 


5 1 


49 


2 11 1 


74*4 


5 1 


99*5 


11 O 


25 


1 


6 


50 


3 


75 


'4 


6 


100 


6 10 



Money accounts of the United States are to be 
expressed in Dollars or Units, Dimes or Tenths 
Cents or Hundredths, and Mills or Thousandths 
a Z)f^i(? being the tenth part of a Dollar, a CWi* 
the hundredth part of a Dollar* and a $6# the 
.hcusandth part of ^Dollar* 



19 



d TABLE of various Foreign Coin 


8, &C. 


with their 


value in Federal Money. 




Sixteenth of a dollar, 





06 21-2 


Half a Pistareen 





10 


Real Plate of Spain 





10 9 


English sixpence 





11 1 


Eighth of a dollar 





12 5 


Livre Tournois of Fiance, 





18 5 


Franc of France 





18 71-2 


Pistareen 





20 


English shilling 





22 2 


Quarter of a dollar 





25 


Mark Banco of Hamburgh 





23 


Florin or Guilder of the United > 
Netherlands \ 





40 


Half Dollar 





50 


Rupee of Bengal 




50 


Uix Dollar of Denmark and Sweden 




00 O 


Ruble of Russia, 




00 


Crowns of England and France 




11 


Milrea of Portugal 




24 


Tale of China 




48 


Pagoda of India 




84 


French Pistole 


3 


66 7 


Spanish Pistole 


*? 

o 


77 3 


Pound of Ireland 


4 


10 


Pound sterling of Great Britain 


4 


44 


French Guinea 


3 


60 


English Guinea 


4 


65 7 


Moidore 


6 


00 3 


Half Johanuaa 


3 


00 


Doubloon 


14 


93 4 


Johannas 


16 


00 



Electors' Meetings, 

Are field annually o» the Jlrsl Monday in Jpril. 



20 





ROADS. 


Old Road jrom Boston to 


Harlaem Bridge 4 


New York. 




New-York , 8 


To Cambridge 


3 


nf ,fr* 


Water town 


4 


From Boston to Hart- 


Walt bam 


3 


ford 123 


Weston 


5 


Hartford to N.York 1 12 


Sunbury 


4 


—...... 


Marlborough 


10 


Whole distance, 235 


Norihborotigh 


5 


Hartford to Windsor, Vt> 


Shrewsbury 


5 


Springfield - 2S 


Worcester 


6 


Northampton. 19 


Leicester 


5 


Deerfield 2» 


Spencer 


5 


Putney 23 


Brookiield 


7 


Ckarlestown 20 


Weston 


6 1-2 


Windsor 18 


Palmes 


t 


— 


WilbV&hara 


7 


From N London U Newport. 


Springfield 


ie 


Westerly 15 


Suffielcl 


14 


Tower Hill 25 


Windsor 


ia 


Narragansett Ferry * 3 


Harttord 


7 


Newport 7 


Berlin 


11 


From N T, to Washington, 


Meriden 


6 


Princeton 52 


Wallingford 


8 


Philadelphia 94 


New ilaveii 


9 


W<irniag>on 128 


Milfoitl 


* 9 


S jsqueuannah (Havre) 153 


Stratford 


5 


Baltimore ±92 


Bridgeport 


4 


Gents 2l^ 


Fairfield 


4 


Washington 229 


Saugat'JC 


6 


Post road from Boston to 


Norwalk 


4 


Hartford. 


Darien 


5 l-s 


Fnrmington 20 


Stafford 


4 J.2 Worcester 


Horseneok 


SStairbrvige 1* 


Rye 


frUafford 16 


Bast Chester 


i0| Vernon If 


West Farms 


■*l 


ilartford 1* 



21 



Turnpike from N.Lwdon tc 

Providence & Boston. 
To Mystic, Williams 7 1-2 
N,Stonington t Miner's 8 1-2 
Hopkinton City, 2 1-2 

West Greenwich 

Blake's 15 
Providence W 1-2 

Uoston 4*> 

Whole distance 92 1*2 

i^raflj J\T. London to Norwich 

and Boston, 
To Momvilie 



Guilford 9 

Br&nford, Barker y 

New Haven :-. 
— Total 53 
Frew JVew London to Hart- 
ford. 

Waterford 5 

Montville— Turner 3 

Salem q 

Colchester & 

Marlborough— Buell 8 

Glastenbury — Hollister 5 

Wells 5 

Hartford 4 3-4 



Norwich 


fl 


Total 


4,2 3-4 


Jewett's City 


g 


Frew Hartford to 


Albany. 


Plainfield 


7 


Northington 


10 


Sterling 


4 


N T . Hartford 


10 


Scituate 


tl 


Winchester 


s 


Providence 


U 


Norfolk 


8 


Attleborough 


12 


Sheffield 


14 


Walpole 


10 


Great Harrington 


6 


Dedhara 


10 


W.Stockbridge 


30 


Boston 


10 


If Canaan 


8 




l-ll 


Chatham 


(i 


— Total 


100 


Nassau Village 


4 


Frcm Boston to Portland. 


Schod&ck 


6 


Lynn 


7 


Albany (N. S. Skin tier) C 


Salem 


12 




— . 


Ipswich 


7 


~ Total 


New bury pott 


is 


From Albany to I 


"tica. 


Hampton 


15 


Schenectady 


U r 


Portsmouth 


10 


Amsterdam 


ic 


i\ en u check 


• 29 


Cauknawaugr«. 


9 


Portland 


27] 


Johnston 


{ fe 


— Total 


• 119) 


Palatine 




From JVew London lb 


«A1?w- 


:\fanheinr 




Haven. 




Little Falls 


r 


Lyme 


16 


Herkimer 


7 


Say brook 


*l 


Schuyler 





Killingworth 


8 


Utica, (SLepard.) 


10 



22 



From Uticaio Canandaigua, 



New Hartford 

Westmoreland 

Vernoa 

Lenox 

Sullivan 

Manlias 

East Hill 

West Hill 

Marcellus 

Ninemile creek 

Skeneatelos 

Auburn 

Cayuga 

Geneva 

Gorham 

Canandaigua 



From Canandaigua to Buf- 
falo. 

East Bloomfietd 6 

West Bloomfield 5 

Lima 5 

Avon 3 

Caledonia 7 

.Batavia 18 

Buffalo 36 
From Canandaigua to Niag- 
ara Falls. 

Genesee ltiver 27 1.2 

Batavia 27 



Buffalo Creek 


36 


Chippewa 


19 


Niagara Fall* 


21-2 




■^■■. m> 


- , , % 


112 


From Providence to Hart- 


ford. 




Plainfield 


30 


Windham 


14 


Hartford 


30 


Middle Road from 


Boston 


to Hartford. 




Dedham 


10 


VIendcm 


22 


Oxbridge 


6 


Douglass 


5 


Thompson 


8 


Pomfret 


6 


Ashford 


31 


Mansfield 


8 


Coventry 


6 


East Hartford 


14 


Hartford 


1 



97 

From Hartford to J\ . Haven 

through Middleto'wn. 
Middletown i5 

Northford 12 

New Haven 13 



Distances from Washington— Main Post Road. 
Northern Route. — To Baltimore, 37 miles; Wilmington 
(Del.) HI— Philadelphia 139— Trenton 170— N. Brims- 
wick 196— New York, 229— Stamford 266— New Haven 
306— Hartford, 340— New London, 360— Norwich, .373— 
Providence, 4l8— Boston,453 ; Portland, 580 ; Eastport,8SS, 
Southern Route. — Richmond, 123— Fayetteville, 348— • 
Charleston. 544— Savannah, 637— St. Mary's 808. v 



23 

TARIFF,^ 

OR RATES OF DUTY, 

Conformably to the existing laws, on the 1st July, 1325 

TABLE I. 
Articles subject to ad valorem rates of duly. 

Arms, fire, all other, 30 a 33 f.* 

\rms. side, 30 a 33 f. 

Articles all.composed wholly or chiefly of gold, silver, peai i. 

and precious Stones, 12 1-2 a 13 3-4 f. 
Articles, all other, of glass m addition to two cents per 

pound, 20 a 22 f. 
Articles all, not free, and not subject to any other rate of 

duty, (see gold leaf) 15 a 16 l-2f. 
Baizes, 33 1-3 a. 36 2-3 f. 
Balsams, 30 a. 33 f. 
Blank books, 30 a 33 f. 
Blankets, 25 a 27 1-2 f. 
Bonnets for women, 30 a. 33 f. 
Braids for making hats or bonnets, 50 a 55 f. 
Brass, all manufactures of, not otherwise specified, oi? q! 

which brass is a component material, 25 a. 27 1*2 f . 
Brass, in plates or sheets, 15 per cent a. 16 1-2 f. 
Brass wire, 25 a. 27 l-2f. 
Bridles, 30 a. 33 f, 
Bristol stones, 12 !-2 a. 13 3.4 f. 
Brushes, 30 a. 33 f. 
Xiuekles, 25 a. 27 1.2 f. 
Buttons, 25 a 27 1-2 f. 
Sutton moulds, 20 a. 22 f. 
Burlaps, 15 a. 16 1-2 f. 
Cabinet wares, 30 a. 33. f. 
Canes, 30 a. S3 f. 

on, 25 a. 27 1-2 f. 

*~~ a. stands for American vessel—?, j or Foreign, 



u 

Capers, SO a. 33 f. . 
v'aps for women, 30 a„ 33 f. 
Caps or hats of wool, 30 a. S3 f. 

fur, 30, a. 33 f . 

leather, 30 a. 33 f, 

silk, 30 a. 33 f. 
Carpeting, oil cloth, of every description, 30 a. .33 £ 
Carpets and carpeting, all other, made of tow, flag's, or 

any other material, 30 a. 33 f. 
Carriages of all descriptions, and parts of carriages, 

"Ohina ware, 20 a. 22 f. 

Cloths, boiling. 15 a. 16 1-2 f. 

Cloth hai,r,«and*hair seating, .SO at-453 f 

ClotlteJ oil, of every description, 30 a. 33 f. 

Plothing, ready made, 30 a. 33 f. 

Coach laces, of cotton } or other materials, 35 a. 38 1-2 f, 

Comfits of all descriptions, preserved in sugar or branch*, 
30 a. 33 f. 

Copper,\aIi vessels of, 35 a. 38 1-2 f. 

Cosmetics, 30 a. S3 f. 

Cotton, all manufactures of, not herein specified, or of 
which cotton shall be a component part ; with special 
provisions as to cotton cloths, or of which cotton shall 

ri be a component material. 25 a. 9.7 1.2 f. 

Cotton, cioths all whatsoever, or cloths of which cotton 
shall be a component material (excepting nankeens im- 
ported directly from China,) the original cost of which 
at the place whence imported, with the addition of 
twenty per centum if imported from the Cape of Good 
Hope, or anyplace bsyond it ; and often per centum. 
if 1m ported from any other place, shall he less than 
: Ly cents per square yard, shall , with such add ition, 
i'£ taken and deemed to have cost thirty cents per square 
v and) txr.il shall be charged with duty accordingly, 25 a. 
27 1-2 f. - 

otton twist, Cotton'yarn, Cotton thread,— all unbleached 
and coloured,' the original cost of which shall be less 
than sixty cents per pound, shall be deemed and take:: 
to have coat sixty cents per pound, and shall be charged 
with duty accordingly, 25 a. 27 1.2 f. 



Cdtton yarn, Cotton twist, Cotton thread,— all bleached or 
colou red, the original cost of which shall be less than 
seventy five cents per pound, shall be deemed and taken 
to have cost seventy five cents per pound, and shall be 
charged with duty accordingly, 25 a. 27 1.2 f« 

Cotton, stockings of, 25 a. 27 1-2 f. 

Cuttlery, 23 a. 27 1-2 f. 

Duck, sad, 15 a. 16 1 2 f. 

Dying drugs, and all materials for composing: dyes^not sub- 
ject to other rates nf duty, 12 12 a. 13 3.4 f, 

Earthen ware, 20 a, 22 f. 

Embroidery, 12 1-2 a. 13 S*4 f. 

Epaulets, 13 1-2 a- 13 3-4 f. 

Fans, 30 a. 33 f. 

Feathers for beds, 15 percent, a. 16 1-2 f. 
ornamental, 30 a. 33 f. 

Flannels, 33 1-3 a. 36 2-3 f. 

Flats or Plats for making: hats or bonnets, 50 a. 55 f 

F|gx, all manufactures o£,not herein specified, or of which 
flax shall be a component part, 23 a. 27 1-2 f. 

Floor cloths, made of tow, flags, or any other ^m?,: 
30 a. 33 f. 

Flowers, artificial, SO a 33 f. 

Frames, or sticks, for umbrellas or parasols, 30 a. 53 j£ 

Fur., hats or caps of, 3d a. 33 f. 

Gilt wares of all kinds, 20 a. 22 f. 

Glass, cut, all wares of, not specified, in addition io three 
cents per pound, 30 a 33 f. 

Glass, on all, other articles of, in addition to two cents per 
pound, 20 a 22 f. 

Glass manufactures, or articles ©f glass, which cannot foirlj 
he brought within the operation of the act of 22d May 
1824, such as looking-glasses in frames,aud looking' glass 
plates, silvered, 20 a. 22 f. 

Gold, all articles composed whollv or chiefly of, v i2 1.2 a# 
13 3 4 f. 

Gftld lace, 12 1-2 a 13 3-4 f. 

Gold leaf, and all articles not free aud not sobje 
other rate of duty, 15 a. 1G 1-2 f. 

Gum Arabic, 12 1-2 a. 13 3-4 f. 

°*um Senegal, 12 1-2 a. 13 3-4 f. 



26 

Harness, SO percent, a. 35 f. 

Hats or bonnets, Leghorn, and all hats or bonnets of straw, 

chip or grass, with special provisions as to such, the 

cost of which at the place whsnee imported, with the 

addition of ten per centum, shall have been*less than 

one dollar each, 50 a. 55 f. 
Bats of bonnets, Leghorn, and all hats or bonnets of straw, 

chip, or grass, which at the place whence imported, with 

the addition often per centum, shall have cost less than 

one dollar each, shall with such addition, be taken and 

deemed to have cost one dollar each, and shall be charged 

with duty accordingly, 50 a. 55 f. 
Head dresses, ornaments for, SO a. S3 f. 
Hemp,all manufactures of, not herein specified or of which 

hemp shall be a component part, 25 a. 27 1-2 f. 
Hooks, reaping, of iron or steel, SO a. S3 f. 
h'on,all manufactures of, not otherwise specified, or of 

which iron is a component material, 25 a. 27 f. 
Iron, cutting knives* scythes, sickles, and reaping hook6, 

spades and shovels of, 30 a. S3 f. 
Iron, screws of, weighing 25 pounds or upward, SO a. 33 f- 
Iron, screws of, for wood, called wood screws, SO a. S3 f. 
■Japanned wares, of all kinds, 25 a. 27 1.2 f. 
Jewelry, 12 12 a. 13 34 f. ■'. . 

Knives, cutting, of iron or steel, SO a. 33 f. 
Laces, coach, of cotton or other material, 35 a. 38 1-3 f. 
shawls, 12 1.2 a. 13 3 4 f. 
shades, 12 1-2 a 13 3-4 f. 
ail other, 12 1-2 a. 13 3-4 f. 
Lead, all manufactures of, not otherwise specified, or of 

which lead shall be a component material, 25 a. 27 1-2 f. 
Lead pencils, black, 40 per cent. a. 44 f. 
Leather, and all manufactures thereof, or of which it is the 

material of chief value, 3Q a. S3i\ 
Leather, caps or hats of. 30 a. 33 f. 
Manufactures, all, of wool, or of which woo! shall be a 

component part, (except worsted staff goods and blan- 
kets* and such manufactures of wool, not including flan- 
nels and baizes, the actual value of which, at the place 

whence imported, shall not exceed thirty three and a 
third cents per square yard) 33 1-3 a. S6 l i-3 f. 



27 

Manufactures all, of wool, (except flannels and baizes') the 
actual value of which, at the place whence imported, 
shall not exceed thirty three and a third cents per square 
yard, 25 a. 27 1-2 f. 

Manufactures, all, not herein specified, of cotton, flax, or 
hemp, or of which either of these materials shall be & 
component part, with special provisions as to cotton 
cloths, or of which cotton shall be a component mate- 
rial ; (excepting nankeens imported directly from China) 
and as to cotton twist, yarn or thread, fer which pro\ is. 
ions see those particular articles, 25 a. 27 f. 

Manufactures all, of silk, or of which silk shall be a compo- 
nent material, coming from beyond the Cape of Good 

Hope, 25 a. Q7 f. 

Manufactures, all other of silk, or of which silk shall be a 

component material, 20 a. 22 f. 
?4 anufactures all, not otherwise specified, made of brass 

iron, steel, pewter, lead or tin, or of which either of these 

metals is a component material, 25 a. 27 1-2 f. 
Manufactures all, of marble, 30 a. 33 f. 
Manufactures of wood, SO a. 33 f. 
Marble, 30 a. 33 f. 
Materials for composing dyes, not subject to other rates 

of duty, 12 1-2 a. 18 8.4 f. 
Millinery of all sorts, SO a. 33 f. 
Moulds, button, 20 a. 22 f. 
Mustard, SO a. 33 f. 
Needles,. 25 a. 27 1-2 f. 
Nitre, 12 1-2 a. 13 3-4 f. 
Oil, sallad, 30 a. 33 f. 
Olives, 30 a 33 f. 
Osnab»rg3, 15 a. l6 1.2 f. 
Paper hangings, 40 a. 44 f. 
Parasols, sticks or frames for, 30 a. 33 f. 
Parchment, 30 a- 33 f. 
Pastework. 12 a. 13 3-4 f. 

Pearls of all kinds, set or not set, 12 1-2 a. 13 3-4 £ 
Pearls, all articles composed wholly or chiefly of, 12 1-2 a 

13 3-4 f. 
Pewter, ail manufactures of, not otherwise specified, or ol 

whicn pewter is a component material, 25 a. 27 1-2 f< 



28 

Pencils, black lead, 40 a. 44 f. 

Perfumes, 30. a. S3 f. 

tickles, 30 a. 33 f» 

Pins, 25 a. 27 £ 

Plated wares of all kinds, 25 a. 27 f. 

Porcelain, 20 a. 22 f„ 

Printing types, 25 a. 27 1-2 f. 

Prussian blue, 20 a. 22 f. 

Quills prepared or manufactured, 25 a. 27 1-2 f. 

Reaping hooks of iron or steel, SO at 33 f. 

Saddles, 30 g. 33 f. 

Saltpetre, 12 1.2a. IS 3-4 f. " 

Seating hair, 30 a. 33 f. 

Screws of iron weighing 25 puuntfs or upwards 30 a. 33 f. 

Screws of iron, for wood, called wood screws, 30 a. 33 2-3 t. 

Scythe*, of honor steel, 30 a. 33 f. 

Shovels of iron or steel, 30 a. 33 f- 

Sickles of ipob ar steel, 30 cents a. 33 f. 

Silk, hats or caps of, 30 a. 33 f. 

Silver Lace, 12 1-2 a. 13 3 4f. 

Silver, all articles composed wholly or chiefly of, l2 1-2 a. 

1 3-4 f. 
Slates for building, 25 a. 27 3-2 f. 
Spades of iron or steel, 30 a. 33 f* 
Square wire, used in ' the manufacture of stretchers for 

umbrella*, 32 a. 33 f. 
Steel, ai! manufactures of, not otherwise specified, or of 

which steel is a component material, 25 a. 27 3-2 f. 
Sticks or frames for umbrellas or parasols, 30 a. 33 t. 
Sticks, walking, 30 a. 33 f- 
Stockings oi cotton, 25 a. 27 33 f- 
Stones, precious, all articles composed wholly or chiefiv 

of, set or not set, 33 3-3 a. 33 3 4 f. 
Stone Ware, 30 a. 33 & 
Stuff, worsted goods, 35 a. 37 3-3 «? 
Ticklenbergs, 35 a. 363-3 f 
Tiles for building, 35 a. 37 3-3 f 
Tin, all manufactures of, not otherwise specified, or of 

Mhich tin f-.hallbe a component material, 25 a. 27 1-2 f. 
Tin, in plates or sheets, 15 a. 10 l-2f. 



29 

Tow, carpets and carpeting, mats and floor cloths made oi 
30 a. 33 f. 

Umbrellas, of whatever materials made, 30 a. 33 f. 

Vellum, 30 a. 33 f. 

Wafers, 30 a. 33 f. 

Washes, 30 a. o3 f . 

Watches of all kinds and parts of watches, 12 1-2 a. 
13 3-4 f. 

Whips, 30a. 33 f. 

Wire, square, used in the manufacture of stretchers for 
umbrellas,- 12 l'£ a. 133*4 f. 

Wood, all manufactures of 30 a, 33 f. 

Wool, all manufactures of, or of which woo! shall be a com- 
ponent part, except worsted stuff goods and blankets, 
and such manufactures of wool, not including flannels 
and baizes»the actual value orwhiefc^at the place whence 
imported, shall not exceed thirty three and a third cents 
per square yard) 33 1-3 a. 39 f. 
Wool, all manufactures of, (except flannels and baizes,) 
the^ictual ualue of which, at the place whence imported 
shall not exceed thirty -three and a third cents per 
aqua e yard, 25 a. 27 1-2 f. 
Woo: manufactured (provided the actual value thereof 
at the place whence imported, exceed ten cents per 
pound,) 30 a. 33 f. 
Wool, all, the actual value of which, at the place whence 
imported, shall not exceed ten cents per pound, 15 a. 
16 V2 f. 
Woo!, caps or hats of, 30 a. 33 f. 
Worsted stuff goods, 25 a. 27 1-2 f. 



TABLE II. 
Articles subject to specific rates of duly* 

Ale in bottles, 20 cents per gallon a. 22 f. 

otherwise than in bottles, 15 do. a. 16,50 f. 
Almonds. 3 cents per pound a 3,5# f. 
Alum, $2,50 cents per cwt a. 2JS. f. 
Anchors, 2 cents per pound a. 2>20f. 
Anvils, 2 cents per pouud a. 2,20 f. 
sagging, 3 3-4 cents per square yard, a. 4 1-8 f. 



30 

Hand iron, slit or rolled iron for, 3 cents per pound a. 

3,30 f. 
Bars, iron in, not manufactured in whole or in part, by 

rolling*, J J0 cents per cwt. a. 99 f. 
Bars, iron in, when manufactured by rolling) 1,50 cents 

per cwt. a. 1,65 f. , 

Bsrs,lead in, 2 cents per pound a. 2?20 f. 
Beef, 2 cents per pound a. 2,20 f. 
Heer in bottles, 20 cents per gallon, a. 22 f. 

otherwise than in bottles, 15 do. a. 16,50 f. 
Blacksmiths' hammers aud sledges, 2 1-2 cents per pound 

a. 2 3-4 f. 
Blue or Roman Vitriol, 4 cents per pound, a. 4.40 f. 
Bolts, iron in. not manufactured in whole or in part, by 

rolling, 90 cents per cwt. a. 39 f. 
Colts, iron in, when manufactured by rolling, 150 cents 

per cwt. a. 165 f 
Holts, copper, 4 cents per pound a. 4,40 f. 
Hooks all, which shall be made to appear to the satisfaction 

of the collector, to have been printed previous to the 

year 1775, (except books printed in Latin or Greek,) 

4 cents per volume a. 4,40 f. 
Books all, printed in other languages than English, Latin 

and'Greek, 4 cents per volume a. 4,40 f. 
Books all, printed in Latin or Greek, when bound, 15 cts, 

per pound a. 16 1-2 f. 

When not bound, 13 cents per pound a. 14 30 f. 
Books, all other, when bound 50 cents per pound a. 33 f\ 
in sheets or in boards, 26 cents do. a. 28 60' 
Roots, 150 cents per pair, a. 165 f 
#oots, or bootees laced, 150 cents do, a. 165 f. 
Brads not exceeding sixteen ounces to the thousand, 5 cts 

per thousand a. 5 1-2 f, 
Exceeding sixteen ounces to the thousand, 5 cents per 

pound a. 5 1-2 f. 
Braziers' rods, or round iron of 3.>l6or 8l6 of an inch 

diameter, inclusive, 3 cents per pound a. 3 30 f. 
Bristles, 3 cents do. a. 3 30 f. 
Butter, 3 cents per pound a. 5 1-g f. 
Cables, tarred, 4 cents per pound a. 4,40 f. 



31 

Cables or chains, iron, or parts thereof, 3 cents per 

a. 3, 3tM. l ' 

Camphor, crude, 8 cents' per pound a. 8 ,80 f. 

refined 12 cents do. a. 13,20 f. 
Candles, tallow, 5 cents do. a. 5 1-2 f. 
wax, 5 cents do. a. 6,90. f." 
spermaceti, 8 cents do a. 8,80 f. 
I 'andy, sugar, 12 cents do. a 13.20 f. 
Cards ,■ playing, 30 cents per pack, a. 35 f. 
Carpets and Carpeting, Venitianand Ingrain, 25 cei 

square yard a. 27 1-2 f. ""' 

Carpets and carpeting, Crusseb, Turkey, and Wilton 50 

cents per square yard, a. 55 f. vvucun, d 

Carpets and carpeting-, all o.:her kinds of wool, flax, taann 

^cotton, or parts of either, 20 cents per squU J38 

^T3 e ut- r0aS,SHfc ° rr0lied ir ° nf0r ' 3 ce <^ fa pound 
Cassia, Chinese, 6 cents per pound a. 6 GO f. 
. i>ast iron, v^selsot, not otherwise specified, li-2ce^ 
per pound a. 1,65 f. ' wcenc 

C aft^f ir ° n ' *" ° ther ' n0t Specifiet] » l cent ?** V"*$ 

Cheese, 9 cents per pound a. 9,90 f. 

Children, shoes and slippers for, 15 cents per pair a Ift 

Chocolate. 4 cents per pound a. 4,40 f. 

Cinnamon, 25 cents per pound a. 27,50 f- 

Cloves, 25 cents do a. 27,50 f. 

Coal G cents per heaped bushel a, 0,60 f 

^ocoa, 2 cents per pound a. 2,20 f. 

Coitee, 5 cents per pound a. 5, 50 f 

Copperas, 200 cents per cwt. a. 2,20 f 

Copper rods, bolts.spikes or nails! 4 cents per pound a. 

Cordage tarred, 4 cents per pound a. 4,40 f 

untarred, 5 cents do. a. 5,50 f 
Corks, 12 cents do. a . 13 20 f. 
Cotton, 3 cents do. a. 3,30 f 
Cotton bagging, 3 3,4 cenu pe^Wtte yard, a. 4, 18 f. 



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Cranfca miil i of wrought iron, 4 cents per ponao! a, 4,40 f. 

Currants, 3 cents per pound a. 3,30 f. 

Demijohns, 25 cents each, £. 27 50 f. 

Figs, 3 cents per pound a- 3 30 f. 

Fish, foreign caught, 100 cents per quintain, 110 f. 

mackerel, 153 cents per barrel a. 163 f. 

salmon. 200 cents do. a. 220 f. 

all other pickled, 100 cents do. a ; 1 10 f. 
Flour, wheat. 50 cents per cwt. a 55 f. 
Ginger, 2 tents per pound a. 220 f. 

Glass, window, not above 8 by 10 inches, 300 cents per 
100 square feet, a. 3 30 f. 

not above ten by 12 inches, 350 cents do. a. 385 f. 

above 10 by 12 inches, 400 cents a. 440 f. 

in plates, uncut, 400 cer.ts a. *4G f- 
Glass bottles, black, aot. exceeding the capacity of 1 quart. 

200 cents per gross 220 f. 
Glass bottles, exceeding one quart and not more tuan Iwg 
quarts, 250 cents per gross a< 275 F. 

over 2 quarts and not exceeding one gallon, 690 cents 
per gross a. 330 f. , . 

Glass, cur, all wares of, not specified, in addition to a*! va- 
lorem duty of 30 per cent. 3 cents per pound a. 3 30 f. 
Glass, o» all other articles of, in addition to an ad valorem 

duty of 20 per cent. 2 cents per pounds a. '2 20 1. 
Glauber salts, 2 cents per pound a. 2 20 1. 
Greek, ah books printed in, see books. 
Glue, 5 cents per pouud, a. 5 50 f. 
Gomee, se*> teas. 

Gunpowder, 8 cents per pound a. 8 80 t. 
Gunpowder, see teas. .", _ w , 

Hams an'l other bacon 3 cents per pound a. o 30 i. 
Hammers- blacksmiths' 2 1-2 cents per pound a. 2 * 5 I 
Hemp, 175 cents per cvt a 192 50 f. 
Hemp, see carpeieand carpeting, 
Hempseed od, 125 cents pet g 41o* a. 2/ 50 t. 
Hoop iron, 3 cents pec pound a. 3 30 f. 
Hyson, see teas. 
Imperial, see teas. 

Indiao, 15 cents per pound a. 16 50 f. 
Ingrain carpets and carpeting, 25 cents per square ya™ * 
27,50 f. 



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Iron, in bars op in bolts, not raanu factored in whole, or in 

part, by rolling, 90 cents per 112 pounds a. 99 f. 
Iron in bars or bolts when manufactured by rolling 15'' 

ce nts per cwt. a. 165 f. * 

1 on, round, or braziers' rods, of 3-16 to 8-16 of an inch 

diameter, inclusive, 3 cents per pound a. 350 f. 
iron, in sheets, 3 cents do. a. 3 30 f. 
Iron, hoop, 3 cents do. a. 3 30 f. 
Iron, slit or rolled, for band iron, scroll iron, or caiemen' 

rods, 3 cents per pound a, 3 30 f. 
Iron spikes, 4 cents do a. 4 40 f. 
Iron or steel wire, not exceeding number eighteen, 5 cents 

per pound a. 5 40 f. 
Iron or steel wire over number eighteen, 9 cents ne- 

pound, a 9 90 f. l c ' 

Iron cables or chains or parts thereof, 3 cents per pound 

a. 3 33 f. 
Irons, mill, of wrought iron, 4 cents per pound a- 4 40 f 
Iron, in nail or spike rods, slit, 3 cents do. 3,30 f. ' 
iron, cast, vessels of, not otherwise specified,! 1-^ cent do 

a. • 56^ 1* 
Iron^castings of, all other not specified^ cent per pound 

Iron in pigs, 50 cents per hundred freight; 

Lard, 3 cents per pound a- 3,30 t. 

Lead, in pigs, bars or sheets, Scents per pound a. 2 °>0 f 

Leaden shot, 3 1-2 cents per pound a 3 fcf. ' 

f l!4,40 d f.° r White ' dr3;0r Sr0UlUl iR ' 0i! ^ eeiits P cr P°^ 
Mace, 100 cents per pound a. 110 
Mackerel, 150 cents per barrel a 165 f 
*S2SW 1 t 1 t C '° ,0therthan ' Snuflr;nd segars,l0 cents 

W\t IT** ° f Wr f Sllt ir0n ' 4 cents P er P«»H"! a 4,40 f. 
Mi irons, do. 4 cents per pound a. 4,4t> f. 

Mill saws, 100 cents each, a. 1,10 f, l 
Molasses, 5 cents per gallon a. 5,50 f, 

Mnttllf i a ln nS ' 94 ^"^P^ Pound a. 4,40 f. 
Muskets, 1,50 per stand a. 1,65 f. 
JNai s, copper, 4 cents per pound a.4,40 f. 
^aiis iron, cut or wrought. 5 cents per, pound a, 5,5 f. 
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Nutmegs, 60 cents per pound a. 66 f. 
Oats, 10 cents per bushel a. 11 1. 
Ochre , dry, 1 cent per pound a. 1*10 f. 

in o'uy.l 1-2 cents per pound a. 1,65 f 
Oil olive, in casks 25 cents per gallon a. 27,50 f. 
0'd, castor, 40 cenU pergd'or , a. 44 f 
Oil, linseed, rape seed\ynd hemp seed,25 cents per gallon 

a. 27,50 f, 
Oil of vitriol, 3 cents per pound a 3,30 f. 
Oil, spermaceti, of foreign fishing, 5 cents per gallon a. 

27,50 f. 
Oil, whale, or other fish oil, of foreign fishing, 15 cents per 

gallon a. 16,50 f. 
Pack thread, untarred, 5 cents per pound a. 5,50 f. 
Paper, folio and quarto post,©f all kinds,20 cents per pound 

a. 22 f. 

foolscap and all drawing and writing, 17 cents per 

pound a. 18,70 f. 

printing copper plate, and stainers', 10 cents per 
pouad a. 11 f 

sheathing, binders' and box boards,and wrapping of 
all kinds, 5 cents per pound a. 3 9 30 f. 

all other, 15 cents per pound a. 16,50 f. 
Paris White, I cent per pound a. 1,10 f. 
Pepper, 8 cents per pound a. 8, 80 f. 
Pepper, Cayenne, 15 cents per pound, a. 1S,50 f. 
Pimento, G cents per pound a. 6,G0 f. 
Playing cards, 30 cents per pack, a. 33 f. 
Plates, uncut, window glass in, 400 cents per 100 square 

feet a. 4,40 f 
Plums, 4 cents per pound a. 4,40 f. 
Pork, 2 cents per pound a. 2,20 f. 
Porter in bottles, 20 cents per gallon a. 22 f, 

otherwise than in bottles, 15 cents do. a. 16.30 f. 
Potatoes, 10 cents per bushel a. 11 f. 
Prunes, 4 cents per pound a. 4,40 f. 
Prunelie and other shoes or slippers of stuff or nankeen 

25 cent3 per pair, a. 27,50 f. 
Raisins, Muscatel, 4 cents per pound a. 4,40 f. 
£ in jars and^boxes, 4 cents do* a. 4,40 f, 

all others, ;3 cents per pound a. 3,30 t. 



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llefmed saltpetre, 3 cents per pound a. 3,S0 f. 

camphor, 12 cents c do* a. 12,20 f. , 
Rifles, 250 cents each, a. 275f. 

Rods, spike or Haii, Iron in, slit, 3 cents per pound a. 3,50 { 
case*eut,&lit, or rol'^d iron t for 3 cents do. a. 5,30 {.. 
copper, 4 cents do. a. 4,40 f 

braziers' or round iron, of three-sixteenths to eight 
sixteenths of an inch diameter, inclusive, 3 cents do. 
a 3,56 f. 
Salt? 20 cent3 per bushel of 56 lbs a 22 f 
Salts glauber, 2 cems per oound a 2,2H f. 
Epsom, 4 cents ner pound a. 4,40 f. 
Salpetre, refined, 3 cents do. a. 3,30 f. 
Salmon. 150 c .-.nts pet- barrel a, 165 f. 
Saws, mi!], 100 cents each a 110 f, 
Seines, untarred. 5 cents per pound a, 50 f» 
Segars, 250 cents per thousand a. 275 f 
Shoes of sHk| 30 cents per pair a- S3 f. 

of leather, 25 ctntsper pair a. 27,50 f. 
for emtdr'epi *5 cents per pair a, 16,50 f. 
Shoes or slippers, o; her besides prunelle, of stuff or na; 

keen, 25 ceutfl per pair a. 27,50 f 
^hot, leaden, 3 1-2 cents per pound a- 3,K5 f. 
Sledges, biscksmahs' 2 1-2 cents per ;iounda. 2,75 f. 
Slippers of silk, 3C cents per pair a. 33 t 

of leath-f.f, 25 cents per pair a. 27,50 fr 
for child en, 15 cents do. i. l6,50f. 
other beside prunelle, of stuff or nankeen, 25 ets 
per pair a, 27,50 f. 
Snuff, 12 cents per pound a 13, 20 f, 
Soap> 4 cents do, a. 4,40 f. 
Spik3 rods, iron in slit, 2 cents do. a« 3,30 f. 
Spikes, copper, 4 cents do. a. 4,40 f. 
jSpirits. from gram — 

1st proof, 42 cents per gallon a. 46,*20 f> 
2d proof, 45 cents do. a. 49,50 f. 
3d proof, 48 cents do, a- 52,40 f, 
4th proof, 52 cents do. a, 57,20 f, 
5th prooi., 60 cents do. a 66 f. 
Above 5th proof. 75 cents do* a. 82, 50 f. 
Spirits from other materials than grains— 
Ht.proof 38 cents per gallon a* 41,40 f. 



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2d prool. 38 cents do, a, 41, 40 f. 
3d do. 46 cents do. a. 46,20 f. 
4th do. 48 cents do. a. 52. 40 
5th proof, 57 cents do. a. 62, TO f,j 
Above the 5th proof, 7 cents do. a. 77 f. 
S,prigs, not exceeding 16 ounces to the thousand, 5 cents 
per thousand a. 5,50 f. 
exceeding 16 ounces to the thousand, 5 cents [per lb 
a. 5,50 f. 
Steel, 100 cents per cwt. 110 f. 

Steel wire not exceeding number 18, 5 cents per pound a 
5,50 f. 
over number 18, 9 cents do. a. 9,90 f. 
Sugar, brown, S cents do. a» 3.30 f. 

white clayed or powdered, 4 cent9 do. a. 4 40 f, 
lump, 10 cents do. a, 11 f. 
loaf, 12 cents do. a. 13,20 f. 
candy, 12 cents do. a. 13,20 f. 
Tacks, not exceeding sixteen ounces to the Ihousand, 5 
cents per thousand a 5,50 f. 
exceeding sixteen ounces to the thousand, 5 cents per 
pound . 5,50 f. 
Tallow, I cent per pound a. 1,10 f, 
Tarred cables, 4 cents per pound a. 4,40 f. 

cordage, 4 cents per pound a. 4,40/, 
Teas from China— 

ttohea, *2 cents per pound, a. 14 f. 
Souchong and other black, 25 cents do. a. 34 f. % 
Imperial, gun powder and gomee,50 cents do, a. 68 f. 
Hyson and young hyson, 40 cents do- a. 56 f. 
Hyson skn and other green, 28 do. a. 38 f. 
Teas from any other pi ^ e than Chiua — 
Bohea, 14- centsdo. \* 15,40 f. 
Souchong and other black, 34 cents do. a- 37 40 f. 
lmperia!,gunpowder and gomee, 68 cents do. a. 74B0i. 
Hyson and youi.g hyson, 56 cents do. a. 6 1,60 f. 
Hyson skin and other green, 38 cents do. a , 41,80 f. 
' r obacco manufactured, other than snuff aud segar3,l0 cts. 
^>r pomad a. 11 f. 

Mntarred, 5 cents per pound a.5,50 f, 

cordage, yarns, twine, packthread and seines? 5 
.0. a. 5,50 f. 



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Vessels of cast iron, not otherwise specified, 1 1*2 cent p*i 

pound a 1*65 f. 
Vials, apothecaries' of the capacity of four ounces and less 

:0O cents per gross a. 110 f. 

above four ounces, and not exceeding eight ounces 
125 cents per groce a. i37,50 f. 
Vinegar, 8 cents per gallon a. 8,80 f. 
Vitriol, oil of, 3 cents per pound a. 3»30 f . 
Vitriol, blue or Roman, 4 cents per pound a. 4,40 f. 
Wheat, 25 cents per bushel a. 27,50 f. 
Whiting, 1 cent per pound a. 1,10 f. 
Wilton carpets and carpeting, 50 cents per square vatdi. 

55 r. 

Wines— Madeira 

Burgundy 

Champaign > 100 cents per gallon a. 1 10 f. 

iihenish and i 

Tokay ) 

Sherry and St, Lucar, 60 cents per gallon a. 66 f. 

other, not enumerated,when imported in bottles 

or cases, 30 cents per gallon a. 33 f. 
Lisbon, ) 

Oporto and other wines of ? 50 cents a. 55 i\ 

Portugal and Sicily, ) 

Tenerifre, ) 

Fnyaliand other wines of > 40 cents per gallon a. 44 f. 



Tenerifre, ) 

Hiva! and other wines of > 4C 
the Western Islands, S 



all other, when imported otherwise than m cases 
or bottles, 15 cents do. a. 16,50 f., 
Yarns, untarred, 5 cents per pound a. 5,50 f, 



TABLE III. 
Of Articles free of Duly. 

Ynatoraical preparations 

Animals imported for breed 

Antimony, regulus of 

Antiquities, all collections of, specially imported Sec. 

Apparatus, philosophical, specially imported, by order and. 



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for the use of any society incorporated for philosophical 
or literary purposes t or for the encouragement of the fi ne 
arts, or by x>rder and f©r the use of any seminary ot' 
learning, school or college. 

Apparel, wearing, and other personal baggage, in actual 
use 

Articles, all, imported for the 03e of the United States 

Baggage, personal, in actual use 

Barilla 

Bark of the cork tree, unmanufactured 

Books, specially imported, tec. 

Brassgm pigs or bars 

old, fit only to be remanufaetared 

Brazil etto 

Brimstone or sulphur 

Bullion 

ISurr stones uowrought 

Busts, Specially imported, he. 

Cabinets of coins, specially imported he 

{J-iSts, specially imported, &c, 

Cbarta do. do. 

Olay, unwrought 

Coins, cabinet, of s specially imported, &q. 

Coin, gold or silver 

Copper, imported in any shape for tne use of the mint or 
in pigs, bars or piate3 suited to the sheathiug of 
ships. 

Dye Woods 

Drawings specially imported, hc t 

Engravings do do. 

Ktching or engraving do- 

Furs of all kinds, undressed 

L'usLJc 

Gerhs, specially imported, kc, 

Hides, raw , , 

Implements of trade of persons arriving m the United 
States. 

Instruments, philosophical, specially imported, &c. 
nventions, models of 
"Lapis calaminaris 



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Maps, specially imported, &c. 
Medals, do, do. 

Modelling do, 

Models of inventions 
machinery 
Mineralogy, specimens in 
Natural history, specimens in 
Fainting, specially imported, &c, 
Piaister of Paris 
Paints 

Rags, of any kind of cloth 
Specimens of Botany 
Spelter 

Statues, specially imported, &c. 
Sculpture, specimens of do. do, 
Statuary do. do. 

Teutenague 
Tin, pigs or bars in 
Trees 

Unmanufactured bark «f the cork tree 
wood of any kind 
Unwroaght burr stone, clay 
Wood, unmanufactured, of any kind 
Zinc 

explanatoryIiemarks. 

It will be perceived, that to the rates of duty imposed 
on goods, wares and^merchandize, imported ia vessels of the 
United States, and in foreign vessels placed on an equality 
With vessels* of the United States, by treaty stipulations, 
op special act of Congress, an addition of ten per cent, has 
been made in the case of importations in other foreign ves 
sels, except to the rates on teas from China, the law ia that 
instance making a specific an^ a greater discrimination than 
ten percent. N * 

By u other foreign vessels," are not to be understood 
French vessels, when importing articles of the growth, 
produce, or manufacture of France, the duties on which 
are to be regulated by the treaty with that country signed 
the 24th of June 1822; according to which, such articles. 



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thus imported, are at present liable to an additional duff, 
not exceeding §375-100 per ton of merchandize, over and 
above the rates on similar articles, when imported in ves- 
sels of the United States. But importations in French 
vessels, ot articles, net the growth, produce, or manufacture 
of France, are liable to the usual discriminating* duty of 
ten per cent, between importations in foreign and importa- 
tions in American vessels. 

Regulations respecting Drawbacks. 

In every case, the duties must amount to $50 or more 
And in every case of entry of merchandize for drawback, 
and the same regularly shipped under the inspection ofaa 
officer, and guaged, weighed or measured, as the case may 
require, 20 days from the clearance of the vessel is allowed 
by law, for signing bonds, to produce certificates of landing 
out of the United States. Merchandize, to be entitled to 
benefit of drawback, must be shipped within twelve calen- 
dar months from the date of importation. 

Merchandize for drawback, cannot be imported to the 
dominion! of any foreign state, immediately adjoining the 
United States. 

W- All goods must be exported in the original package, 
without any change whatever, except liquor in casks, coffee 
in casks or other packages, and cocoa in casks or other 
packages, which may be filled up from other packages of 
the r same importation, or be put into new packages corres- 
ponding therewith, and marked and numbered as the ori- 
ginal one ; and in case the original package shall, in the 
opinion of the officer appointed to examine the same, be so 
injured as to be rendered unfit for exportation, and in no 
other case, And all this must be done under the inspection 
of a proper officer appointed by the collector, and naval 
officer, &c. 

Drawback not allowed on goods imported in vessels from 
the dominions of a power to which the vessels of the Uni. 
ted States are not permitted to trade. 

Nor of duties for the amount of the additional duty en 
merchandize irap»rted in vessels of the United States. 

Drawback not allowed on foreign dried and pickled fisli : , 
and saltetl provisions* Nor. of fish, oil, or playing cards. 



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Allowance of Drawback — on spirits, 2 cents per gallon r 
and three per cent, on the amount of duty. On other mer- 
chandize 2 t-2per cent. 

Drawback on domestic distilled spirits, not below firs' 
proof! From molasses, - • 10 cents pergali. 

other materials* , 6 cents do. 

Provided the quantity exported shall be 150 gallon*, and 
in vessels net less than 30 tons burthen. 

Sect. Ath of Act passed 20th of April, 1818.— And be it 
further enacted that no drawback shall be allowed of the 
duties paid on any wine3 or spirits which shall be imported 
into the United States after the first day of June, 1818, un- 
less such wines or spirits shall have been deposited in pub- 
lic or other stores, under the provisions of the act, ami 
there kept, from their landing to their shipment. 

Tare^ and Drafts, and Allowances. 
On importation, the tare on every whole chest of Mfg. 

Boheatea, - - - - - - - 70 

half chest, • 30 

quarter chest, • 20 
Every chest of green tea, if the gross weight be 

70 lbs. or upwards, - £0 

On every box of other tea not less than 50 lbs. 

or more than 70 lbs, gross, . - !'.■ 

GO lbs. gross. - - - - - 20 

And from 80 lbs. gross and upwards, - > - 2 ! J 

All other boxes of tea> according to invoice or actual 
weight. 

On coffee in bags 2 per cent, in bales 3 per cent, in casks 
i2 per cent; on sugar other than loaf, in casks 12 per 
cent, in boxes 5 per cent, in bags or mats 5 per cent ; on 
cocoa in casks 10 percent, in bags 1 per cent ; on cheese 
in hampers or baskets 10 per cent, in boxes 20 per cent 
candles in boxes 8 percent ; on chocolate in boxes 10 per 
cent, on cotton in bales 2 per cent, in ceroons G per cent : 
indigo in barrels 12 percent, in other casks 15 per cent* 
in ceroons 10 per cent, in bags or mats 3 per cent ; on Bail . 
in casks 8 per cent : pepper in casks 12 per cent, in bales 
5 per cent, in bags 2 per cent : sugar candy in boxes 1 - 
do. soap in boxes 10 per cent ; shot in casks, 3 per centr: 



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twine in casks 13 per cent m ba.lcs 3 per cent. All other 
goods according to invoice or actual weight 

N. B. — Notwithstanding the above tares are designated 
by law, ifc is lawful at the time of making an entry, for the 
irapsrter, collector, and naval officer, where there is one, 
if they see fit, to estimate the tare according to th.e invoice, 
but if not determined at the time of making entry, thea 
the above tares shall he taken 

In addition to the tares, the following drafts shall be 
made, viz,. 

On any quantity ©f l cwt 1 lb. On any quantity above 
3 cwt. and not exceeding 2 cwt £ lbs. On any quantity 
above 2 and not exceeding 3 cxvt. 3 -bs. On any quantity 
above 6 and not exceeding 10- cwt 4 ibs. ' On any quantity 
above 10 cwt* and not exceed^n^ IS cwt. 7 lbs, On any 
quantity above 18 cwt. 9 lbs. An allowance of 2 per cent. 
from the guage for leakage, and' 10 pe? een\ on all beer, 
ale, and porter, in bottles, and 5 per cent, on all other li- 
quor in bottles, to be deducted from the invoice quantity 
in Ilea of breakage — or it shall be lawful to compute the 
duties on the actual quantity, to be ascertained by sale, at 
the option of the importer, to be made at the time of entry. 

N, B. — ]n calculation of the ad **a'ci era duties, to the cost 
at the place whence imparled J- if from the Cape cf Good 
Hope or beyond it, 20 per cent.is added thereto, and in like 
manner 10 per cent- from a!S other places, including all 
charges, except insurance. 

Terms of Credit on Duties. 

"When en a single impovtai^o, the duties amount to 
§50 or onwards, thev are payable as follows; 

On Merchandize from Europe (ott?er than salt and 
wines) 1.3d in 2, l-2d m 10, and the remaining I-3d in 12 
months. 

O/z Salt, from any part of the World, 9 months 

On fVineti, 12 months. 

On Merchandize-, the produce tfl foreign places or 
islands, situated on the eastern shoes ot America, north 
of the equator or its adjacent seas, bays and gulphs, (salt 
excepted,) 1-2 in &> and the remaining half in 9 months. 



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On Merchamlize t other than wine, salt and tea, im- 
ported from any other place than Europe and the West- 
Indies, l*3d in 8, i-3d m 10, and the remaining 1.3d in IS 
months. 

By an Act passed 2d of March, 1823— Collectors are 
empowered to direct goods to be appraised, whenever 
there are just grounds to suspect that they are invoiced 
bslow their true vaue — and if their appraised value shall 
exceed 25 per cent, the invoice orice^, then to the ad va- 
lorem duty, shall be added a farther duty of 50 per cent, 
on the appraised val'.'e, ou which aggregate amount the 
duties shall he estimated 

And where appraised value does not exceed 25 per cent, 
the invoice value, appra«#d value shall be considered the 
true value — but in no cmie snail the value be estimated on 
an amouut less than the invoice value* 

Collectors shall cause one package wit of every invoice 
to be opened and examined, and if the same does not agree 
with invoice, a full inspe- ' oq of the goods shall be made 
and appraised, subject trine penalties before mentioned. 
If a package contains any article not invoked, the whole 
to be forfeited. 

Secretary of the Treasury is authorised to remit pena! 
lies, in the absence of iV&ud. 






COLLECTORS of Customs in Connect. 

JVexu-London,-~R'\t<\ a r d Law. 
JVew- Haven. — 4b i v h a m fcS is h p, 
JIMtldUtWM.-r Alexander iVolcott. 
Fairfield. —Walter 3i-adiey. 

- In Rhode-Is'lantf> 
JV«ip/>orjl, ---Christopher fciilery. ]£ristol.~~hvibe Ot'Ury. 
Providence, — 1 nomas o'oles. 

SURVEYORS of Customs in Connecticut. 
New-London, Oliver Champlasi/, — btoniugton, Samuel 
F. Denison.— New- Haven, Wm. H. Ellis.— Middletawn, 
Daniel Burrows,— Hartford, John Hempstead — Saybrook, 
William WUIard. 



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GOVERNMENT OF 

aOHIBCTICUT. 

Executive and Legislative Departments. 

HIS EXCELLENCY 

OLIVER WOLCOTT, Esq. 

GOVERNOR. 

Salary, $1100, 
J \ BE2 W. HUNTINGTON, Esq. Executive Secretary 

HIS HONOR 

DAVID PLANT, Esq. 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. 

SaZari/ $300. 



SENATORS, 
ilou, David Hill. | Hon. Notes Darling. 

Luther Loomis. Alex. Stewart, jr. 

John Welch. I. W. Crawford. 

Eben'r. Stoddard, j John Alsop. 

Nathan Johnson. I James Mitchel. 

Samuel Church. I Samuel Tweedy. 

Samuel II. Huntington, Esq. Clerk of ike Senate 
Isaac Spencer. Esq. Treasurer* 
Thomas Day, Esq. Secretary. 

James Thomas, Esq. CompL of Public Account. 

Seth P. Beers, Esq, Comm'r of the School Fund' 



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wKr 

ROLL OF THE 

HOUSE OF REPRESEJSTATU i:s 

May— 1826. 



Samuel A. Foot, Esq. Speaker. 
Martin Welles, Cyrus II. Beardsley, Clerks. 

Hartford, John M. Niles, Jeremy Hoadky 
Merlin^ Lyman Wilcox, Joseph Wright. 
iiristol, Thomas Barnes. 
Burlington, Waite Lowry. 
Canton, Ephraim Mills. 
East Hartjord, Timothy Ha!!, John Pitkin- 
East Windsor, Timothy Ellsworth. Eli B. Ha 
.Enjield, Ebm O. Potter, Ephra»m P. Prudden. 
Famrington, Timothy Pitkin, Jared Griswold. 
Glastenbury, Solomon Cole, David B. Hubuan':. 
Granby, Alpheas Mays, Oliver Alderman. 
Uariland, Jared Newell, Ezra Doofmle. 
^Marlborough, Oliver Phelps. 
Manchester, Daniel W. Griswold. 

Simsbury, Jonathan Pettibone, Dudley Humphrey.' 

Southing ton, Sylvester Norton, Theodore 13 
Sujfield, Charles Shepard, Charles Denison." 
Wethersfield, Martin Welles, William Webf*. 
Windsor, James Loomis, James Newbury. 
New Haven, Dennis Kimberly, Henry Denison 
Branford, James Blackstone, Halph Li'nslev. 
Cheshire, Samuel \. Foot, Wm. It. Hitchcock. 

Derby, John Humphreys, Jr. 

East- Haven, Eleazer Hemingway. 

Guilford, Nathaniel Griflin, Abel Rossi t'er. 

Hamden, Ambrose Tuttle. 

Meriden, Ashbel Griswold- 

Middlebury, James D. Wooster, 

Miiford, Abijah Carrington, Samuel 'Dai-.mu. 

North Haven, Giles Pierpont, J r . 

Orange, Nehemiah Kimberly. 

Oxford, Sheld on Clark. 



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SmMury, Joha Pearce, 

Wallingford, Charles Yale, MalachiCook. 

Waterbury, Ja»e» M. L. dcovil, Aaron Benedia 

JFeteott, Archibald Miner. ■■ . 

Woodbrid^e, John Dibble, Daniel fohes. 

Kew-London, Charles Bulkley, Lyman Law. 

Norwich, Ch. P. Hoktijagton, Cashing Sells. 

Jtozrah, Samuel Gager. 

CWcAMtefVJ«h& R. Watrons, BelaKobbms. 

Franklin, Aivato frjjjjtf. 

Griawld, Charles Fanaing, 

Groterc, Roswel Ally a, Elisha Haley. 

Lebanon. Isaiah Loomis, 2d.?JuHas Clark. 

Lisbon, BaraMai Bishop, 

to?2e, Henrv M.Waite, Eben. Brockway. 

'Moniville, tliamaa Fitch. 

JV. Stonington, Nathan Pendleton, Latham Hull. 

Preston, Elisha Crary, Billings Brown. 

jSaZem, David Patten. 

Stonington,* esse Dean, William Williams. 

Waterford, Th. Shaw Perkins. 

Fairfield, Abraham D Baldwin, Robert Wilson. 

Btmhury, Elijah Gregory, Oliver Shepard. 

Bridgeport, Noah Plumb. 

JBnvkfield, Eli Ruggles. 

Darien, Thaddeus B<?H. 

Greenwich, Stephen Waring, Conklm Husted. 

Huntington, Donald Judaon 

Monroe, Gyms H. Beardsley« 

JVew- Canaan, Samuel Raymond. 

New- Fairfield, Samael T, Rarnum, 

JVew<oW7iJ Jacob Beers, Beniamin Hard. 

JYorwalk, Thomas Reed, David Roberts. 

Beddimr, Joel Marchant, Michael Jenamgs, 

Jiidgefield, Jesse S. Bradley, John F. King. 

Sherman Jedesiah Graves, 

Stamford, Charles Hawtey, Jotham Hoyt. 

Stratford, Joel Curtis. 

Trumbull, Stephen Gregory. 

Weston, Stephen Wheeler, O. C. Sanford. 

Wilton, Hawley Olmsted. 



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Brooklyn, Elisha Adams. 

Ashford, at. F Palmer, Michael Richmond. 

Canterbury, A^h ew Harris, Chester Lyonl 

Chaplin^ John Ross, 

Columbia, Solomon Abel, 

Hampton, Chaunce> F. J^eaveland. 

Killinzly, David C^se, Gyrus Day. 

Mansfield, Luther Kingsley, Stephen Brigham. 

Flainfield, Joseph Eatfrb; Jr. John Dunlap. 

i . omfret, Darius Mathewson, Samuel Dresser. 

Sterling, WW Ham Arnold. 

Thompson, Johu l^Schois, Joseph Joslin. 

Voluntown, Sterry Kinuev. 

Windham, Alfred Young. George SpafFord. 

Woodstock, Loping Brown, Abraham W. Payne 

Litchfield, Mortis Woodruff, Reuben Wehs'tei 

JSarlennmsted, Samuel xMunson, Zophar Case 
Bethlem, Joseph H. Bellamy, 

Canaan, Nathaniel Stevens, Jr. Asa 3. Brewster 

Loleftrook, Arthur Howell, Rufus North. 

Cornwall, Peter Bierce, John A. Sedgwick. 

Goshen, Isaac Wadhams, Giles Griswold. 

Harwmton, Marwin Griswold, Roswell Alford 

Kent, Mills Bordwed. 

Nw'Rart/ortl, Absalom Wells. George C. Kelloe*. 

MwMlford, Eli Mygatt, Elihu Marsh, 2d. S * ' 

JSorfolk Joseph Battel!, Amos Pettibone 

Plymouth, Ransom Blakesiey. 

Roxbury Ehsha Patterson. 

Salisbury Newman Holley, Silas Reed. 

Sharon, Ansel Sterling, Horatio Smith. 

rorrington, Erastus Hodges, Uriel Tattle. 
Warren, Salmon Weston 

rrmtertotv^john Morris. 

g£*"W James Beebe, Luman Wakefield. 

Woodbury, John Strong, Jr. Peter b\ Peck. 

cS E J°p% D P ielBur r ows ' Samuei ^- Dana ' 

Uiatham,F. ©. Comsteck, Ralph Smith, 
Uwnam t , Richard Robinson, Asahel Stron?. 
Aast.Haddam, Gideon Wiggins, Oziai Holmes. 



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Haddam, Charles Arnold, George W. Smith, 
Killing worth, George Carter, Jedediah Harris; 
Saybrook,'tehcnc7.Qr Cone, Joseph Platts. 
Tolland, Cordial Newcomb, Jeremiah Parish 
Molton, Jabez L. White, Jr. 
Coventry, John Bojnton, Daniel White. 
FMington, Asa Willey. 
Hebron, Joseph White, vivester Gilbert. 
Somers, kbeneze" Clarke, David Cady- 
Stafford, Kodolphus Woodworth, Nathan Barllett. 
Ufiion % Augustus Moort;, William P. Sessions. 
Vernon, Oliver H. King. 
IVillington, Hiram Ryder, Oliver Holt. 



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Judicial and Civil Departments. 

Judges of the Superior Court. 
Hon. Stefhci i Hosmer, Chief Judge. 
V or John T. Peters, j Hon. James Lanman, 

, Jeremiah G Brain ard, | David Daggett. 

Thomas Day, Esq. Reporter of Judicial Decisions. 



ALLOTMENT OF JUDGES. 
From June, 1826, to June, 1327. 

SUMMER SESSIONS. 
phief Justice Hosnser,N. London and Windham Counties. 
Judge Peters, Hartford County. 
Judge Braiuarti, Fairfield. 
Judge Lanman, New Haven and Middlesex. 
Judge Daggett, Litchfield and Tolland. 

WINTER SESSIONS. 
Chief Justice Hosmer, Ha. tfoid Countv. 
Judge Peters, Faiifieid and Middlesex. 
Judge Brainard, New Haven. 
Judge Lanman, Litchfield and Tolland, 
[fudge Daggett, New. London and Windham. 



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COUNTY OF HARTFORD, 



COUNTY COURT. 



Thomas Day, Esq, Chief Judjje. 
Associate Judges, John M, Nile3, Martin Wellefjesipures,, 
Thomas Chester, Esq. Clerk and Treasurer and 
Clerk of the Superior Court 



Justices of the Peace, 

Hartford. John T. Peters, Elisha Colt, John Russ, 
Thomas Day, Joseph Trumbull* Hezekiah Huntington, 
Isaao Spencer, Henry Seymour, Nathan Johnson, John M. 
Niles, Charles Sigourney, Isaac Tousej, Cyprian Nichols, 
Gaius Lyman, Jeremiah Brown, Seth Terrv, Jeremy 
Hoadlev, esquires. 

Jterlin. Daniel Dunbar, Andrew Pratt, Luther Beck- 
ley, Samuel Hart, Thomas Lee, Benjamin Allen, Ira E. 
Smith, esquires 

Bristol. Joel Truesdale, Jared W. Pardee, Charles G. 
Ives, Constant L Tuttie, esquires. 

Burlington, Simeon Hart, Elias Wooden, William 
Marks, esquires. 

Canton James Humphreys, Benjamin Weed, jr. Decius 
Humphrey, Luther Higley, esquires. 

East- Hartford. Lemuel White, Levi Goodwin, Sam- 
uel Pitkin, Ozias Williams, Joseph Treat, Daniel Easton, 
esquires. 

East. Windsor. Timothy Ellsworth. Jonathan Bartlett, 
Eli B HaskeSK Asher Allen, Daniel Hayden, Horace Bar- 
ber, Elliott Grant, J©hn Watson, W lliam Barnes, esqrs, 

Enfield. Henry Terry, Elam O. Potter, Lorrain T. 
Pease, Jabez Collins, David Gates, Geer Terry, John C. 
Pease, esquires. 

Farmington. John Mix, Timothy Pitkin, Lemuel 
Whitman, Noadiah Woodruff, Amasa Woodford, George 
Cowles, Jared Gnswold, esquires. 

Glastenbury. Zephaniah H. Smith, P»rdon Brown 
David B. Kobbard, Jeremiah stockhg, George Merrick 
Solomon Cole, Jonathan Wells, esquires 
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Granly, Joab Griffin, jr. Joel Holcomb, James Dibble, 
Daniel Benjamin, Horace Clark, James Forward, Daniel 
B. Holomb, John Willey, Hiram tt. Pettibone, esquires, 

Hartland. Nathaniel Boswort^i, Jared Newell, Ezra 
Doolittle, Eii Wilder, Wyllis YV right, Augustus Hum- 
phrey, Asa Bushnell, esquires. 

Manchester. George Che eney, Ephraira Wyllis, Wil- 
iiam Cooley, John Mather, esquires. 

Marlborough. Joel Foot, Elisha Buel, Samuel F. Jones, 
Oliver Phelps, esquires. 

Simsbury William Marther, Elisha Phelps, Asaph 
Tuller, lames Goodwin, John O. Pettibone, Alexander 
Holcomb, Calvin Barber, James Cornish, Frederick' W 
Jewett, Dudley Humphrey, esquires, 

Stuttungion. Theodore Byington, Kon>eo Lowrey, Jo- 
seph C«ark, Samuel Hitchcock, Timothy Hart, Julius 
Bristol, John Wightman, esquires. 

Suffield. William Gay. Oliver Pease, Martin Sheldon, 
Andrew Deniso*>, Charles Shepherd, William C. Gaj r , Lu- 
ther Loomis, John Lewis, 2d. esquires. 

Wethersfield. Martin Kellogg, jr. Robert Francis, Eli- 
jah Keach, lames L. Belden, Henry Bulkely, 'William 
.riobbin* 2d, Winthrop Back, esquires. 

Windsor Edward Sheldon, Luther Fitch, Richard 
Niles, James Loomis, Oliver Thrall, Elisha N. Sill, esqrs 



Practising Attorneys. 
Isaac Vousey, esq. State Attorney. 

tiartford. Enoch Perkins, Nathaniel Terry, Hezekiah 
Huntington, Jonaihan W. Edwards, Thomas b. Williams, 
Walter Mitchell, Thomas Huntington, jr. Isaac Perkins, 
Joseph T'una bun, Seth Terry, Nathan Johnson, John Mc 
Ni!en> sVilliam W Ellsworth, Henry L. Ellsworth, Alfred 
Smith, Iwaac Tousey, Samuel H. Huntington, Thomas C. 
Perkins, Francis Parsons, John G. C. Brainard, Jonathan 
Edwards, Samuel H. Parsons,Simeon F. Dixon,!*. L. Ray. 
ner, esqui> es. 

jRerkn Daniel Bunbar, Ira E. Smith, esquires. 

East- Windsor. William Barnes, esq.| 



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Enfield. Henry Terry, William Dixon, Lorrain T. 
IVase, esqnires. 

Farmington. Timothy Pitkin, Lemuel Whitman, Jared 
Griswold, esquires. 

Cytustcnbuvy. Zephan&fi H. Smith, George Merrick 

(iranbu, Grove Griswoid, James H. Smith, Silas Higby. 
Ilii am H Pettibone esquires 

Manchester. Ralph It, Phelps, George W. Griswoid, 
esquires. 

tfimsburi/. Elisha Phelps, Frederick W. Jev.ett, esqrs. 

Southington Roger Whittlesey, Samuel H. Woodruff, 
Romeo Lowrey, esquires. 

Nuffield. William Gay, Charles JShepard, William C 
Gay, aeth Parsons; esquires. 

Wethers field Asher ivobbins, esq. 

Windsor. John Sargeant, Horace H. Sill, William L. 
Perkins, esquires. 



Noah 4. Phelps, esq Hartford. SUeriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs. — Horace vVadsworih, Hartford. Hen- 
ry Kingsbury fcnfield. Pomeroy Strong, Farramgior:. 
David L&tham. G an by. Hector F. Phelps, simsbury. 
ftoswetl King, Nuffield. Jesse Charlton, Chester Belknap, 
East- Windsor. Cicero Phelps, Windsor. N orris Wilcox, 
Berlin. 

Zadock Hinsdale , Hartford, Jailer. 



COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 



COUNTY COURT. 
Bennet Broason, tSsq. Chief Judge, 

Asso. Judges, — , Noyes Darling, esquires. 

Henr> Daggett, esq. Treasurer. 

I John Beach, esq. Cierk, ar.d Clerk ot the Superior Court- 

Jastices of the Peace. 

JVewJlaven. William iiristol,lsaac Mills,Nathan Smith , 

$neas Munson, Isaac Gilbert, Charles Bostvrick, John 



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Hunt, 2d. Chauncey Bance, Benjamin Granniss, William 
Mix, Andrew Kidston, Lent Bishop, Ralph I Ingersoll, 
James Barnes, William W. Board man. Leman Chatfield, 
'Dennis Kimberly, Anthony P. Sanford, esquires 

Branford Benjamin Page, Jacob Frisbie, John Potter, 
Augustus Baldwin, Abram Rogers jr. Henry Taintor ? 
Calvin Frisbie, Chandler Barker, William Rogers, esqrs. 

Cheshire. Rufus Hitchcock, Burrage Beach, Samuel 
Peck, Reaben W.Roys, John A. Foot esquires. 

Derby. Philo Bassett Sheldon Curtiss Russell Hitch, 
cock Jeremiah French John L. Tomlinson John T. Whee 
ler Bennet Lum Esquires. 

East- Haven. BeGrasse Maltby, John Hemingway, Be- 
!a Farnham, VVyNys Heminway esquires. 

Guiljord. Reuben Elliott, Timothy Stone, William 
Spencer, George Griswold, William Todd, George Lan- 
don* esquires, 

Hamden. Amala Bradley, Russel Pierpont, Jezekiah 
J. Warner, Jared Basse;!, Joel Ford esquires. 

Madison Frederick Lee. John F Meigs, William 
Bl&tchiy, Nathan W Hopson Curtis Wi<cox esquires. 

JWeriden. Noah Pomeroy, Patrick Ciark, \sahel Mer- 
riam, Titus Ives, Benajah Andrews, William Yale, esqrs. 

Jlliddlebury. Nathaniel Richardson, Ja £ <nes D. Wooster, 
Erastu? Smith* esquires.. 

Mdford William Durand. William Strong, Jonathan 
Clark Ab.jah Oarrington, Andrew French esqrs. 

North Haven* Justus Bishop, Daniel Pierpont, Jacob 
Basseu, Jes»e IJrockwith esquires. 

Orange, fchaborl A. Woodruff, David Treat, Jonas F. 
Merwin, Solomon Johnson, Lyman Pnndle esquires 

Oxford Abel Wheeler, Lev: Candee, Samuel Meigs, 
Noah Mone, Samuel VVise esquires. 

Southbury. William tiinman, Moses * heeler, John 
Pearce Gideon Judson, Kbenezer Johnson, Truman 
Pearce John Moseley esquires 

l^Valhngford, \aron Hall, Amos Dutton, Caleb Cook, 
Ira Yale, Malacni Cook. Hunn Munson, John Barker, 
Win. Marks, John D Reynolds esquires. 

Waterbury* John Kingsbury, Ashley Scott, Chauncey 
Lewis, Truman Porter, Elias Ford, Joeljrlinman esqrs* 



Woodbridge. Noyes Darling, John Dibble, Ezra Kim- 
herly, Adonijah French, Archibald A. Perkins^ George F. 
Peck, Daniel Tolies esquires. 

Wolcott. Ambrose Ivas, Archibald Minor esquires. 

Practising Attorneys. 
Nathan Smith esq State Attorney. 

New- Haven. William Hillhouse. Simeon Baldwiu, Na- 
than Smith, Henry W Edwards, Ralph I. Ingerso I, John 
Beach, Roge< b. Baldwin, Samuel J. Hitchcock, Dennis 
Ivimberly, Roger S, Skinner, Charles A. Ingersoli, Wi|. 
liam VV. Hoarciman, Lbenezer v ee!ey, Charles Chapman, 
John M Sterling, Georg< C. Goddard, Isaac H Towns - 
end, Henry K. Feck, Sherman Croswell esquires. 

Cheshire, Bunage Beach lohn A. Foot esquires, 

Derby. Joh:. L, Tomiinson esq. 

Guilford, William Todd esq. 

Meriden Benajah And reus esq. 

Mil ford' David B. Ingersoli esq. 

IVaterbury. G>rus Clark Joel Hinman esquires. 



Charles H.Pond esq. New Haven Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs. Erastus Osborn Jason Ives New Haven. 

.Samuel Vale Meriden Horace Canoee Oxford. Wniiam 

Micok Southbu.v. Reuben Stoue t G»uiii rd. Franklin Cook 

WalHngford. Silas Hitchcock Cheshire. 

David Butter, Ntw Havtu— Jailer. 



COUNTY OF NEW LONDON. 



COUNTY COURT. 

John Hyde* hsq Chiet Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Wm. Randall Samuel B. Mather esquires, 

Joseph Williams, esq. Treasurer. 

Charles Lathrop, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the 

Superior Court. 



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Justices of the Peace. 

New- London. Jeremiah G ftrairard Elias Perkin 
Jacob Gin ley JirabTsham Ebenezer Learned I*aa^ 
Thompson Christopher Manw&ring Christopher Gwffitig 
Wni P Cleveland jr Thomas Mussey, enquires 

Norwich. James Lanman John w yde Josepb Williams 
James ^teoV an Reniam'n Snow John Fanning Eleazar 
Rogers George Hi!! Rnswell Morgan Ebe? l 'ackus Isaac 
Story Asa Roath Lews Hyde lohn H. Townsend Asa 
Child John A. Rockwell Erastus T'oit Henry Strong 
esqaires 

Bozrah Gardner Avery, Wm. Whiting Ezra Lath rop 
James Lamb Elijah Rurhngton esquires. 

Colchester. Samuel A. Peters benjamin Trumbull 
Dan : el Carrier Zechariah Olmsted John Bigelow Ralph 
Isham, Artemas Worthington Avery Morgan Amherst 
I). ^coveH esquires 

Franklin, — Ira Abell Da^us Frink Comfort D. Fill 
more Mvin \be!l Henry Hazen esquires. 

GriswQld ,Wm. Clift Welcome A. Browning Alex'r. 
Stewart jr Elisha Patridse Sath.vi Stanton Thomas 
Stewart John Hf. Fanning Matthew G Wilbur esquirs 

Groton Ebenezer Avery jr. Ralph Hu«"lbut John O. 
Mrner Amos A Niles Roswell Fish Ca'eb Avery John 
Brewster John Spice>~ 2d William ¥ - 7 i!Iiams Rodman 
Palmer Hf>wit Elisha Aye»* Rufus Smith Philip Gray 
Nathan Dabol? Thomas Avery esquires. 

Lebanon Wm. T Williams Pe!eg Thomas jr. Charles 
Abel Asahel Dewey Daniel Hutchinson Thomas Bah- 
cock Abe! Goodwin John Robinson Denisrn Wattles jr. 
Jacob M'Oall . Elisha Waterman esquire , 

Lisbon Frederick Tracv Joseph Jevvett Joseph L. 
Lyon Nalhan Brooks esquires. 

Lyme. Mose* Warren Ebenezer Brock way Charles 
Smith Samuel B Mather Joel Loom: i Peter Comstock 
Joseph Chsdwick Ueftrv 3\L VVaite Ezra Pratt Thomas 
W. Strickland Joshua R. Warren Richard E. Selden jr. 
John S. Rogers Charles J. M 'Curdy Christopher Com- 
stock Wanton A. Wearer Charles Griswold William 
Noyes jr. enquires, 



JWontville. Asahel Otis Nathaniel Bradford Stephen 
G. Thatcher Sherwood Raymond esquires. 

J\ovth Stonington. Elias Hew ett N T athan Pendletoi: 
bands' Cole Chester Smith Benj Pomeroy David CoaU 
W r ijlliam Randall jr. John Langworthy Perez Hewitt La- 
tham Hull ; amuel Chapman esquires. 

Preuton. Stephen Meeeh Denison Palmer Jonathan 
Brews'ei Robert S. Avery Elisha ZJrewster Walter 
Palmer esquires. 

Salem. Josftph Morgan Shubael Park Vine Stoddard 
esquires. 

Stonington. Enoch /furrows William Randall Cod- 
dington killings Isaac Williams William Robinson Geo. 
Hobbari) los^ph Noyes Elias /irown Gurdon Trumbull 
Giles R. Hallam Asa Fish Alexander G, Smith Elisha 
Faxon Samuel F Denison John Davis Samuel Langrwortbj 
" esquires. 

IVaterford. Thomas S. Perkins Griswold Ai* •■ f * Ed- 
ward R. "Warren Jonathan Comstock Joshua B. Chapel 
James Rogers 2d enquires. 

Practising Attorneys. 
Jacob B. Gurley esq. State attorney. 

J\*eiv . London. Lyman Law, Jacob B Gurley, William 
P. Cleaveland, Jirah Isham, Kbaneze* Learned, William 
F. Brainard, William P Cleaveland, jr. esquires 

Norwich. Calvin Goddard, Joseph Williams, Jamei 
Stedraan, George Hill, Roswell Morgan, Henry S»rong,Asa 
Child, lohn A. Kockwell,George B. Ripley, esquires. 

Colchester. Benjamin Trumbull, Samuel A. Peters. 
Amherst D. Scovel esquires. 

Grisivold. Samuel C. Morgan, Joseph L. Coit esquires. 

Lebanon. Wm. T. Williams, Denison Wattles, jr. 
esquires. 

Lyme. Henry M. Waite, Cbarle3 Griswold Charles J. 
M 'Curdy, esquires. 

iV. Stonington. Benjamin Pomeroy, esq. 

Stoning ton Coddingtou Billings, George Hubbard, Al- 
exander G. Smith, Elias Brown esquires. 



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Simeon Smith, esq. New. London, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs. Nathan Raymond, New London.— 
-i?urre! Lathrop, Frederick Prentice, Norwich. NewhaU 
Taintor, Colchester. Stephen Haley, Groton. Samuel 
M, Downer, Preston. Zebulon Chesebrougb,2d Stonington, 
Lodowick J5ill, Lyme. Stephen D. Tildeo, Lebanon. 

Cham piin Lester, New London; Samuel Ziaitey, Nor- 
wich— Jailers' 



COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 



COUNTY COURT, 

John Q. Wilson esq. Chief Judge. 

Assc. Judges. Benjamin Isaacs, Jedidiah Graves Esquires, 

Jeremiah Sturges esq, Treasurer. 



Justices of the Peace* 

Fairfield: David Hill HuH Bradley John Hull Jeremi- 
ah Sturges Seymour lay lor Elipha'et Swift Gideon Tom- 
linson John Staples Thomas B. Osborne Obadiah Beards- 
lee John Q Wilson Jonathan l?uikeley John S. Wilson 
Gershom Wake man esquires, 

Bridgeport. Noah Plumb Isaac Sherman David Nichols 
Philip A. Cannon Ethan Sherwood JJenjamin brooks 
Gail F Wheeler esquires. 

Brookfield. Eli Haggles, Stephen Gregory Bryant 
*Smith ZeraS.A.Peck Wait S. Northrop Wm. Meeker 
esquires 

Banbury. Samuel H. Phillips David Foot Nathan 
Seeley Kusscl Hoyt Reuben Booth John S. Blackroan 
Oliver Shepard Zadock Stevens Benjamin Hoyt jr. Ed- 
ward Taylor esquires. 

Darien. Thaddeus Bell John Weed jr c Jonathan Bates 
Abraham Clock esqrs. 

Greenwich. Joshua Ferris Ard Reynolds Gilbert Close 
Samuel Close John I. Tracy esquires. 



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Huntington. Joseph Sheltnn llczckiah Marks Donald 
Judson Christopher N. Sheltoq esquires. 

Monroe Cyrus H. Beard sley .Samuel Wheeler Abel 
French Agur Lewis Timothy Ji. \S ells Israel A Beards- 
ley Levi Edwards Lyman Wakelee esqrs. 

New-Canaan. Samuel Raymond Jonathan C. Benedict 
Ebenezer Ciofoot esquires. 

New- Fairfield J^bez Freadwell David Lane David 
Barnum esquires 

JSexvtoivn' Samuel C 2? lack man Lamson /_>urch 
ifenjamiu Hard Jacob JB&vjrs Zacharia dark jr. ADoni- 
ram Fairciuld Darnel iikckman Smith i^ooih David H. 
ifelden Henry Dutton esquires. 

JVor-ivalh. Barnabas Marvin, Wm. M. Belts, Henry 
Belden btenjamiu Isaacs Seth Taylor, Clark Bjssel I'had- 
deus Betts James (xuintard esquires. 

Redding Gershom Shetwood Joel Foster William 
Sanford John M, herron Aaron San ford jr. Jonathan 
Meeker esquires. 

Ridgejield. Samuel Stebbins Jesse S. Bradley Harvey 
Smith Bradley Hull Lot Forrester Lzra Birch ard es- 
quires. 

Sherman. Jedediah Graves David Northrop Wm Gid- 
dings James A.Giddings Eli Beardsley Horace M. Shep. 
ard esquires, 

Stamford. John tuguf Charles //aw ley Simeon 
F Miner Darnel Lock wood Theodore Davenport ?mith 
ft. Sibley Samuel Lockwood Jotliam Hcyt esquires. 

Stratford Robert Faircnild Jabez ri. I omiiu sou Darius 
Brooks Daniel Judson Lijan Booth Silas Burton Josiah 
Gorham esquires. 

Trumbull. Llijah Middlebrook James Beardsley David 
Hawley, Daniel Waklee aarauel Beardsley Elihu Beach 
Isaiah Nichols esquires. 

Weston. Isaac Bennet Simeon Fanton diver C. San- 
ford Stephen Wheeler Calvin Wheeler y; Walker Sher- 
wood Joseph Rowland Joshua Adams r, esquires. 

Wilton, Matthew Marvin $fcekiel Surge* Asahel R. 
^etts iirastus Siurgea rlawiev OUnste, (1 squires. ,, 



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Practising Jtitorneys. 

Wairfiehl Roger M. Sherman Samuel B. Sherwood 
Samuei ttowjaitd Eliphalrt. Swift Gideon Tomlinseu Tho- 
mas B- Osborne esquires. 

Bridgeport. Joseph Sackus Charles r * inton Gail F- 
Wheeler Philip A. Carman Mark Moore Joseph Wood 
\lanso,. B.-itplin esquires. 

Brookfiidd. Heman Biirch Bryant Smith esquires, 

Danburit Matthew P Whittlesey \ lac son Hamlin, 
Iveuberj /Joalh Kdward Taylor Rsquires. 

Monroe* Cyrus 1 '. Beards ley esq, 

Newtown. Q amuel C. Blackmail David H. Belden 
Henry Dot too esqrs. 

JVor-walk' Clark Bisse! Thaddeus Betts esqrs. 

Sherman. Horace M. Shepard, Ksq. 

Stamford t Simeon 11. Miner Charles Hawley. es= 



aires. 



Friend Starr, esq. She* iff, Dan bury. 

Qeputy Sheriff** Lewis N. Nash, F irfield* Aaron 
Seeiey, Danbury. Herman Warner, New ..own. Davis 
Lock wood, Stamford. Asa Benjamin, Bridgeport* Charles 
Isaacs, Norwalk* Ralph Sarsford, Redding. William 
Wheeler, jr Monroe. Bradford Winton, Weston* 

Samuel Beers, Fairfield ; Eli Starr, Danbury— Jailers. 



COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 



COUNTY COURT. 

David Holies, F.sq Ghief Judfee. 

Asso. .1 ^»c3-" Vine Robinson and John Dunlap, esquires, 

David C- in lies Ksq C erk and Clerk of the 

Superior Court. 



Justices of the Peace, 
.Ihovl. •//.?/.—< Vine Robinson, Samuel Scarborough, David 



Ctiolles, Elisha Adams, Adami White, jr. Uriel Fuller, 
Jonathan \, Welch, enquires. 

Aahford-Jpivid Roller, Levi oil John Warren, Ed- 
ward Keves. Thomas Bow, Nathan FTatwaH, Michael 
Richmond, Daniel K/iowiton, Ama n Lvon, ''isha Byles 
Edward S Keves esquires. 

Canterbury. — A.nd^ew T. Jud son Peter Mopse, Will 
iam D. Foster, Rufns Johnson, \v. Samuel L. Hough, 
Walter Williams, Rufus Adams. Luther Payne, Comfort. 
S. Hyde, Asahel Racn esquir s 

Chaplin.— David Avery, Origin Rennet, John Ross, Join 
Clark, esquires. 

Columbia. — Silas Fuller Samuel Little, Gepshom Dur- 
ance, Amherst Scovil' esquirs 

Hampton, — Nathaniel F Marttn, Charles VIou]tdn,Ghaun . 
eey F. Oeaveland, J-na. Clark, R >$rer Taintor. Daniel 
Seapl, Ebenefcep Burnham, esquires 

Aillifigly. — Joseph Mams, Vnthony Rpown, Ebenezer 
Young,, Penuel Hutchins, Luther WV^en \rbv Oovilf, 
David Chase, Hapvev Blashfield, John Dixon, Thomas 
Durfee, Thomas Backus, jr f squires. 

Mawfield.— John Salter, Zalmon S f '<rps, Seth !)•*«- 
ham, David Conant, Luthep Kingsley, ©aniel ''urnham, 
John Fitch esquires. 

Plainfield —Joseph Eaton, James "Gordon, John Les. 
ter, John Dunlap, Sessions Lester, Francis B. Johnson. 
esquires 

Pomfret.— Pardon ICingsky, Ephraim TneaMs, John 
Holbrook, Geo. Sharpe. Thomas Hubbard, Thomas M. 
Grosvenor, Job Williams esquires 

Sterling.— Calvin Hibhard, Jere*h Yotoiagp, John Gallup 
Wm. Arnold esquires. 

Thompson.— George Teamed. Stood D vis, 'onathan Ni- 
choh, John Nichols, Stephen Holhie?! esquires. 

VeluntowJi.— James Alexander. St ■ "v Kinney, Benj« 
Gallup. Daniel Keigwin Miner Rnbhins esquires- 

Windham. — Samuel Perkins, Joh Baldwin, Jonathan 
Devotion, Roger Huntington, John Staniford, Abner Hob. 
inson, Jonah Linkon, Alfred Young Edwards Clark, 
\ Henry Huntington, Thomas Gray, Miner Robhius es 
| quires. 



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Woodstock. —Whenever Stoddard, John McLellan, Joins 
Paine, Wm. Bowen, Abraham W Paine, T.,u»her Raw- 
son, Penue! Corhin, Jjpnafji May, John Fox. esquires* 

Practising s.uorneys. 
Andrew. T. Judsoh, e&u. si ait Attorney. * 

Brooklyn — \o\m Pariah Jonathan Vv tlct», Uriel Fuller. 
David C. BaHe* Danie 7i.i)ier esquirtb. 

Ashfor &- Phillip Hay ward, Samuel Ashby. Ichabod 
Bulkely esquirei 

Canterbury,— A. Y» Judson, Ruftis Adams, Daniel Frost 
jr. esquires 

Columbia As ah el Olark. 

Hampton. Joseph Prentis, Chaunce) F. Cleaveiand, es- 
quires. 

Kiikngly. Thomas backus jr. Silas Junes, esquires. 

J n una field. John Pitch, John VV. baiter esquires. 

J J lamJield. Joseph baton, Franc: B Johnson, es- 
quires. 

Pom/ret. John Holbrook, Ehsha b Perkins, esquires 

^tenting. Calvin Kibbard esq 

ThotitpMn. George Larned, Simon Uavis esquires. 

lYindhum Samuel Perkin&i iohn ifa.uwin. David Young 
Edwards Cla* k, 1 hookas Graj, /ienry rjunungton. 

Woodstock, John Mcl^j. an, liben'r Stoddard. John F. 
"Williams, e.-,cjuires. 



Davnl Keyts .^ sheriff. Ashtord. 

Deputy shenjs, BOc rales, baicom Wind bam. Philip 

Pearl jr. Han»pton. Allied Clark Athtord. Vincent 

Hmkiey Plainfield. John 1 nurston sterling, George 

Warren, Killingry, Artercas Fletcher, Mansfield. 

VV m T) ier, B rookiy n J ailor. 



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COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 



COUNTY COURT. 

[Justices of the Peace. 

Augustus Pettibone Esq Chief Judge. 

Associate Judges, Martm Strong, John Welch, Esq'ii^ 8 - 

Abel Catlin, esq Treasurer* 

Frederick Wolcott esq. Clerk and Clerk ofthe 

Superior Court. 



Litchfield. Frederick Woicott, Asa fSaccn, Phineas 
Miner, Levi Cat I in, Morris Woodruff, Seth P. Beers 
Jabez W Hunungton, Jonathan tiuel. Ozias Lewis,. 
Epaphras Hall, Elihu Harrison, lames Birge, Enos Stod- 
dard, David C. Saaford Simeon Sanford Hugh P Welch 
e squires 

JBarkhamsted. John Vlerriiis, William Taylor, Amos 
Beecher, Samuel Vionson, Leieestes Loomis, \lbert Hitch- 
cock, Anson Wheeler, esquires 

.Bethlem Samuel Bloss, Nathan Burton, jr. David Bird, 
Conant Catlin. Joseph H, /Bellamy esquires. 

Canaan. William M. furrail, Joshua Cornwall Bena- 
jah Douglas, James Fenn, William lolLbird, Leman 
Church Aiahel V oth /abez s ewster esquires. 

Colebreok Keube i Rockwell, >erh Marshall, Launce- 
lot Phelps, Samuel Whittord esquires 

Corn-wall Oliver rJu'tiham, Willfam Kellogg, George 
Wheaton, Rufus Swift,, amuei Hopkins Peter fierce, 
John A Sedgewick esquires 

Goshen. Truman btarr, Theron Towner, Samuel Cha- 
pin, David L. Parmelee. John H. Collins esquires. 

• Harwinton. Olmsted Catlin, Benjamin Griswold,NoaU 
Wilton. Henajah Hayden esqrs. 

Kent. Nathame P. Pe.ry, John Miles, John H. Swift, 
Nathan Slossan, Birdsey Beardsley, Garrett Winegar, Ah 
pheus Fuller. Lewis Mills esqjiires. 

New Hartford Asa Goodwin, Andrew Abernethv 
Roger (Hills W«n,6 Williams Isaac Kellogg esquires. 

New Miiford. O. Merwin, D. S. Board man, I J. Board- 
man, Eli Todd, Joel Sanford, Perry Smith, D. Gaylord 



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Nathaniel Perry, Stephen Crane, Levi Morris Israel Camp 
Ezra Noble esquires. 

J\orfolkr. Augustus Pet? ibone, Joseph Battell, Joseph 
ftiggs, Bushuel Ki,ap ; Edmund Brown tt{ res, 

Plymouth, Calvin ttutler, Thomas Mitchell, Chauncey 
Warner, Ranse-m Blakesiee esquires. 

lioxbury, Josiah R. Eastman, Royal R Hinraan, Ste- 
phen Sanim-d, Janet Trowbridge, William Pierce. 

Salisbury. Lot Norton Martin Strong Samuel Church 
Eiiphalet Whittlesey Seneca Pettee John G.Mitchel 
Norman Holly esq ires % 

Sharon. Samuel E. Everett Oliver Kellogg Ansel Ster- 
ling Samuel Rockwell Samuel R. Gager BenoniPeck Sam- 
uel Roberts Horatio Snith Stephen Heth Leman Bradley- 
esquires. 

Terrivgton. Wrn. Battel Erastus Hodges, Bussel C 
Abernethy CSk-UwdUt Woodward Levi Munsell William 
North esquires. 

. Warren Stt-phen Strong Sherman Ilartwell Salmon 
Weston esquires 

Washington. GurUsHicocfc Ensign Dushnell Youngs 
KEiliott Hermanns Marshall Alvin Brown esquires. 
i Watcrtotvn. Cbaries .%itrriman Holbrook Curtiss John 
^Bucking! um Samuel H. Nettleten i>enj.DeF©rest James 
.^ishelion esquires 
* Winchester. Jooeph Milier James Beebe Truman S. 
Wetmore Isaac Biownson Luman Wakefield Jonathan Coe 
William S. Hollabnd esquires. 

Woedbury. Charles B. Phelps Jesse Minor Matthew 
Minor jr. Leman Sherman Gideon B.Botsford John Strong 
jr, John Judsor. enquires- 



Practising Attorneys. 

Litchfield. Asa Bacon, Phineas Miner, Seth P. Beers, 
Jabez W. Hunuagtou, Freeman Smith, David C. Sanford 
enquires. 

Eethlem. Joseph H. Bellamy esq. 

Canaan, William M. Bur rail, Reuben Hunt, Leman 
Church, John Elmore jr Daniel Jaqua jr. esquires. 

Cornwall, George Wheaton *sq. 



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Goshen* Rirdlay Baldwin, Nelson Brewster acquires. 

Kent. Nathaniel P. Perry. Frederick , Chuicndon. 
esquires. 

J\orjolk. Michael F„ Milts esq. 

New Milford. David S.JSoardman, Perry S.-,. ith, Na- 
thaniel Perry esquires. 

J\ew Hartford. Knger Mil's, William (i. Williams, 
esquires. 

Plymouth. Calvin Butler esq. \ 

Salisbury. Samuel Church Philander Wheeler John G, 
Mitchell Edward Rockwell esquires. 

JRoxbury Royal li tfinman, Isaac Leavenworth esquires 

Sharon. Ansel sterling Cyrus Swan Charles h\ Sedg- 
wick Ebenezcr Blackmail Wiliiam Rockwell esquires.! 

Torrington. Thomas Wilcox esq. 

Washington. Frederick I. Fenn esq.g 

Water town- Holhrbofc Curtiss esq. 

Winchester. Joseph Miller, William S, Holabird, John 
Boyd, esquires. 

Woodbury. ^o*h B. Benedict, Matthew Minor ,jr. John 
Strong, jr. Charles B. Phelps, Robinsou J. Hinman. 
esouires. 



Ozias Seymour esq. Sheriff*, Litchfield. 
Deputy Sheriffs. Ozias Lewis, Litchfield, William P. 
Russet, Canaan. Philo Mills, Kent. Tertius VVadsworth 
New Hartford. Charles A Judson, Washington Gideon 
Hall, Winchester Nathan Preston, Woodbury Samuel 
Comstoek, New vMford. William II Walton, Salisbury 
John % Warmer Plymouth. Henry Keed Sharon 
Stephen Deming, Litchfield, Jailer. 



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COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Samuel W. Dana, Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, William Carter, Franklin G. Comstock, 

esquires. 

Seth Overton, esq Treasurer, 

John t'isk, Clerk, and Clerk of the Superior Court. 

Wm H Fisk^ Assistant Clerk of Superior and County 

Courts. 



Justices of the Peace. 

Middletown. Stephen T. Hosnaer, Alexander Wolcott, 
Samuel W, Dana, Joshua Stow, Josiah Savage, Daniel J 
Griswold, Kli Coe, Josiah Sage, George W. Stanley, Elisha 
Treat, Angus; us Cook, E'- jnh Paddock, Hezekiah Rice, 
Thomas Mather, Daniel Burrows esquires. 

Chatham. Benjamin Hard, Ralph Smith Sparrow- 
Smith, Samuel Hall, Philip Sage, Franklin G. Comstock, 
Bartlet Lewi?. Ira Lee, Diodaie B < * est esquires. 

Durham. Worthmgton G. ( .'hauncey, Lemuel Camp, 
Samuel Tibbals, William S. Camp, Timothy Coe, Asahel 
Strong, John White esquires. 

East Haddam. Josiah Gnffing, Ism»c Chapman, Isaac 
Ghester.WiHiam Hungerford,Russel Dutton, OLver Green, 
Aaron C. Palmer, Lemuel >C. Dan els, Thomas C. Beard- 
man, Ozsas Holmes, Asa Smith, Az-1 Uf.ley esquires . 

Haddam. Samuel, Arnold. Jonathan Burr, Jonathan 
Usher, Charle* Arnold, Ely Warner 5 ra iih Clark, Kussel 
Shaylor, Hezekiah Seovil, Jabez Bramarq" esquires. 
WkKUUngwm r h William Carter, Ausi in Olcott, Jedediah 
Harris, D^ d Kelsey, Jared Bliott, Benjamin Hurd, Da 
vid Griswold,' George Carter, Abiel A. Loomis, Jeremiah 
Hull, John Sta>i ton esquires. 

Saybrook, John Btannard, Clark Nott, William Lynde, 
Joel Pratt, Hufus Clark, Ebenezer Hayden, Reynold 
Webb,Bani Denison, Samuel Jones, Samur. Cart3r,George 
Pratt,{Gurdou Smith, William A. Hill, Sanson Kedfield 



Amos Sco veil, Joshua l/Hommedieu,Jededteh Post, George 
Reed, Samuel Hough, Samuel Ingham, Felix Starkey* 
esquires. 

Practising Attorneys, 
George W. Stanley esq State Attorney. 

Middletowi. Samuel W. Dana, Matthew T. Russel, 
George W. Stanley, Elijah Hubbard, Jonathan Barne3 jr. , 
William L. Storrs, William Vandeursen,Saiuuel D. Hub 
*bard, John M. Lathrop, esquires. 

Baddam. Eh Warner, Smith Clark esquires. 

East-Haddam. William Hungerford, Azel Utley, K, 
L. Foster esquires . 

Killing-worth, Abiel A. Loomis esq 

Saybrook. Samuel Ingham, Stephen W. Starkev-, 
Squires. 

John L. Lewis, Sheriff, esq. Middle town. 

Deputy Sheriff's. Chare? Arnold, laddam. Frederick 
Wright, k 2d. KifiifigwOrth. Hiram via kham, Chatham.— 
Richard P. Williams, (Essex) Sa> brook. 

Jailers, Harvey Tread way, Middletown. Noah Clark, 
X Haddam. 



COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 



COUNTY COURT 

Asa Willey, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Associate Judges— Ingoldsby W. Crawford; Eliphalet 

Young esquires. 

Jeremiah Parish esq. Clerk. 

Elisha Stearns, Esq. Clerk of Superior Court. 



Justices of the Peace. 

Tolland I a .a WiUey, Jeremiah Parish, Jonathan 
ifarnes, Elipha Young, John JVLHyde, esquires, 
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Btlton. Jabez L. White, Daniel W. jSadger, Noah 

Strong Manton Hammond, esquires. 

Coventry. Nathan ^Howard, Isaiah Daggett, Zelotes Lon&* 

Cephas 2?righam Levi Sweetland Stephen Hosmer, esqrs' 

Ellington Asa Willey Robert Hyde Oliver W. Steel. 

Benjamin Pinney, esquires. 

Hebron, Randolph Gilbert, John S. Peters/ Leonard 
Hendee, Abner Sendee, William Brown, Levi Waldo, 
Judah Porter, Ralph Gilbert, Jonathan Page esquires. 

Somers. Horatio A. Hamilton, Walter R. Kibbe, Icha- 
hod Mudge, Oliver Chapin 2d esquires. 

Stafford. Renning Mann, Rodolphus Woodworth, Na- 
than Bartlet, Amos Harvey, Zina Winter, Nathaniel Sib- 
ley, esquires. 

Union. Ingoldsby W. Crawford, Luther Crawford, Au- 
gustus Moore, esquires. 

Vernon, Lebbeus P> Tinker, Francis McLean, Oliver 
H. King, esquires. 

Willington. Daniel Glazier, John 1. Moulton, Hiram 
Rider, esquires. 



Practising Attorneys. 
Jonathan Barnes, esq. State Attorney. 

Tolland. Jonathan Barne. Calvin Willey,Elisha Stearns 
Jeremiah Parish, Randall Crawford, esquires. 

JBolton. Saul Alvord. jr. 

.Ellington. Asa Willey, lohnH, Brock way, esquires. 

Hebron. Ralph Gilbert, Stuart Beebe, esquires. 

Somers. Walter R. Kibbe, Loren P. Waldo, esquires. 

Stafford. BenningMann, Rodolphus Woodworth, Aho- 
Hab Johnson, jr. esquires. 



Elijah Johnson, esq. Stafford, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriff * Samuel Kent, Tolland. Daniel Kim. 
ball jr, Ellington. Simon House, Hebron. 
Samuel Kent) Tolland, Jailer* 



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COURTS OF PROBATE. 



Districts. 
Hartford 
New Haven 
New London 
Fairfield 
Windham 
Plainfield 
Guilford 
v Woodbury 
East Haddani 
Litchfield 
Stamford 
Danbury 
Norwich 
Middletown. 
Pemfret 
Sharon 
Stafford 
Simsbury 
Stonmgton 
Farmington 
Wallingford 
Saybrook 
Stratford 
East Windsor 
W r aterbury 
Norfolk 
New Milford 
Hebron 
Norwalk 
Gran by 
Newtown 
Nuffield 
JSerlin 
Chatham 
Southington 
New Hartford 
Ellington 
X*ebaaan 



Judges. Clerks. 

John Kuss Charles Bull 

Wra.W. Boardman John Hunt, 2d. 



Moses Warren 
David Hi J I jr, 
Jonah L/nkon 
Ebenezer Young 
Reuben Elliott 
Charles B. Phelps 
Benj. Trumbull 



E. R. W rren 
David Hill 
Stowell Linkon 
James Gordon 
George Griswold 
Nathan Preston 
B. M. Trumbull 



Frederick Wolcott J. H. Huntington 

Charles Hawley Samuel Lockwood 

Reuben Booth Sam'l H. Phillips 

John Hyde J3urrell Lathrop 

John Alsop John Fisk 

John Nichols 

Samuel (Shurch Leman Church 

Jeremiah Parish Joseph Howard 

John O, Pettibone 

W.Willianrs of Gr. George Hubbard 

Noadiah Woodruff Jared Gr 19 wold 

Rufus Hitchcock Win. R. Hitchcock 

Wm. Lynde 

David Plant 

Lorrain T. Pease 

John Kingsbury 

Michael F. Mills 

J ehiel Williams 

John S. Peters 

Wm. M. Betts 

Joab Griffin jr. 

jSani'lC. Blackman 

Oliver Pease 

Thomas Lee 

Benjamin Hurd 

Sylvester Norton 

I saac Kellogg 

Asa Willey 

Denjson Wajtttes je Andersoa Martin 



Samuel Ingham. 



C. D. Kingsbury 

Nath'l Perry 
Cyrus Mann 
Tkaddeus Betts 
Joshua R. Jcwett 



Ira E. Smith 
F. G. Com stock 
Romeo Lowry 



NOTARIES PUBLIC: 

Hartford. Enoch Perkins, Hezekiah Himtington, Wal . 
ter Mitchell, John M. Gannett, Joseph Trumbull, Isaac 
Perkins, Henry L Ellsworth, Nathan Johnson,Samuel JL 
Parsons, Alfred Terry. 

Berlin. Daniel Dunbar. 

Granby Samuel Woodruff. 

New Haven Dyer White, R. I. Ingeraoll, Leonard A. 
Daggett, Charles A. Ingersoll, John I. Barnard, Sherman 
Oroswell. 
. Brookfield. Jesse Lathrop. 

Cheshire. Bun age Beach. 

Derby. John L. Tomlinson, 

Guiljord. William Todd. 

New JLondon Lyman Law, Ebenezer Learned, Wil- 
liam F. Braina*d, William P. Cleaveland jr.E. F. Dutlon* 

J\orwich. James Lanraan, James Stedman,Joseph Wh-» 
liams. Henry Strong, Asa Child. 

Colchester, Daniel Watrous. 

Gristvold. Thomas Stewart. 

Stonington. Alexander G. Smith ,€eorge Hubbard,Elia& 
Brown. 

Lebanon. William V. Williams. 

hyme. Henry M. Waite, Charles Griswoid. 

Fairfield. Gideon Tomlinson. 

Danbury. Daniel B, Cook, Uussel Hoyt 

Stamford. Charles Haw ley. 

Stratford. Daniel Judson. 

Bridgeport* Joseph Backus, Daniel Sterling. 

Nor-walk. Clark Bissel. 

Windham. Samuel Perkins. 

Brooklyn. John Parish, Adams White jr. 

Woodstock John M'Ciellan. 

Litchfield Frederick Wolcott, Seth P. Beers, 

Goshen. Theron Towner. 

New Mil ford. David S Boardman. 

Salisbury. Elisha Sterling. 

Woodbury. John V Marshall. 

Middletoxvn. Matthew T Russel, George W. Stanley, 
Jonathan Barnes, je. VVm. Van Deursen. 

Essex. Samuel Ingham, 

Killingivorth. Abiel A.Loomis. 



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Commissioners on Turnpike Roads, Bridges, 
Ferries, etc* 

TURNPIKE ROADS. 

Boston— David Brewster, Calvin Whitney. 

Bridgeport & Newtown — Abijah Merritt, James B. 
Fair man. 

Canaan & Salisbury — Benajah Douglass,Jeremiah Hos« 
ford. 

Chatham & Marlborough— -Daniel Burrows, Ebenefcer 
Brockway. 

Cheshire— Lemuel Whitman, Charles HL Pond. 

Chester & North .Aillin^vorth— Hezekiah Canfieldr 
Joshua L'Hommedieu. 

Colchester & Norwich — Levi Waldo, Abner Hendee. 

Colchester &? Chatham — Abner Hendee, Daniel Bur- 
rows. 

Columbia— John Graves Zachariah Cone. 

Connecticut — Jeremiah Sturges, Charles Haw ley, 

Cornwall & Warren— George Wheaton, John Smith. 

Cornwall & fVashington—Geovgn Wheaton, John 
Smith. 

Canaan & Litchfield— Wm. M. Burrall, Asa S. Brews„ 
ter. 

Connecticut & Iihode> Is land— Luther Warren, of Aslu 
ford, Ezra ChHd, 

Banbury & BidgefieldSteiihew Hoyt, Russel Hoyt, 

Durham t$ East Guilford— Daniel Burrows,Curtis Wil- 
cox 

East-Haddam &f Colchester— Benjamin Coit, John De- 
Witt. 

EastJlartford tf Tolland— -Eliphalet Young, Lemuel 
White. 

Bast Middle— Calvin Butler, Bela Blakeslee. 

Essex— Samuel Ingham. Jedidiah P«st. 

Farmington River— Lent Benham. An ah Phelps, 

FairfiMp Bedding & Weston— Phineas Taylor f John 
Hull. 



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Goshen & Sha von— Samuel Roberts, .Benjamin Liner 

Granby— Jeffery @. Phelps, Daniel B Holcomb. ' 

Green Woods-- Gideon Hall, Grove Pinney, 

Groton & Sto?iiKgton—Chzvles Bulkeley, Amos Gat- 
IuP- 

Guilford & Durham— -Noyes Darling, Moses* War- 
ren . 

Baddam & Durham— Joshua Stow, John Swathel. 

Hartford & New Haven— Charles H. Pond, Luther 
Beckley. 

Hartford & New London- -James Mitchel, Henry KiJ. 
bourn. 

Hartford, Tolland, Windham and New London Conn-, 
ties— Leonard Hemlee, (Stephen Tracy. 

Hartford and Tolland— Lemuel White, Eliphalet Youngs 

Hebron and Middle /fatftfawi- Ralph Smith, John 
Graves. 

Housatonic— Charles H, Pond, Peter Tomlinson, 

Killingworth and Baddam— Jared Elliot, Jedidiah Har- 
ris, 

Litchfield and Cornwall— Stephen Deming, Daniel 
Hall. 

Litchfield and Harwinton—CaWm ^Butler, Abel Cat- 
lin,i2d. 

Litchfield and New Milford— Stephen Deming, John 
Phelps. 

Middlesex. Joshua Stow, Daniel Burrows. 

Middletown & Berlin. Joshua Stow, Daniel Burrows. 

Middletown and Durham. Joshua Stow, Charles H> 
Pond. 

Middletown and Meriden. Joshua Stow, Daniel Bm> 
rows. 

Mohegan. Christopher Manwaring, — — , 

New JUaven and Derby* Charles H. Pond, Samuel 
Wadsworth. 

New Haven and Milford. Charles H. Pond, Giles 
Mansfield. 

New London and Lyme, James Mitchel, Christopher 
G rifling. 

Aew London and fVifidham Counties, Welcome A. 
Browning, Sessions Lester, 



J\"cw Milfordand Sherman. Daniel A. Pickett, Israel 
Camp. 

J\'ew Milford and Woodbury. Elijah Bennett, Daniel 
A. Pickett. 

New Preston. Erastus Reynolds, Abijah Tomlinson. 

Norwalk and Banbury. Zalmon Wild man, Joseph 
Darling;. 

Nor ivich and Woodstock. Vine Robinson, Samuel h* 
Hough 

Oxford. Charles H- Pond, Gideon Judson. 

Peitipaug and Guilford. Samuel Ingham, Jedidiah 
Post. 

Pine's Bridge. Noyes Darling Burton Canfield. 

Providence. Benjamin E, Palmer, Thomas backus. 

Bimmon Fall*. John Mosely, Charles H. Pond. 

Salem and Hamburg. Samuel Ingham, £bene^er 
Brock way*: 

Sharon and Cornwall. Lewis Peck, i^enjamin Lines 

Stafford Mineral Spring, Lemuel White, John T. 
Moulton 

Still River. Thomas Gonkiin, Chester Soper. 

Sou'Jiington and Waterbury. Sylvester Norton, An- 
drew Adams. 

Sandy Brook. Gideon Hal/, Ezra Doolittle. 

Straits' Charles H. Pond, Morris Woodruff. 

Talcott Mountain. Joseph H. Pratt, William G. 
Williams. 

Thompson. Luther Warren, of Killingly, Stephen 
Holmes. 

Tolland County. Eliphalet Young, Daniel Glazier. 

Torringtofi. Samuel Woodward, Samuel Seymour. 

Washington. Lewis Beers Asahel Moody. 

Windham and Coventry. Elijah Wright, John Aspin 
wall. 

Windham and Mansfield, John Fitch, Reuben Bur- 
gess. 

West Middle. Nehemiah C. Sanford, John Whee- 
ler. 

Woodstock and Somen. William Rice, Nathaa Aus- 



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Waterbury Hirer. Jonathan Coe, jr. John Bucking- 
ham. 
Wolcottville. Joseph Miller, Uriel Tuttle. 
Fair ffaven. Charles H. Pond, Jedldiah Harris. 

bridges. 

Niantic. MoseB Warren, Adam Larabee. 

Hartford. John Hempsted, Lemuel White, James 
Goodwin. 

Norwich and Preston. Charles Rockwell, Elias Brown 
Jonathan Brewster. 

Mystic. Roswell Fish, Jesse D. Noyes. 

T omlin8on > s . Charlea H. Pond, Rufus Hitchcock, El 
dad Gilbert. 

Bridgeport. Robert Fairchild, John Hill. 

Washington. Charles H 8 Pond, James H. Lindsley, 

Levenworth's. John Wheeler, Wm. Hinman. 
Ztar* Gideon Jurison. Samuel Wheeler. 

Bennet's. Benjamin hurd, Jacob Beers. 

Hawley's. Wait $. Nnrthrop, Czar Nearing. 

New MUford Toll Homer Boardman, Daniel Gay 
lord 

Bull's Falls. Homer Jfoardman, Daniel Gay lord. 

Pratt's. Homer JBoa id man, Daniel Gaylord. 

Fuller's. Homer Boardman, Daniel Gaylord. 

FERRIES. 

Derby, (at the narrows.) Charles H. Pond, Phillip 
Saunders. 

New. London. James Mitchel, Charles Bulkeley. 

Chapman's. Benjamin Hurd Joshua L'Hommedieu. 

Gale's. Ralph HuHbut, Elisha M- Comstock. 

Brockwmj's. Joshua L'Hommedieu, Hezekiah Can 
field. n f 

Warner's. Peter Comstock, Ebenczer Brockway, 

Hi?$anum -Benjamin Hurd. Joshua L'Htmmedieu. 

East Raddam. Benjamin Hurd, Joshua L ? #orame< 
djeu. 



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Middle Haddam Landing. Benjamin Hurd, Charles 

Braina'd' 

JEssex Ebenezer Brockway, Jedidiah Post. 

Rocky Hill Marvin Dayton, Hen v Bulkelcy. 

Pratt's Solomon Cole, Samuel B Woodward. 

King^s. Jabez Gollins, Apollos Fuller. 

East Windsor, (at the mouth of Scantic river,) John 
Matson, He a <y Sill. 

Kinney's Solomon Cole, Samuel B. Woodward. 

Warehose point John Watson, Henry Sill, 

Enfield & Suffield or Lovejoys^ Jabez Co!tius 3 Apollos 
Fuller. 

Say brook. James Mitchel, Noyes Barber* John P. 
Trott. 

Works of the Union Company in ConnecH River. 
John Caldwell, John Z/empsted, Lemuel White. 



Commissioners on the works of the Thames Channel- 
Company. 
Ebenezer Huntington, of Norwich Richard Law, of New 
London. Denison Palmer, of Preston. 



SURVEYORS IN CONNECTICUT. 

George Gillet, esq. Hebron, (Tolland County 
Surveyor General. 

DEPUTY SURVEYORS. 

County ofHuv-iJad Dsraiel st John, of Hartford 
County of New*Buven. N tyes Mrlfng, i/f VV otibcidge 
County of New London. Moses Warren ot Lyme. 
County of Fairfield Be i jomin Hoy t. of Danbury. 
County of Windham Lemuel Iugaiis, of Pomtret. 
County of Litchfield Wru, M. Hurrali, of Canaan* 
County of Tolland David Cady. 
County of Middlesex. Dan Lane, of Killingworth< 



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TOWN CLERKS AND COLLECTORS. 



Towns. 
Ashford 
Bark ham sled 
Berlin 
Bethlem 
Bolton 
Bozrah 
Bran ford 
Bristol 
Brookfield 
Burlington 
Brooklyn 
Bridgeport 
Canterbury 
Canaan 
Canton 
Chaplin 
Chatham 
Cheshire 
Colebrook 
Colchester 
Columbia 
Cornwall 
Coventry 
Danbury 
Derby 
Durham 
Darien 
East Haven 
East Hartford 
East Haddam 
East Windsor 
Ellington 
Enfield 
Farmington 
Fairfield 
Franklin 



. Clerics* Collectors Sta.Taxes, 
Josias B3 lea Field; ? Watkins 

Joseph Wider Amos Efeecher jr. 
Da >i> 1 Dunbar Erastus Sage 
Samuel Church Nathan Hawley 
Manton Hammond C. C. Strickland 
Gardner Avery Orimel Johnson 



Samuel Fi >sbie 
Tracy Peck 
Hepi an BureM 
Wait Lowi ey 
Zach-. Spading 
Salmon Hnbbell 
Thomas Ooit 



James Blackstoue 
Silas Gridley 
Lyman Smith 
Wizard Hitchctck 
8 P. Spalding 
Ezra Gregory 
Charles Adams 



ifenajah Douglass H. C. Hollabird 

Jrmes Humphrey Hosea Case, 2d 

David Avei v Marvin Richardson 

ZebuloD Penfield Erastus Strong 

Muftis Hitchcock Asa Tuttle 

Lancelot Phelps Steph. B. Clinton 

E.M Woithington John T.Peters 

Samuel Little S. T, Hosmer 

William Kellogg Ans»n Rogers 



Nathan Howard 
Darius Starr 

W. G Chauncey 
Darius K Seofield 
M'ela Farnum 
Samuel Pitkin 
N L. Foster 
Abner Reed 
Robert Hyde 
Elam O. Potter 
Samuel Richards 
Samuel Rowland 
Henry Hazen 



Horace Rose 
Levi Starr 
Fzekiei Gilbert 
J;:bez Bailey 
Joseph Weed 
DavN Bradley 
Asl>be* Olmsted 
Ansel Hungerford 
Samuel Bartlett jr, 
Daniel Kimball, jr 
Roderick White 
Elijah Porter 
Th. F Rowland 
Amasa Hyde 



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Clerks* 
Jonathan Welles 
Adino Hale 
II* R. Pettibone 
John J. Tracy 
Dan'l Huntington 
Nathan Dabol! 
Samuel Fowler jr. 
R> Pierpont 
John /Trainard 
Mason Cleave land 
Elisha Colt 
A"stin Ensign 
Elijah Gaylord 
John S. Peters 
Samuel P. Mills 
Lewis Mills 
Elisha Kelssy 
Jeremiah Field 
Anderson Martin 
Joseph Jewett 
Moses Seymour 
Charles Smith 
Walter P. Muoger 
George Cheney 
Luther Kingsley 
David B, Ripley 
Amos Curtis 
Larmon Townsend 
Joha Fisk 
Samuel Higby 
Joshua Baker jr, 
Samuel Wheeles 
Edward Nash 
S. T. Barnum 
Asa Goodwin 
Elisha Manson 
Henry Douglass 
Elisha Bostwick 
Caleb Baldwin 
Daniel Pierpont 



Collectors.'' 
Joseph Welles 
Collins Boldwln 
Geo. 15, Owen 
Jacoh Dayton jr. 
Jamas Tyler jr. 
Warren William'? 
Josiah Coan jr. 
Eli Dickerman 
Dudley Clark 
Harvey Loomis 
Benj. Hastings 
Benson Coe 
Gay I. Sanford 

Cyrus Lewis 
Hiram Converse 
Nath. Griswold,2d 
Ezra Hutchins 
S. D. Tilden 
Milton Perkins 
Charles Buel 
Charles L. Peck 

Eli Porter 
Harvey Clark 
Elijah Foote 
Asahel Curtis 
L G. Townsend 
Linus Coe 
Stephen B. Ford 
J. W. Kaughton 
Wm JSeaeh 
Edward Nash 
Reuben Hodge 
Henry Seymour 
John Scott 
Henry Douglass 
Wra A. Knapp 
Rhesa Foot 
Jared Barnes 



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TcwtiT. 
Norfolk 
Nor walk 
Norwich 
N. Stoaington 
OraQge 
Oxford 
Plainfieid 
Plymouth 
Porafret 
Preston 
Redding 
Kidgefield 
Roxbury 
Salem 
Salisbury 
Say brook 
Sharon 
Sherman 
Somers 
Southington 
Southbury 
^tafibrd 
Stamford 
Sterling 
Stonington 
Stratford 
Suffield 
Simsbury 
Thompson 
Tolland 
Tonington 
Trumbull 
Union 
Vet non 
Voluntown 
Wallingford 
Warren 
Washington 
Waterbury 



Clerks. 
Auren Roys 
Benjamin Isaacs 
Benj Huntington 
Stephen Avery 
Solomon Johnson 
Hosea Button 
Squire Cady 
Calvin Butler 
T. M. Grosvenor 
Denison Palmer 
Jona R. Sanford 
Samuel Stebbins 
Silas Minor 
John Billings 
M. Hutchinson 
Clark Nott 
Geo. King jr. 
Hugh Gelston 
Oliver Chapin, 2d 
Sam'J Andrews jr. 
John Moseley 
Abijah i?lodget 
Seymour Jarvis 
Pierce Smith 
Jesse Dean 
Silis Burton 
Oliver Pease 
Muses Ensign 
John JNichols 
Joseph Howard 
R. U, Abernethy 
Le*is burton 
Nath*l Newell 
L. P. tinker 
Minor Robins 
Hunn Munson 
George Starr 
D. B. Brinsraade 
Ashley bcott 



Collectors* 
Thomas Curtis 
Thaddeus BettS 
JSurrel Lathrop 
Elias Hewitt jr. 
Edmund R. Fowler 
Nathan Wooster 
Benj. #acon. 
John S. Warner 
James Howe 
Geo. W. Morgan 
Benj. Meeker 
Wm. Lee 
Chauncey Hedge 
Joseph Beckwith 
Wm Bushnell 
Sidney Bushnell 
Joseph Lord 
MoraceHungerford 
Hiram Pomeroy 
Charles Robinson 
William Hicock 
Cyril Johnson 
Jonathan Hoyt 
Herri9 Arnold 
Joshua Wheeler jr 
Benj. Ufford 
Boswell King 
B. P. Bacon 
Hezekiah Olney 
N. Chapman 
Harlow Filer 
P, G Plumb 

Benj. Talcott jr. 
Kinne Gallup 
Thaddeus Cook 
Erastus Curtiss 
John N. Gunn 
Marcus Bronsea 



Toionu 
Waterford 
Watertown 
Weston 
Wethersfield 
Willington 
Wilton 
Wi»dhara 
Windsor 
Winchester 
Wood bridge 
Woodbury 
Woodstock 
Wolcott 



/ / 

Clerhs. 
Caleb Raymond 
T. C Steele 
Simeon Fanton 
Elijah Keach 
Gidean N. Merrick 
Samuel Belden 
Eliphalet Ripley 
Elisha N. Sill 
Levi Piatt 
Justus Thomas 
Leman Sherman 
John Fox 
Archibald Minor 



Collectors. 
William Gorton 
Alanson Warren 
Lanson Coley 
Elisha Wolcott jr. 
Orren Holt 
Zalmon,Dikeman 
Henry Webb 
oieero Phelps 
Orson Andruss 
Truman Hotchkiss 
David Brothwell 
Aaron Corbin 
Albert ft. Potter 



The Commissioners to equalise the Assessment Lists 
for the State, are the Treasurer and Comptroller for the 
time being. 



FIRST SELECTMEN AND TOWN 
TREASURERS. 



Towns. 
Ashford 
Barkhamsted 
Berlin 
Bethlem 
Bolton 
Bozrah 
8 ran ford 
Bristol 
Brookfield 
Burlington 
Brooklyn 
Bridgeport 
| Canterbury 
Canaan 
Canton 



First Selectmen. 
Amos Knowlton 
Jesse Ives 
Levi Barnes 
J. H .Bellamy 
D. W. Badger 
Wra. Kelley 
Elijah Linsley 
Tracv Peck 
J. B. Sanford 
Gad Frisbie 
Deniion Cady 
Wilson Hawley 
Jedidiah Johnson 
Simeon Higby 
Elisha Sugden 



Treasurers. * 
Josias i/yies 
Geo. Merrell 
Daniel Dunbar 
Samuel Church 
Mantoa Hammond 
Gardner Avery 
Samuel Frisbie 
Tracy Peck 
John Northrop 
Gad Frtsbie 
ZechariahSpalding 
Smith Tweedy 
Thomas Coit 
Benajah Douglass 
Lancel Foot 



Towns* 
Chaplin 
Chatham 
Cheshire 
Colebrook 
Colchester 
Columbia 
Cornwall 
Coventry 
Danbury 
Derby 
Durham 
Darien 
East Haven 
East Hartford 
East Haddam 
East Windsor 
Ellington 
Enfield 
Farmington 
Fairfield 
Franklin 
Glastenbury 
Goshen 
Granny 
Greenwich 
Griswold 
Groton 
Guilford 
Hamden 
Haddam 
Hampton 
Hartford 
Hartland 
Harwinton 
Hebron 
Huntington 
Kent 

Killing worth 
Killingly 
Hebancn 



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First Selectmen. 
Thomas Hough 
Guy Cor/per 
Silas Hitchcock 
Enos North 
Benj. Trumbull 
Norman Little 
James Wads worth 
Solomon Bidwell 
Elijah Sanford 
Sheldon Curtiss 
Charles Robinson 
Henry Bates 
E. Heminway 
Selah Webster 
Stephen Cone 
Samuel Bartlett 
Peleg Martin 
Jabez Rollins 
Horace Cowles 
David Hill 
Joshua Tracy 
David E. Hubbard 
David booster 
Elizur Benjamin 
James Smith 
James Lord 
Guy C. Stoddard 
Samuel Fowler 
Joel Ford 
Samuel Tyler 
Nath'l F.Martin 
John llempsted 
Wm. Peters 
Roswell Aiford 
Abner Hendee 
N. G. Birdseve 
Aipheus Fuller 
Edward Wright 
Joshua Adams 
Eliphalet Abel 



TreasurerSe 
David Avery 
Zebulon Penfield 
Kufus Hitchcock 
Ira Whiting 
JohnR Watrcus 
SamueJ Little 
Benj. Catlin 
Nathan Howard 
Alanson Hamlin 
Ethiel Kinne 
Dennis Camp 
Joshua Scofield 
Jfela Farnham 
Samuel Pitkin 
N- L. Foster 
Aaron Bissell 
Robert Hyde 
Elam O. Potter 
Solomon Cowies 
John Hull 
Oliver Johnson 
Geo. Plummer 

heron Towner 
D. Hayes jr. 
Peter Mead 
D. Huntington 
Nathan Daboll 
Samuel Fowler 
Russel Pierpont 
G S. ifrainard 
Mason Cleaveland 
Isaac Spencer 
Samuel Skinner 
Phin. W. Nobles 

Hezekiah Marks 
Philo Mills 
Dan Lane 
Jeremiah Field 
Anderson M&rtfh 



Towns* 
Lisbon 
Litchfield 
Lyme 
Madison 
Manchester 
Mansfield 
Marlborough 
Meriden 
Middlebury 
Middle-town 
Milford 
Monroe 
Montville 
"New Canaan 
New Fairfield 
New Hartford 
New Haven 
New London 
New Milford 
Newtown 
North Haven 
Norfolk 
Norwalk 
Norwich 
N, Stoningtort 
Orange 
Oxford 
Plainfield 
Plymouth 
Pomfret 
Preston 
Redding 
Ridgefield 
Roxbury 
Salem 
Salisbury 
Saybrook 
Sharon 
Sherman 
Vomers 



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First Selectmen* 
Russell Hose 
Charles Seymour 
Rich'd L. Lord 
Reynold VVebb 
Martin Keeney 
Samuel Harrows 
W. B, Board man 
Levi We 

Larmon Townsend 
Henry Carrington 
Samuel Durand jr. 
Agur Lewis 
Samuel Prentice 
rT. B. Benedict 
Am z i Rogers 
Absalom Wells jr. 
Wm. Mix 
Saraue-J Chany 
Elihu Marsh 2d 
Isaac Scudder 
John. Todd 
James Shepard 
/iarnabas Marvin 
Eber Backus 
Latham Hull 
N. Kimberly 
N. B. Fairchilcl 
Mowry Burgis 
R. Blakeslee 
Z. Williams 
Henry Urown 
G. Sherwood • 
Abner Gilbert 
Samuel Patterson 
David Pa • ten 
Josiah M. Reed 
Samuel Sanford 
Alpheus Jewett 
Morris Barnes 
A, Kibbejr. 



Treasnrevs\ 
Joseph Jewett 
Samuel /fuel 
Sam' I B. Mather 1 
■W. P Munger 
Geo Cheeney 
Luther Kingsley 
Moseiey Talcott. 
Asahel Curtiss 
L Townsend 
John Kisk 
Sam'l Durand jr, 
Henry Lewis 
Joshua /?aker 
Stephen Hoyt jr. 
S 1\ Barnum 
Asa Goodwin 
Andrew Kidston 
John P-Trott 
Wm. lay lor 
Ezra Glover 
Daniel Pierpont 
J. H Pettibone 
Moses Gregory 
C. P. Huntington 
Chester Smith 
Solomon Johnson 
Abel Wheler 
Squire Cady 
Calvin Butler 
T. M. Grosvenor 
Denison Palmer 
J. &. San ford 
Richard Randall 
Amos Lathrop 
John Billings 
Abijah C. Peet 
Clark Nott 
Samuel RoekwgH 
Hugh Gelston 
Oliver Chap in 2d 



Towns} 

Southington 

Southbury 

Stafford 

Stamford 

Sterling 

Stonington 

Stratford 

Saffield 

Simsbury 

Thompson 

Tolland 

Torrington 

Trambull 

Union 

Vernon 

Voluntown 

Waliin&ford 

Warren 

Washington 

Waterbury 

Waterford 

Watertown 

W T eston 

Wethersfield 

WiUington 

Wilton 

Windham 

Windsor 

Winchester 

Woodbridge 

Woodbury 

Woodstock 

Wolcott 



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First Selectmen* 
Julius Bristol 
John Wheeler 
Benning Mann 
T Davenport 
A zol Clar k 
Wm. WUIiams 
Eli W. Lewis 
Andrew Denison 
9, 3. H»pkins 
T. Dwrght 
Geo. M. Hyde 
Levi Muusell 
Philo Booth 
Samuel Crawford 
Francis. McLean 
Jona. Stanton 
Samuel Cook gd* 
Dan Carter 
JohnN, Gunn 
Ashley Scott 
James Rogers 2d 
S. H. Netileton 
O.C. Sanferd 
Samuel Galpin 
Hiram Rider 
Erastus Sturges 
G. Manning 
Odiah Leomis 
Matthew Adams 
John Northrop 
Judson Jftackman 
Epaphras Child 
Orren Plumb 



Treasurers, 
John Wightraao. 
William Hinman 
Abijah Blodget 
Seyiaour Jams 
Fierce Smith 
Jesse Dean 
Elijah Ufford 
Oliver Pease 
Benjamin Ely 
John Nichols, jr. 
Joseph Howard 
R. U Abcnetby* 
R. Mddlebrook 
N. Newell 
L. P. Tinker 
James Alexander 
Thaddeus Cook 
Joseph A. Tanner 
Samuel Leavitt 
Ashley Scott 
Caleb Raymond 
Wm. H.Merriman 
Isaac Bennett 
Timothy Stillman 
Gideon N. Merrick 
S. Beldcn 
E. Ripley 
E li Wilson 
Levi Piatt 
Justus Thomas 
Samuel Sherman 
John Fox 
Ambrose I?es. 



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MILITIA. 

C$$$ of Official Returns in the office of tlte 
Jldjutani General. 



His Excellency 

OLIVE ft WOLCOTT, 

• Captain General and Commander-in-Chief. 

Co'. Jabez W. Huntineton? „. , 1/y n . * 
Col. Oliver S. Wolcott \ ^^de-Camp. 

Ilia Honor 
DAVID. PLAN l', Lieutenant General. 
Major Solomon Porter ) «. , V. Cn . 

Major Samuel H. Huntington \ fi***? Cam P' 

Major General George Cowles, Adjutant General 
Colonel Michael Olcott, Quarter Master General. 
Colonel James Ward, Commissary General. 
Major Hezekiah Goddard, Paymaster General. 



GUARDS. 

ist Company. Charles Wells, Major Commandant. 
foot. Horace Hayes,. Captain and 1st Lieut 

George Putnam, 2d Lieut. 
William Hudson, 3d Lieut. 
Samuel W. Mills, 4th Lieut 
Zenas Brace, Ensign. 

JUt CtHnp&hy* James T. Pratt, Major Commandant. 
borse. Stephen P, Keyes, 1st Lieot. 

George Church, 2d do 
James Goodwin jr Cornet. 
James Jiennet, Quartermaster Sergeant- 

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2d Company, William W. Board man, Major Commd't 
foot, Leverett Candee, Captain and 1st Lieut. 

Eli W. Blake. 2d Lie«t 

James E Hotchki3s, 3d do. 

John Merriman, 4th do. 

Joseph Fairchild, Ensign. 
Zd Company, Joshua Barnes, Jr. Major Commandant- 
horse. * Byard Barnes, Captain and 1st Lfeut 

Jared Barnes jr 2d do, 

James M. Ford,C«rnet. 

Calvin Dovvnes, Quartermaster. 



INFANTRY. 
FIRST DIVISION. 

Consisting of the first and second Brigades. 
Vacant, Major General. 
Lieut- Col. Samuel Deming, Division Inspector. 
Major James Cowles, Division Quartermaster. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 1st, 6th, i4th and 5 7th regiments Infantry 

and 1st and 4th regiments Cavalry. 

„Ez,ra Adams, jr. esq. Brigadier General, 

Daniel P. Hopkins, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

William W. Tudor, Brigade Quartermaster. 

Elizur D.Adams. Aid.de. Camp. 

First Regiment. 

Richard Nites, Colonel. 

William ayden Lieutenant Colonel, 

>^muel L. Pitkin, Major. 

James Sheldon, adjutant. Horace tf. Sill, quartermaster. 

Hezekiah Huntington jr. paymaster. Thomas Robbins, 

chaplain. Charles Woodward, surgeon. S. W. Brown, 

surgeon's mate. Cicero Phelps, sergeant major. DeForest 

Manace. quartermaster sergeant. Lathrop Chapman, fife 

majtr. David Hills, drum do. ; m 



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Captains. T. C. Perkins, A. P. Wads worth, HezekiaH 
Gaylord. Curtiss Skinner, Sair.uel Williams, Chauncey 
Uryant, Rifclad Rowley, Harvey Holkins, Vacant 

Lieutenants. Julius Cat tin, A. S. Stiltmanu If. O. King, 
Eljsha R»8ley,Erli Pitkin, Hiram Roberts, J. B. Chapman, 
Dry den Holeomb. 

Ensigns Normand Lyman, Timothy W illiams, Oliver 
W. Mills. Francis Stoughton, Charles Forbes, Russell El- 
dridge. Nelson Fuller, Charles Clark, Marcu* Griswold. 
Flank Companies 

Captains, Alva Blodget, Charles Barnard- 

Lieutenants Hiram Strong, Nathaniel Woodhouse. 

Ensigns, Buckley P, Barber, Wrn. Seymour, 
Rifle Companies 

Captains. Levi Wells, Thomas Roberts, Grove HollisCer 
.Lieutenants. Lemuel Crane, Elisha Harrington, Joseph 
//oiise 

Ensigns. Eli Gillett, John P. Jones, George Hunt. 

Sixth Regiment. 

Ozias Camp. Colonel. v 

John C.Pratt, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Sylvester Blish, Major. 

T.B.Ransom, Adjutant. Philip Sttilew, quartermaster. 
Win. H.Fisk, paymaster. Walter Colt on, chaplain Henry 
Holmes, surgeon, Giles VI. Boardman, surgeon's mate. 
Alfred Camp, sergeant ma/or. Sidney Smith, quartermas- 
ter sergeant. Joseph Wilcox, drum major. George Lewis, 
file do. 

Captains. Levi Coe, Jedediah Johnson, Jared Wellj, 
Elijah Keach, John O. Hajden, William Bowers, Thomas 
Danforth, J Loveiand, Lysis Lamb, Chauncey Goodaie. 

Lieutenants. Alfred Bally, Buckley vVhitmore, George 
Hail. Levi B. Churchill, Israel Baily, Levius Wifcox, Wal- 
ter W*. - jBuekley, Howel W. Brown, Chester Kelsey, Wil- 
liam White. 

Ensigns. Benjamin Cook, ElishaSeers^ Gideon Wells, 
Jacob (iriswold, J, W. Hubbard, JBfethuel Roberts, James 
Robbins, Howel T. Horton, Vacant, Arnold Carey, 



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FJcnk Company. 

Captain. .Tames Goodrich. 

Lieutenant. J. AV. Griswold. 

Ensign. Ralph Wells, 

7??;?/? Companies. 

Captains. James Tibbalb, David Williams, Ames. Aiif, 
iej% Henry Strong. 

Lieutenants. L Kelsey Samuel Wilcox,Ebenezer Post 
Perez Sturtevant 

Emigm. P. Darrow, John Penfie Id, Harry Smith , No- 
ih Robinson. 

Fourteenth Regiment* 

Chester Granniss, Colonel. 
Solomon T. Flagg, Lieut. Colonel. 
Francis Hart. Major. 

Roswell More, jr. adj. Thomas i?race, quarter master 
Lorenzo P Lee, Pay Master. Jonathan Cone, Chaplain , 
Julius S. Barnes, surgeon. Vacant surgeon's mate. 
Julius Stanley jr sergeant major. Eli Moore, quartermas- 
ter sergeant. Ebenezer Bevans, fife major. Leonard Win* 
ship, drum major. 

Captains. Edward Tillotson, Cyprian Goodrich, Nor* 
man Bart, Roll in Atkins, William Barnes, Childs Goodman, 
Jesse San ford, Ambrose Mart. 

Lieutenants. Elijah O. Gridley, John Lee, George W. 
Southard, Titus M. Roberts, Amos U rod ley, Timothv 
Woodrutf, Zerah WoodfoiM, Truman Smith. 

Ensigns. James W. Cowle3. Seth Hooker, George Fran- 
cis, Josiah Reed, Jame3 Andrews, John Flagg, Stanley 
Day, Daniel Griffin. 

Flank Companies 

Captains. John II. Cooke, Alva Newell. 

Lieutenants Erasius Scott, Roswell More J 

Ensigns. Sidney Woodruff, Carlos Corliss 1 
Rifle Company. 

Captain. William Marks 

Lieutenant. Joseph S. Pec'; 

Ensign. Sheldon Sperry. 



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Seventeenth Regimen!. 

Isaac Phelps, Colonel. 

James Cornish, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Orson P. Phelps. Major. 

George C. Owen, Adjutant. William C. Gay, Faymas. 
tcrl Allen McLean, Chaplain. Joseph F. Jewett, Surg 
eon* Guy R Phelps, Surgeon's Mate. Alonzo Phelps, 
Sergeant Major. Leverett B. Norriss, Q M. Sergeant. — 
Qrrin Kendall, Drum Major. Almond Gillet, Fife Major 

Captains, Virgil Pettibone, 41fred Sikes, Shubael S. 
Hoskins, Charles T. Hillyer, Luther Higby, Julius G. 
Sheldon, Elam Kendall, Daniel B. Holcomb, ChaunceyMo- 
ses. 

Lieutenants. Obed Higley, Alfred Austin, Moses En- 
sign, Virgil Cornish, Vacant. Artemas King, Justin Hayes, 
Hiram Campbell, Ansel Humphrey. 

Ensigns. Horace Fuller, Warren Lewi9,William Mitch- 
elson, Lot Pinney, Vacant Horace Phelp3, Ansel N. HolV 
yomb, George Viats, Chester Moses. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains. William Fuller, Roland Hayes. 

Lieutenants. Hanry Wright, Chester Haye?. 

Qnsign?. William H. Owen, Willy* Clemans. 

First Regiment Cavalry, 

Samuel Belcher, Colonel. 

Miles Foot, Major. 

Alfred Holt, Adjutant. Martin Pease, Q. Master, E.oe • 
•nezer Pinney, Paymaster Nathaniel S. VYheaton, Chap- 
lain. John Chubbiek, surgeon. Edwajrd P Terry, surg. 
eon's mate. Elhha Peck, tergeant major. William IshanV 
Q. master sergeant, Betliuel Gillet. trumpet major. 

First Company Harlow Case, captain, John P. Tyler, 
first lieutenant. Oliver C. Phelps, 6econd lieutenant. J\ 
JlcNeal, cornet. 

Second Company. Robert Thompson, captain. Fred- 
gcick Marsh, firat lieutenant. Asahei C. Stiles, second lifili 
tenant. AbnerL. Reed, cornet. 

Third Company. Orrin Holt,captain. Lyman ColhBrhj 
£f§t lieutenant. Vacant. Chauncey Paul, coraeU 



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Fourth Company. Jeremy Bliss, captain. Jonathan 
Clark, first lieutenant. Vacant. Eleazar Pinaev, jr. Cor" 
net. 

Fourth Regiment Cavalry. 

Sidney Wadsworth, Colonel. 
$$h\ Hart, Major. 

Noah W. Stanley, \<;jutant Vacant quarter master- 
Samuel D. Hubbard, pay master. David L. Ogden, Chap- 
lain, Zephaiiiah Swift, surgeon. Vacant, surgeon's 
mate. Ebenezer M. Cow ies sergeant major. Willis W{\. 
Cos, qr master sergeant , trumpet major. 

First Company it ie hard B. Bailey, captain. Stephen 
Mildrum, first lieutenant. Elihu Piumb,second lieutenant. 

an M. Bacon, cornet. 

Second Company. Urbaa Woodruff, captain. A. II. 
Woodruff, first lieutenant. William Rich, second lieuten- 
ant. George Gri^ley^ cornet. 

Third Company. " Chauncey Howe, captain. Enoch 
Cornweli, first lieutenant. Chauncey Porter, second lieu- 
tenant. Itezin G. Jones, Cornet. 

Foiirth Company. Benjamin Hopkins, captain. John 
Ellis, first lieutenant. Olcott Cheney, second Lieutenant. 
Gurdon Wells, Cornet. 



SECOND BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 2d, 7tb, lOtb and 22d, Regiments Infantry, 

Dennis Kimberly, esq. Brigadier General. 

George Spalding, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

\ William M. Smkh, BrigadeQuartermaster. 

Vacant, Aid-decamp. 

Second .legiment 

Wyllis A. Hemmingway, colonel. 

Vacant, lieutenant colonel. 

Samuel Potter, major. 

R„ Itowe, adjutant. Isaac R. Townseud, quartermaster. 

Avery C. Babcock, Paymaster. Stephen Dodd, chaplain* 



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Josiah L. Colburn, surgeon. Charles Hooker, surgeon's 
wale. Francis T, .larman, sergeant major. Cyrus Man- 
vill, quartermaster sergeant. Jesse S. Pardee, drum ma- 
jor. Albert Allen, fife major. 

Captains. Rirdsey Brooks, Nathan Gunn, Vacant, 
Samuel Sherwood, Wyllys Hemmingw ay, Vacant, Amos 
Thomas. 

Lieutenants. George Rowland, John L. Lambert, Va- 
cant, Vacant, Ruel Andrews, Daniel L. Iiolbrook, Mark 
Sperry. 

Ensigns. Nathan C. Munson, David Camp, vacant, 
Vacant, John Keioingway, Vacant, Garret Smith, E. P 
Barker. 

Flmnk Companies. 

Captains. Curtiss Summers, Vacant, 

Lieutenants. Alfred Mallet, Charles Nichols. 

Ensigns. William Fowler, Charles B. Whittlesey. 
Rifle Company. 

Captain. Vacant. 

Lieutenant. Calvin Beach* 

Ensgn. Isaac F. Sperry. 

Seventh Regiment. 
A aron Bushnell Colonel. 
Selden Huntington, lieutenant Colonel. 
Robert C. Peters, Major. 
William R Olark, adjutant. Reuben Stannard, quarter- 
master, Ambrose Webb, paymaster. Sylvester Selden, 
chaplain* Reynolds Webb, Jr. surgeon. — Mather, 
surgeon v s mate. Edward Sanford, sergeant major. Va- 
thaniel C. Sanford, quartermaster sergeant. Aaron Stev- 
ans, drum major. N. Sanford, fife do. 

Captains. John Bushnell 2d , George R. BaiIey,Vacant, 
Ambrose W. Post, Merrit Kelsey, Noah Shipman, Stephen 
Johnson. 

Lieutenants. John L. Whittlesey, Daniel M. Tyler,Da- 
vid P. Kelsey, Sidney Bushnell, William H. Lay, Giles O. 
Clarke, Selden Gladwin. 

Ensigns. Vacant, Davis T. Shaler, Jesse Parmelee,Joel 
JV1. Pratt, Charles L'Hommedieu, Charles Daniels, Asahel 
Bonefoy. 



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Flank Companies. 
CjiptaitiS. Martin Griswold, Chauncey Child* 
Lieutenants. B. B. Elderfcin, Selden Skinner. 
Ensigns. Nathan Lane, Giles Brainard. 

Rijie Company. 
Captain, Noah P. Post. 
Lieutenant. Hart L. Murray. 
Ensign. Asa P. Williams. 

Tenth Regiment. 

Walter Booth, colonel. 

George A. Foote, lieutenant colonel. 

Vacant, Major. 

Timothy W. Baldwin, Adjutant. Henry Sera n ton, 
quartermaster. Philo Hall, paymaster. Charles J Bins. 
dale, chapla n. Joel Ganfiefd, surgeon. Willoughby L 
Lay, surgeon's mate. Howell Merriman, sergeant major 
William Evarts,quarterraaster sergeant. Edward T h©mp 
son, fife major. John C. Smith, drum, do. 

Captains. George Bartlett, Joel Curtiss, Joseph Good, 
rich, Harvey Smitk, Ichabod L. Scranton, Levi Rose -Jim. 
Richard Fowler,Janves M. Bertoa, Vacant, Gaylord New- 
ton. 

Lieutenants. Russe! Benton, Leander Parme!ee,Samue! 
llussel, Eliada Sanford, Orrin H Doud, Walter R. Foote. 
Uenjamin Rossiter, William Field, William Brooks, Alex- 
ander JVL G. Elliott 

Bnsiq-ns. Dennis Robinson, Vacant, Eber Bleach, AT* 
feed. Thorp, Frederick L. Wheaton, George Rose, Abra- 
ham. Goan 2d, Augustus Bishop, Vacant, Charles Mil- 
lcfc 

Flank Company. 

Captain. Joel Rice. 

Lieutenant. Samuel Williams. 

<fi2?i$(g7*. Ward Johnson. 

Twenty-second Regiment. 

Moses Pond, Coltnel. 

John Faster, Lieutenant Colon e*. 



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Alvin Sperry, Major. 
David Hayden, jr. ad/utant', Frederick A. White, quar-. 
ler master, Edwin R Yale, pay master, Alphcus Gear, chap- 
lain, John D. Mears, surgeon, Henry Hitchcock, surgeon's 
mate,Ezra Dickerman, sergeant major, Lucius Tattle, quar 
ler master serj. Charles Leonard, drum major, Lilian 
JUdd, fife mnjor. 

[No return of Company officers 

SECOND DIVISION' 

Consisting of the 3d and 5th Brigade?, 

■\mariah K&be, jr Esq. Major General, 

Major Ebenezer Clark > A . , d c 

Major Josiah B. Turner, \ " 

Lieut. 1 Col. George L. Perkins Division Inspector. 

Major Wm, P< Cteaveland, jr. Division Quarter Master. 

THIRD BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 3d, Sth, lSth and c 20th Regiment', 
Nathan Pendleton, Esq. I?rigadier General. 
Nathan S. Pendleton, /Mgade Major iS Inspector* 
Horatio N Tracy, Brigade Quartermaster. 
Npyes Billings, Aid de*Camp. 

Third Regiment. 
Sylvester Cbarapion, Colonel. 
Zebulon Brockway, Lieut Colonel, 
John VV. Havghton, Major. 
Stephen J. Lord, adjutau-., Lathrop Rockwell, chaplain, 
Tiichard L. Lord, Quartermaster, Nath'l M. Waite, Pay- 
master, Abel T. Sizer, surgetn, Samuel H. P. Lee, jtv 
Surgeon's mate, John Danrorth, serj. major, Joseph Cone,. 
Quartermaster serj't, Anson Ackley, drum major, Henry 
C Bishop, fife major. 

Captains. Thomas L. Fox, Henry Mather. Joshua Ba- 
ker, James L. Strickland, Roswell Caulkins, John G. Joyfo 
y& Seth E. Lathrop, Gurdon T, Chapel. 



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Lieutenants . Richard Rogers, Vacant, Lyman Minard 
Jason Beckwith, Hiram CaveVley Clement Posdick, Chris, 
topher K- Minard, John i?ush. 

Ensigns. Ja?on A. Rogers, Benjamin Billings jr. Joseph 
h. Chapr.ian, David Beckwith, John M. Latimer, Ezra 
Brock way, Enos Gates, Robert Fargo, jr. 
Flank Companies, 

Captains. L} r man Ahyri, Lemuel Dickinson 

Lieutenants. Stanley G, Trott, Henry Winer. 

Ensigns. VVm. W. killings, W» odward Marsh jr. 

Eighth Regiment. 

Joseph D. Mason, < oionel. 

George Aver, Ztieufenant Colonel. 

tizra Hewett, .Yi jor. 

George W. Neyes, adjutant. Ira Hart, chaplain, John H, 
Browning, quartermaster, Nehemiah Mason, paymaster, 
Wm. Hyde, surgeon, Thomas P- Wattles, surg. mate, 
Gurdon Hewitt, serft major, Samuel B. Wheeler, quarter 
master Serjeant, Noyes Holmes, drum major, Samuel A. 
Newton, fife major, '. 

Captains. Feleg Hancock, Asa P. Edgcomb, Latham 
H. Browning, Henry Galiup, Isaac W. Geer, John 
Breed, Dudley R. V^heeler Thomas Wilcox. 

Lieutenants. Giles C Smith, Hadley Fish, Isaac P. 
Langworthy, Vaea«it, Ebenezer Ga!lup. Pitts ®. Prink, 
Prank H. YVheeSer, Wm. S. Williams. 

Ensigns, John D. Smith. Henry Halsey, Charles P- 
Browning, Joseph Wyler, Jefferson Lamb, Ben;. F. Pen« 
dleton, Giles Brown, Alden Palmer. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains. Elisha Morgan, Ailen Weeeler. 

Lieutenants. Edwin Chester, James Loomis. 

Ensigns. Samuel Mox ley, Charles W. Thompson, 
Rifle Companies, 

Captain Samuel W. Wood. 

Lieutenant. Latham Gray, 

Ensign. Joshua Whitney. 



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Eighteenth Regiment. 

Asa Hoa!.!i, Colonel. 

Joseph rUcJen Lieut Colonel. 

Benjamin L'Hnmraedicu, Major. 

Wm. L'Hommedieu, Adjutant. David N T . Benlley, chap 

lain, Frederick Prentice quartermaster, George Bi Kip ley 

paymaster, Wm P Raton, surgeon, Wm. S, Tyler, surg- 

mate, Joseph B Palmer Serjeant major, Henry Jevvcti 

q uartermaster serjeant, Asa Manning, drum major, Jo. 

seph G. Lamb, fife do 

Caff tains. Samuel lingers, John R; Crary, Henry Fow- 
ler, William L-dd, {Squire C.Cookj Joseph R. Hubbard 
Cyrus Panner.Wm Crocker. 

Lieutenants. John Dunham, Vacant, John C, Randall, 
Lee Armstrong, Vacant, Joshua Burnham, Geo. G id dings 
Ezra //yde. 

Ensigns. — — Bushnel, Vacant, Vacant, Oliver Tra 
cy Jr. Samuel Cook, Ebenezer bishop, Samuel Sims,Clavk 
Hough, 

Flank Companies. 
« Captains James Roath, Chester Fuller. 
Lieutenants. Isaac Miner, Henry R, Williams. 
Ensigns* Daniel Wi her Jr Jem a Wattles, 

ltifie Companies. 
Captains. Ezra B, Smith. Asa Child. 
Lieutenant a. Joseph Leonard Jr. Wm Smith. 
Ensigns, Lester Hyde, jv. Vacant. 

Tioeniieih Regiment. 

Elisha Covill, Colonel. 

John T Peters, Lieut. Colon el 

Wm W. Campbell, Major. 

G. B. Smith, ad/utant. Parsons, Chaplain. Chas. 

J. Cooley quartermaster, Diodate Usher, paymaster. 
——Parsons, surgeon. Roswell Kingsbury, surg. mate. 
Thomas Ed\ly, er/eatot major, Daniel Russel quartermas* 
ter sery'eant^ 
Captains. Calvin C. Mack, Benjamin L. Trumbull, 

11, M. Selden, Cyrus Phelps, Gates, David Foot,liar- 

yey Arnold, E. C. Gear, David Cornwall. 



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Lieutenants. Socrates Chester, Olivet B. Randall/The™ 
Odore H; Arnold, Augustus .glish, M. W. Hutchinson, A. C fL 
Amnions, A., B. Kel/ogg, Alonzo W. Birere, Hiram A 
Pemfieid, & 

ISnfgns. Timothy Holmes, Albert B. Isham, Elias 

SeJden,Os*den Lane, James Strickland, JV1 B, Warner, D 

B< Niles, Wm. H, Haughton, Charles H. Shepard. 

Flank Companies* 

Capta'ma Vacant, Nathan Srailh, 

TAeutenants Henry Sherwood, Wm Latham Jr, i ] 

£tt$igns. Levi Mitchell, f&idau Marsh 
li[/ie Company. 

Captain* Vacant. 

Ueulenant. Christopher F. Day. 

Entign. Amos Latham. 



FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 5tb. llth, <9u>and 23d Regiments-Infantry* 

and 2d Regiment Cavalry. 

Andrew Wells, esq. Brigadier General. 

■■■■■ — Bissel, Akl.de'Camp. 

Asa May, Brigade Major* 

Horace Gaylord, Br^de Quartermaster. 

Fifth Regiment. 

Eraslus Lester, colonel. 

Samuel S. Moseiey, lieut colonel. 

Waterman Clark, major. 

Edwin Newbury, adjutant. Orrio Fowler, chaplain.- — 

Morey Burgess, surgeon. ■■ Storrs, quartermaster.— 

Eleazar Litchfield, surgeon's mate. Daniel Burgess, pa)r 

: jnaster. William Andrews, sergeant major. Dan, Wheel? 

Sr quartermaster sergeant. Parker Brown, drum major. 

John H. Wiliard,fifedo. 

Captains. John Gallup, Harris Arnold, Chauncey I\ 
Cleaveland, Hezekiah M. Baker, Joseph Bond, BenjfUnlk. 
I'jJrry, John Day, Jr, Benjamin Crarey. 



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Lieutenant* Christopher Hall, Parker Hill, Jo$e,pli 
ister Jr. Thomas Webb, Lucius Carter,Eliphalet Young T 
jrbert Williams, Rufus W. Kennedy. 
Ensigns. Oliver S. Kinyon, Warren G. Polter, F.d- 
and Cummings, Benjamin Hovey, William Dyer,Tirdotfo/ 
Perry, Edward Fogg, Aaron A. Crarey. 

Flank Companies. 
Captains. Benjamin Bacon. Harvey Clark. \ 

Lieutenants* Albert M, Adams, Andrew M". LHe'h 
M, 
Enstgus. Jabea*Adani8,. Anson Fox- 

R\fle Company, 
Captain. George Cady 
Lieutenant. Samael Hutchens. 
Ensign. Marvin Robinson. 

Eleventh Regiment. 

William Alexander, colonel. 

Calvin Day, lieutenant colonel. 
JameR Lyon, major. 
George Warrem adjutant. Abiel May, paymaster.—- 
eorge Danielson, quartermaster, lloswell Whitman, 
laplain. Daniel Lyman, surgeon. Thomas Hubbard, 
n surgconVmate. Hosea R. Houghton, quartermaster 
jrgeant. Calvin Leffingwell, sergeant major. Li ads 
owbridge,drum major. Libras Washburn fife do. 
jCaptayns. Joseph M. Pe^rin, Asa Lyman, Dan Cutler, 
isha Danielson, George Goodali, Joseph Benson, An- 
i\v A. Williams, Charles Crawford, Jonathan Skinner. 
Lieutenants. Peter Chandler, Joseph Lyman, Otis 
sto, Warren Stevans, Asa Lvon, Lemuel Bisby, Mose? 
tandler, Moses C Sessions, Frederick Larned. 
Ensigns. Henry S. Sweting, Vloses Lvon, Elisha Leav- 
, Jonathan Dexter, Chandler TJriggs, Augustus Bixbey, 
»u Chambexiin, Eleazur Corbin, George Nichols. 

Flank Companies . 
'aptaxns. Abel Corbin, Thomas Ormsby, George Wil- 

bS. 

Aentenants. John Works, Halsev Bixbey, Israel Og. 
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Ensigns. Ezra D. Works, Alvin Copeland, G. Starrs, 

Rifle Compan i es . 
Captains. Ra'ph James, John J- Greene. 
Lieutenants. John Richmond, Stephen Crosby. 
Ensigns, Septimus Davison, Joseph I Greene. 

J\ineiee?ilh Regiment. 
Robert M. Abbe, colonel. 
Carlos Chapman, lieutenant colonel. 
Nathaniel O. Kellogg:, major. 
John Cooterjr. adjutant.- Rofus G Pin*ey,quartermas« 
ter. Ansel Nash, Chaplain. Joseph B. Pitkin, paymas- 
ter. Charles S.Thompson,surgeon- Gi'bert Ailen,serg- 
eant ma/or. Z. Alden, quartermaster sergeant. William 
Moore drum »n?tjor. diaries Morgan fife do. 

Captams. Vacant, George A, Howard O ren Pomroy 
Alfred Thrasher, Cyrus Russell Sanford Martin Harry 
W 4 Miner l muel Cushman. 

JLSeutenants, Harman Terry Gordon Isham Asa Fuller 
Parley Converse Horace Sikes Martin McKinney Allen 
Hammond ftphrasm Diramock. 

Ensigns. Jonathan. Case Jr. .Sherman Chapman Va-i, 
cant Warren Orcutt Gams Wood Chester Chapman San* 
lord Grant Philip Orcutt. 

Flank Companies. 
Captains. Jabez King Jr. Daniel Blodgett Vacant. 
\ 'lieutenants. Asa Wei ton Horace Orcutt Samuel Kings- 
buiy. 

Ensigns* Eiam Allen Jam^s Francis Sanford Stan- 
ley. 

Twenty third Reg burnt , 

Chester Daggett, Colonel. 

Amos Hugbee, Lieut, Col* 

Armin. Holies, Major, 

E.ber Dunham adjutant. Stanley White, quartermaster. 

Origin Storrs, paymaster, Chauncey {-;<>oth, chaplain. 

Grren Hunt, Surgeon. Oliver R, Isham, surg. mate 

Samuel B. Daggett, sergeant major. David Keyes 2d 



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quartermaster ser/. A. Barrett, Drum major. Mason Mor- 
gan Fife major. 

Captains Erastus Smith Edward O. Huntington Al- 
pheus Kingsley William Bunt Joshua rl. N'l.-s, Eleazer 
Loomis Vacant John W. Squire Thomas H 

JAeutena?its t Vacant David Bnbcoete Harms Khigaly 
Koyal S. White Otis Dmimock Vac.tnt He >ry Work jr. 
AsaParnham S. Burnham, 

Ensigns. Shepard Stearns John C. Hose Ben/, Harts- 
horn Akien Isham V r aeant Calvin Daggett Henry Gurtiss 
jr. Vacant Marvin Richardson. 

Flank bampames. 

Captains. Jesse Spafford Samuel Collins. 
Lieutenant*. Joseph Conant Calvin Whiinev. 

Ensigns. Darius Dexter "Danforth llichmoa ;. 
ll'lfte Company, 

Captain. Harvey Kingsbury. 

Lieutenant . Erastus Talcotl. I 

Ens-gv, Eleazar L. Pitkin. 

Second Regiment Cavalry. 

John C. '-toward, Colonel. 

John Kind all, ! I i/of. 

Joseph F, Keyes, Adjutant. Jeremiah Mason, quarter 
master. Charles Grovesnor, Paymaster. Philo Judson, 
Chaplain. Hussel Hubi>ard,Surgeon. Ebenezer Devotion 
surgeon's mate. Chester Child, serjeant major, Sanmel 
P. Su miner, quartermaster sergeant. Nathaniel Hodskins 
Tiurwpet Major. 

First Company. Jona. Gurley, Captain. Gurdon Searls 
1st Lieutenant. William A. Lathrop, «d do. Z. iiicknell, 
Cornet. 

Second Company t .Benjamin Smith., Captain. Henry 
\ngel, 1st Lieutenant. Uriah C, Prime, &1 do. Isaac 
Ballup, Cornet 

Third Company. Salmon L. Williams, Captain. Amos 
Fowler, 2d, 1st Lieut. Erastus Hutchinson, 2d. do.. Hiram 
Sumner, Cornet 

Fourth Company, Lorin Brown, Captain. Malthe-\y 
prawn, 1st Lieut. Royal S. Watson, 2U do. John \V 
Chandler, Cornet. 



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THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the fourth end sixth Brigades.. 

Morris Woodruff, esq. Major General. 
Major John Wolcott / a . , , /f .,- 
Major David C. Sanfordf M^rOmf; 
Lieut. Cutonel William S. Hollabird, Division Inspector 
Vacant, Division Quartermaster. 

FOURTH BRIGADE, 

Comprising the 4th 9lh 15th and 24th regiments 1 nftn.tr/ 

and 5th regiment Cavalry. 

Eli L. Hawley esq. Brigadier General. 

Charles Jessup, Brigade Major anil Inspector. 

Sherwood Sterling, Brigade Quartermaster. 

Hanford Lyon, Atd-de-Camp. 

Fourth Regiment. 

Henry Sherwood, Colonel. 

Wm. Richards, Lieut. Colonel. 

Charles DeForest, Major. 

George A- Mills adjutant. Moses A. Sherwood quar 

termaster. George Wells sergeant major. Lucius Woos- 

lei* quartermaster sergeant. Vacant chaplain. Vacant 

Mirgeon. Vacant surgeon's mate. 

Captains Charles W.Thorpe Eliakim Hough Charies 
Wakeman Lyman Baldwin Morris Alvord Edward 
Johnson Preston B. Warner Vacant. 

Lieutenants. Morris Wakeman John N. Andrews 
Nathaniel L. Hill Samuel B. Ferguson Simon Sherwood 
Vacant Summers Crofat Vacant. 

Ens\gns. Isaac Beers, Walker Curtiss Ebenezer Dis- 
hrow Alpha Carrier Sturges Morehouse Robert H. Love- 
joy Ephraim Woostcr Vacant. 

Flank Gompames. 
Captains. David Way land Charles Perry Vacant. 
JAeutenanl* . Anson Wakelee Vacant Philo Andrews 
J$n§\q-ns. Ephraim Edwards Munson Gray Isaac Sher- 
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Itlfte Company, 
Captain , David Leavenworth. 
Lieutenant. Ezra 9. Parmelee. 
Ensign. John L. Nichols. 

Ninth Regiment. 
Charles Hurlbutt, Colonel. 
Henry K. Selleck, Lieut. Colonel. 
Drake Mead, Major. 
Nelson Adams, adjutant. Edwin Hurlbut, paymaster. 
Charles W. Taylor, surgeon. Samuel Smith, sergeant 
major. Burr Keeler, quartermaster. Reuben Sherwood, 
chaplain. Vacant surgeon's mate. Zalmon Adams, quar* 
master sergeant. Jonathan Beers, drum major. George 
Hoy V fife major. 

Captains. Joseph Selleck, Vacant, Charles JeluT, Cha's 
Eversly, Thomas A. Mead, Vacant, David Banks jr. 
Harvey Scofield. 

Lieutenants. Morehouse Adams, Vacant, Ezra Knapp, 
Chad wick Kinner, Zalmon Miner, David S. Mather, Hr^- 
ram Ferris, Samuel Dean, jr 

Ensigns. Thomas P, Dixon, Gideon Ferris, Frederick 
Moore. Danitl Hanford, William Bush, Isaac Northrop, 
Luke Holmes, Vacant. 

Flank Companies. * 

Captains. Wo. If. Holly, Israel Peck, Harry E. Hoyt 
Lieutenants. Daniel Scott, Henry Mead, James B.Eells. 
Ensigns. Vacant, Gilbert P.Finch, Stephen T. Brewers 

Fifteenth Regiment 
John L. Andrews, Colonel*, 
Reuben Blackman, Lieut. Colonel. 
A. H. Stewart, Ma/or. 
Timothy B. Hickok, adjutant. Augustus Hoyt, quar- 
termaster. Henry Burrill, paymaster Nathaniel H. 
Wildman. sergeant major. John G. Lowe, chaplain. 
Kussel B. .Botsford, surgeon. Levi S Knapp, quarter 
master sergeant. Charles Sherman, drum major, David 
Botsford, fife raa^'or. 

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Captains. David H. Boughton, Horace Warner, John 
Glover jr. Abram Stow, Amzi Rogers, David S. Dibble, 
Homer 8. Sherman. 

Lieutenants. Charles Ride, Albert N- Gaylord, Austin 
N. Botsford, Charles Dart, Lewis Beardsley, William B. 
Bristol, Orange Smith. 

Ensigns. Matthew L. #arber, John Buel, 'Waldo 
Clark, Russel Lacey, Vacant, Win. H. Lake, Curtiss Mor- 
ris. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains. Elijah Botsford, David Northrop jr. 

Lieutenants. Abel B. Terrill, Gerardus Hungeribrd. 

Ensigns, John Curtiss, Ephraim Hubbell. 

Tiventy Fourth Regiment. 

Phineas Chapman, Colonel. 
N. Keeler, Lieut. Colonel. 
Bradford Winton, Major- 
George B. Benjamin, adjutant- Andrew Comstock, 
quarter master. Chauncey Olmsted, paymaster. Wm. 
C. Niffin, chaplain. Vacant, surgeon. Vacant, surgeon's 
mate. Jared Hawley, sergeant major. Daniel Chapman, 
quartermaster sergeant. — Benton, drum major. — — » 
Olmsted, fife major. 

Captains, Isaac J. Gilbert, Georga Mead, Daniel S. 
Sanford, Stephen Hoytjr. Ephraim Lockwood, Vacant, 
Bradley Gould, David Sanford, George Middlebrook. 

Lieutenants. Vacant, Lewis Hyatt, Eli Malroy, Ste- 
phen Seward, Vacant, Ezra iJirchard, E. Gould, Moses 
Hills, William Sturges. 

Ensigns. Vacant, Isaac M. Sturges, Vacant, Vacant, 
Vacant, Vacant, Vacant. Vacant, Alfred Smith. 
Flank Companies. 
Captains. Stephen Jackson, Samuel Carter jr. Ira 
Baldwin. 

Lieutenants. Aaron Edmond, Harry Waterbury, Ezra 
Silliman. 

Ensigns % Curtiss Be Us, Zalmon Carter, Alva Greg] 
ory. 



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Fifth Regiment Cavalry. 

Hawley Morehouie, Colonel. 

Tertius D. Potter, Major. 

Samuel Brown, adjutant. Joel W. Northrop, quarter 
master. George Seeley, paymaster. Sturges Gilbert, 
chaplain. Ithiel Williams, surgeon, Frederick S. Wild- 
man, surgeon's mate. Solomon Bostwick, quarter mas- 
ter sergeant 

First Company. Nathan Beardsley, captain . Harmau 
Judson, 1st lieut. Vacant, 2d do. Sheldon Logan, cornet. 

Second Company. William P. Hoyt, captain. Hubbard 
Wildman 1st lieuU Starr Nichols, 2d do. Herman Dun- 
ning, cornet. 

Third Company. William Lockwood, captain. Vacant 
Istlieut. Herman Atwood, 2d do. Joseph N. Woodruff 
cornet. 

Fourth Company, Leverett Allen, capt. Simeon Ford, 
1st lieut. Heury Merwin, 2d do. Vacant, comet. 

SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 12th, 13th, 16 b, and 21st regiments In .. 

fantry, and 3d regiment Cavalry. 

Uriel Tuttle, esq. Brigadier General. 

Charles F Sedgwick, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

v. John H. Tattle, Brigade Quarter Master. ; 

Jason Whi^tvg, Aid de Camp 

Twelfth Regiment 
Chauncey Crafts, Colonel. 
Erastus Smith Lieut. Colone 
Charles Hicock, Major. 
John Marvin, adjutant. Alvin Hide, quarter master. 
Merril Hemingway, paymaster. Grove L.Brownell,chap- 
lain. Frederick B Woodward, surgeon. Roderick C. 
Steele, sergeant major. Frederic^ Parker, quartermas- 
ter sergeant. 

Captains. David C. Bacon, Charles C- Hinman, Sam- 
uel Jackson jr. David Buckingham jr. Ithiel Hickox, Eras- 
tus Reynolds, Charles Trowbridge, Leonard Brownson, 



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Lieutenants. Ransom Judson, Thomas Johnson* Joseph 
Ambler, Lucius B. Bradley, Seymour Morehouse, Chris- 
topher Allen, James Wakeiey, Larmon T Tewnsend. 

Ensigns. Abel Benedict, Vacant, Samuel S. Kasson 3 
Matthew D. Merriam, Sherman Holiister, Chester Arkly, 
Orrin Seward, Vacant. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains. R. H. Hotchkiss, Anson Bradley. 

lieutenants. Vacant, Russel Barlow. 

'Ensigns. Vacant, Samuel S- Barlow, 

Thirteenth Regiment 

Jared S Harrison, Colonel* 

John Isham, Lieut. Colonel. 

Seth Pierce, Major. 

Alexander H. Bolley, adjutant. Nathaniel Church jr. 

^quartermaster. Charles E. Ruasel, paymaster. Pitkin 

Cowles, chaplain. Elisha T. Sterling, sergeant major. Ja'a 

M. Johnston, quartermaster sergeant. Roswell Clark. 

drum major. Leonard Gibbs, fife major. 

Captains- Vacant, John Smith, Edmund Gay, Joshua 
W. Staunton, Anson Rogers, Henry Belden, Orville Ste* 
vens, SethB. St, John. 

Lieutenants. Vacant, Ezra Stone, Charles E. Perry, 
Noah S. Martin, Earl Johnson, Luther Dean, Mathaniel 
Senedict jr. John Parsons. 

Ensigns. Vacant, David Comstock, Zaccheus BisseU, 
Heman Sellick, £ber Cotton, Heman Howe, Henry S. 
Norton, Everett St. J ohn 

Flank Companies. 
Captains. Hiram Holcomb, Vacant, Darius I. Bound. 
Lieutenants. Leonard Lawrence, Phineas Baldwin, 
Frederick A King. 

Ensigns. David D. White, Rufus Payne jr. William 
Rockwell. 

Sixteenth Regiment. 

Miles Smith, Colonel. 

Tracy Marsh, Lieut. Colonel. 



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Frederick Buel, Major. 

Ralph G Camp* adjutant. Homer Sacket, quartermas- 
er. David Catlin, paymaster. Luther Hart, chaplain 
Samuel R. Childs, surgeon. Joel G. Candee, surgeon's 
mate. Henry Phelps, sergeant major. S. Bryon Smith, 
quarter master sergeant. Myron Osborn, drum major. 
David Jfooth, fife major. 

Captains. Daniel Baldwin, Peter M. Roberts, John- 
son Cleaveland, Elihu Barber jr. Charles Wright, Herman 
Baldwin, Anson Colt jr, Darius Webb, Noah B. Smith. 

Lieutenants. Norman Wilson, Amasa N.Chapin, Bird 
Nevias, Marcus MansilJ, Lorenzo Hart, Alanson Hall ; 
Vacant, Garry Morris, Vacant. 

Ensigns. Edwin B. Webster, Alexander Norton jr. 
Sheldon Uarber* Lorenzo Whetmore, Reuben M. Gibbs, 
Robin Sanford, Milo Burr, Abner Everett, George N. 
JSlakeslee. 

Flank Companies.^ 

Captains. Leonard Kinney, Horatio A. Norton, Levi 
Marsh. 

Lieutenants. Charles Jones, Erastus Merwin, Andrew 
Stoughton. 

Ensigns. Horace Gregory, Silas Humphrey, Jacob 
Blakeslee. 

Rifle Company. 

Captain. George Marsh. 

liieutenant. Daniel G Humphrey. 

Ensign. Heman W Childs. 

Ttventy First Regiment* 
Jasper Bid well, Colonel. 
Augustus Pease, Lieut, Colonel. 
Elisha Smith, Major 
Lambert Hitchcock, adjutant. Theodore Hinsdale, quar- 
termaster. Darius Phelps, paymaster. James Beach* 

chaplain, — : Welch, surgeon. . Case, surgeon's 

mate. Austin Ensign, sergeant major. BidweU, 

quartermaster sergeant. Vacant, drum major. Anson 
Wheeler, fife major, 
VtipWim* Rufus Curtis?, Lester Loomis, Frederick 



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Phelps, Matthew Allen, OrrinTibbals, Thomas D, Bos„ 
worth, Jason Sage, Amasa Mallory. 

Lieutenants. Thomas Watson, Wm. Silby, Galpin C. 
Bronson, Joel Alien, Halsey Stephens, Benson Coe, 
Giles Bass, Chester Soper. 

Ensigns, Vacant, Samuel T. Jones, Sylvester-——, 
Jehiel Case, Mark Bigelow, Eleazar Ensign, George Aus« 
tin, Samuel Addis. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains* Stephen B. French, Salmon Merrill. 

Lieutenants. San ford Allen, Joseph Wells. 

Ensigns. Reuben Pinney, Abiram Wilcox, 

Third Regiment Cavalry. 

Jannah B. Phelps, Colonel. 

Norman Kellogg, Major. 

Ezekiel Wordford, adjutant, Andrew Dimmock, quar- 
ter master. William Rockwell, paymaster. E.Goodman, 
chaplain . William O. Talcott, Surgeon. — Case, sur- 
geon's mate. Isaiah Hurlbut, sergeant ma,;or. Seth Ste- 
vens, quarter master sergeant. 

First Company. Samuel Bushnell, captain. Frederick 
Yale, 1st lieut. William Bushnell, 2d do. Lyman Page , 
cornet. 

Second Company. William Taylor, captain. John 
Hungerford, 1st lieut. Abner Loomis, 2d do. ■— - Hum- 
phrey, cornet. 

Third Company. Lester Newton, captain. H-Seymour 
1st lieut. N. Kinney, 2d do* CalTin Wildman, cornet. 

Fourth Company* Julius Alfred, captain. Chester C 
Gosiey, 1st lieut. J?hilo Morse jr. 2d da. ^Norman Cook 
cornet. 



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BRIGADE OF ARTILLERY. 



Comprising three regiments of Light Artillery ^ and three 
regiments oj Horse Artillery. 



Nathan Johnson, esq. Brigadier General. 

Horace W. Goodwin, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Vacant, Brigade Quartermaster, 

Peter Morton, Aid •de-Camp. 

First Regiment Light Artillery. 

Charles Coit, Colonel. 

George Spaffbrd, Lieut. Colonel. 

Thoma9 P. Trott, Major. 

A. H. Washburn, adjutant. Vacant, quartermaster. 
George Howe, paymaster. Cornelius B. Everest, chap- 
lain. v Chester Hunt, surgeon. James L. Kipley, surgeon's 
mate. Andrew B. Baldwin, sergeant major. John A. 
Leavens, quartermaster sergeant. William Weaver, fife 
major. 

Captains. "Vacant. William Smith Frederick Tyler, 
Robert Sharp, Vacant, Benjamin Underwood, James Smith 
Julius Clark, Jesse E. Paul, Joseph W. Stanton 

1st Lieutenants. Noah Chapman, Daniel Lathrop, J. 
G. Dabneyjlezekiah Edgerton,jr Asahel Rowland, Jere- 
miah Law, Elijah M. Safibrd, John ftl. Woodworth, Lu- 
cius Witter, Thomas Ash, jr. 

2d Lieutenants. Vacant- Stephen Remington, William 
Cogswell, Vacant, Marshfield S. Parker, Hezekiah Sabin, 
Samuel Webb. William W. Brewster, Jedediah P. Brown, 
Charles F. Williams. 

Second Regiment 

Ely \. Elliott, Colonel. 

Aurora Case, Lieut. Colonel. 

Solomon Olmste d, Major. 

Samuel Dodd, adjutant, Thomas Mygatt, pay ma ster 

William H. Lynde, quarter master, Hector F.Phel ps 



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qr. master, Joy H. Fairchild. chaplain, Richard Eils, suiv 
geon. Wyllys Woodruff, surgeon's mate. Elias Pratt, ser- 
geant major. Solomon Hosford, quartermaster sergeant. 
Orrin H. Lee, drum major. Wareham Fuller, fife major. 

Captains. Edwin P. Harrington, Reuben Hough, Orrin 
Webster, Jabez Southworth, Vacant, William II. Halle ck 
Henry Allen, Nathan Griswold, Thomas H. Sill. * 

1st Lieutenants. Charles H. Olmsted, Vacant, Allyn 
Goodwin, Samuel M. Tully, Roswell Brainard, William 
Mather ,;r. Amo3 Beach jr. Titus Coan, John Bill jr. 

2d Lieutenants. Matthew C Cad well, Eli/ah Porter, 
(3d lieut.) Elisha Manross, Jason L. Wolcott, Charles C. 
Conklin. David B. Ventres?, Anson Priest, R. Douglass^ 
Horace Redfield, John B. Southmsyd. 

Third Regiment. 

William Odd!, Colonel. 
Charles Foot, Lieut. Colonel. 
William Burwell, Major. 

M. A. Durand, adjutant. Henry Hotchkiss, quarter 
master, William B, Thomas, paymaster. H. Croswell, 
chaplain. Charles B. Foot, surgeon. \. S. Munson, sur- 
geon's mate. William S. Smith, sergeant major. E. F. 
Hazen, quarter master sergeant George D Hine, drum 
major. J. E. Corker, fife major. 

Captains. Ira Qregory, Peter C .Pixbee, Arazi Camp. 
Alexander Horrison, John Gunn, Clark Wooster, Rosweii 
Smith, Alvan Leete, Jonathan S. Wiicox. 

1st Lieutenants. Curtiss Wi'dman, Daniel B. 0?iatt, 
Asahel Dunning, Henry Hotchkiss, Erastus Loveridge, 
David Warner, Ira Hyde, Joel Griswold, Frederick W. 
Scran ton. 

2<i Lieutenats. R. 5. Bowden, Elias A Hall, Jonathan 
Camp jr. Horace R. Hotchkiss, Elias B. Bishop, (3d l:'eut.) 
Stanton Pendleton, (4th lieut.) William Moody, Hiram 
Warner, Smith Williams, Richard Fowler, Selah Lee. 



105 

First Regiment Horse Artillery. 

Philo Harrison, Colonel. 
Thomas -iubbard, Lieut. Colonel. 
Thaddeus Cook, Major. 
Constant Kirtland, adjutant. Miles M. Carrington, <\i\ 
master. Horace R. Hotchkiss, paymaster. A. King;, chap- 
lain. A. H. King, surg. Harry Hall, serg. major. Ralph 
Pratt, quartermaster sergeant. T. Russell, trumpet major. 
First Company. Eliakim Linsley, captain. Miner Fow „ 
ler, 1st lieut. Jesse Gilbert, 2d do. Charles M. Fowler, 3d 
do. Gibbs Gilbert, 4th do. John Russell, cornet. 

Second Company Vacant, captain* Watrous Ives 1st It. 
Sylvester Hull 2d do. Orrin Andrews, 3d do. Joel Hall* 
» 4th do Vacant, cornet. 

Third Company. Leverett Carrington, capta'n. Enoch 
Woodruff, 1st lieut. Charles Beriham, 2d do. Vacant, 3d 
do. Noyes Clark, 4th do. Watrous C. Wakeley, cornet. 
Fourth Company. [No return] 

Second Regiment. 

Pela Rtbbins, Colonel- 
Oliver Warner jr. Lieut. Colonel. 
Daniel D. Edgeiton, Major. 
Augustus Olmsted, adjutant Wm. 1). Ripley, quarter 
master. Thomas liobbins, paymaster. Wm. 14. Cogswell, 
surgeon. G. C. Lester, surgeon's mate. Asa Hartshorn, 
sergeant major. Jame3 S.Mttehel, quartermaster sergeant,, 
First Company. Brainard Calmer Lieut. Commandant. 
I Henry Bailey, 1st lieut. William Palmer jr. 2d do. Nelson 
C. Daniels 3d do. Josiah A. Chapman 4th do. John K. 
Tiffany, comet. 

Second Company . Elihu M. Kingsley, captain. Milton 
M. Perkins, 1st lieut ElUha C. Rogers 2d do. Moses Ro, 
gers 3d do. Marvin M. Fox, 4th do. Wra. Fitch, cornet. 

Third Company. Vacant, captain. Thomas Edwards, 
1 1st lieut. No return, 2d do. Bradford Ames, 3d do, John 
P. Babcock, 4th do, Daniel Grant, cornet, 



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Third Regiment. 

David Hills jr Colonel. 

James Henviel, Lieut. Colonel. 

James Scott, Major. 

Horace Hill, adjutant. George Wheeler, quartermaster 
Zalmon Knapp, paymaster, Ambrose 8. Todd, chaplain 
Elijah Middlebrook, surgeon. Stephen Middlebrook , sur, 
geon's mate* Wm. //. Mead, sergeant major. Sherwood* 
Staples, qaartermasler sergeant. : 

First Company, Christopher N. Sheiton, capt. Abel- 
Hall jr. 1st lieut. David Walker, 2d do. Alonzo Sherman, 
3d do. Elisha Grey, 4th do. Elisha E. Beardslee, cornet. 

Second Company. Vacant, captain. Joseph Siiiiman, 
1st lieut. John L. Siiiiman, 52d do. Samuel Scott 3d do. 
William Scott, 4th do, M unson Hoy t, cornet. 

Third Company, Wm Bulkiey, capt. Burr Sherwood, 
1st lieut. Ward Nichols, 2d do, Jonathan Andrews, 3d 
do. Joel B. Bulkiey, 4th do. William Bradley, cornet. 

Fourth Company. Silas Wood, captain. John Dean, 1st 
lieut. Darius K Scofield, 2d lieut. Joseph Weed, 3d lieut. 
Asa Knapp 4th lieut. Elihu Hayf, cornet. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES. 

COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 

Hartford. Rev. Joel Hawes ) f Bristol Jonathan Cone 



Joel £1. Linsley 
Vacant, 

Nathan Perkins, d» d. 
Ut. Rev. ThosC. Brown 
ell, D. J). LL, ». E 

Nath'i S. Wheaton E 

Vacant B 

John Bisbee U 

Berlin Koyal Robbias 
Henry Jones 
Samuel Good? ich 
Plurality E 

V acant B 



I Daniel Wiidman B 

Burlington— ] on*. Miller ) 

Erastus Clapp $ 

Ebene7.er Ball B 

Canton Vacant 

Isaac Kimball 2* 

East Hartford 

Joy H Fairchild 
East Windsor Thos.Robbins 

Shubael Bartlett 

George VV. Doane B 

Enfield Francis L Robbins 

JeremiakF. Bridges B 



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Farmmgten Noah Porter 


Marlborough. \ 




Bela Kellogg 




David B. Ripley 




Harvey Bushnell 




Plurality 




Glastenbury Vacant 




Simsbury. Allen Mc Lean 


Jacob Alien 




Ransom Warner 


E 


Nathan B. Burgess 


E 


Southlngton 




Hect©r Humphreys 


E 


David L. Ogden 




Jeremiah Stockman 


M 


Plurality 


B 


Granby. Isaac Porter 




Nuffield. 




Stephen Crosby 




Joel Mann 




Ransom Warner 


E 


Joseph Mix 




Vacant 


B 


Asahel Morse 


B 


Hartland Ammi Linslev* 


— - Fileo 


B 


Adolphns Ferry 




Wethers field 




Vacant 




Caleb J. Tenney 




Manchester, Enoch Burt 


Joab Brace 




Vacant 


B 


Calvin Chapin. D. D. 






1 


Windsor, Henry A Rowland 


■■ 


1 


John Bartlett 




COUNTY OF NEW HAVEN. 




New Haven 




Derby 




Leouard Bacon 




£ephaniah Swift 




Samuel Merwin 




Abner Smith 




Jeremiah Day, d d. ll. 


°i 


EphraimG. Swift 




Eleazur T. Fitch 


Stephen Jewitt 


IE 


Harry Croswell 


E 


East Haven 




Henry Lines 


B 


Stephen Dodd 




Benjamin M. Hill 


B 


Vacant 


E 


JSranford , 




Guilford 




Timothy P. Gillet 




Aaron Dutton 




Vacant 




Zabra VVhitmore 




Matthew Noyes 




David Baldwin 


E 


John M. Garfield 


B 


Alva B, Goldsmith 


B 


Cheshire 




Hamden 




Vacant 




Vacant 




— Bray 


1 Abraham Ailing 
E David Bradley 




* Asa Cornwell 




Reuben Ives 


E 


Wm, S. Potter 


IE 



108 



JWadimi 




Vacant 


i 


Samuel N„ Shepard 




Vacant 


E 


John Ely 




Southbury 




Meriden 




Noah Smith 




Charles J. Hinsdale 




Maltby Gelston 




Eleazer M. P. Wells 


E 


Wall'xng ford James Noy 


es 


Samuel Miller 


13 


James Keeler 


JB 


Middltbury, Mark Meae 


\ 


Seth Ewen 


B 


Jlliljord, -Sezalcei Pinneo 




Waterbury, Henry Benedict 


John Clark 




Alpheus Geer 


E 


JSorth Haven 




Jesse Frost 


B 


Wm. J. Boardman 




Samuel Potter 


B 


Plurality 


E 


Wolcott, Vacant 




Oxford, Vacant 


E 


Vacant 




Plurality 


E 


Jfoodbridq-e, Vacant 




Orange 




Joseph T, Clark 


E 


Stephen W. Stebbins 




Henry Lines 


B 


COUNTY OF NEW LONDON. 




New London 




Lisbon— Le?i Nelson 




Abel McEwen 




Andrew Lee d. d. 




Bethel Judd 


E 


Amos Reed 


B 


Vacant 


B 


Lyme — Lathrop Rockwell 


Newel Spalding 


M 


Josiah Hawes 




JBozrah— David Austin 




John R.St. John 




Vacant 


B 


Nathan Wild man 


B 


Colchester— Salmon Cone 




Vacant 


SC 


Vacant 




JM$ntville~ Vacant 




Franklin— Samuel Nott d 


D. 


Nathaiel Miner 


so 


Gr'mwo/d— -Horatio Waldo 


Benj.Goff 


B 


Seth Bliss 




Oliver Nelson 


B 


Vacant 


B 


Norwich— J»sephiStrong,Bl> 


Groton— Timothy Tuttle 




Alfred Mitchell 




John G. Wightman 


B 


Seth B. Paddock 


E 


Roswell fiunows 


B 


William Palmer 


B 


Lebanon— Edward Bull 




JSiorth StoningtoJi,*J , Ayer,jr 


Daniel Waldo 




Jonathan Miner 


B 


Erastus Ripley 


1 Asher Miner 


B 


psek Browa 


B 







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J>re$f<w— Jdhn Hydj 

Vacant 

— * Peek 

Levi Meecb 
Salem— Eli Hyde 

Robert Fargo 

Vacant 



B 



Stoningtim—lr* Hart 
Elihu Chesebrough 

Waterford 
Zadock Darrow > 
Francis Darrow { 
Lester Rogers 
Jona. Ames 



3 
B 
B 
B 



COUNTY OF 

Fairfield 

Nathaniel Hewitt 
Richard V. Dey 
Edward W, Hooker 
Wm. Shelton E 

Isaac Bronson B 

Bridgeport— Franklin Y. Vail 
Henry R. Judah E 

rookfield— Abner Brundage 
Benj. Benham E 

Banbury— John G. Lowe 
Lemuel B. Hnll E 

Josiah Dikeman U 

Eli Gregory, Sand, 
Levi Osborn 
Ira Stevens 
Benjamin Hoyt 
Nathan jBulkley B 

Geo. Benedict B 

Darien Ebenezer Piatt 

Greenwich Chas. F, Sutler 
Isaac Lewis jv. 
Piatt JSuftett 

Hunting ton,Thos. Punderson 
Menzies Rayner E 

iM.onroe % Vacant 

Plurality E 

ew Canaan, Wm. jBonney 



FAIRFIELD. 

Nathaniel D, Benedict JS 

Newtoion, Wm. Mitchell 

Daniel if urban s E 

John Sherman JK 

Norwalk, Sylvester Eaton *} 



Plurality 
«/Vew Fairfield 
Abraham O. Stansbury 



Reuben bherwood E 

Redding' 

Wm, G, Kniffen 

Lemuel B. Hull R 

Ridgefield 

Samuel M. Phelps 

Vacant 

Plurality E 

Sherman, Maltby Gels ton. 
Stamford, Daniel Smith 

Henry Fuller 

Ambrose S.Todd E 

Henry Halt* B 

John Ellis M 

Stratford, Joshua Leavitt 

Edward Rutledge E 

Trumbull, James Kent 

Vacant 

D. Peck B 

Weston, John Noyesi 

Nathaniel Freeman 

Russel Jennings B 

Wilton, Sylvanus Haight 
E Origen P. Holcomb E 

A, W. Whitney B 

3 Vacant £ 



no 



| COUNTY OF 

Ilrooklyn, Samuel J. May 

Ambrose Edson 

Ashbe! Steel E 

,9shford m Phi'o Juclson 

lieu ben Torrey 

Vacant 

Ezekiel Skinner B 

Amos 2/abcock B 

Canterbury, Israel G. Rose 

Thomas J. Murdock 

V r acant E 

Chaplm. Jared Andrews 

Eiias Sharpe QB 

Joshua Abbe CM 

Columbia, David Dickinson 
Hampton 

Daniel G. Sprague 

James ./fa roam C 

Alfred /fur nam C 

Killing ty, Elisha Atkins C 

Vacant 

liosweil Whitmore 

Calvin Cooper 



WINDHAM. 

Mansfield 

Anbon B. Atwoed 

Wrn, Ely 

J una. Goodwin 
Plain fields Orin Fowler 

Nathaniel Cole , 
Pomfret, James Porter 

James JBoswell 

John Paine 
'Sterling 
George W. Appleton 

Vacant 
Thompson. Daniel Bow 

James Grow 
Voluntoiv?i, Vacant 
Windham 

Cornelius B> E?ei est 

Jesse Fisher 

Roger iiingham 
Woodstock, Vacant 

A Ivan Underwod 

Samuel Uackus 

Geo. B. Atwell 



B 



B 
B 

B 
B 

B 



CB 



COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD; 



JLAtchfield 

Vacant 

Henry Robinson 

Joseph E, Camp 

Vacant 

Truman Marsh E 

Vacant B 

Barkhamsted, Saul Clark 

Vacant B 

Bethlem, l?enj . F .. Stanton 

Plurality 
Canaan 

Charles Prentiss 



Pitkin Cowles 

Plurality E 

Freeman Hopkins B 

Cele brook 
Channcey Lee, D »» 
Kuius Uabeock B 

Erastus Data B 

Cornwall Timothy Stone 
Walter Smith 
Vacant • E 

Asa Talmadge B 

Goshen, Francis H. Case 



Ill 



Harw'mion 

George B. Pierce 
Kent, Laurens P. Hie ^ 
Ezra B. Kellogg 
New Hartford 

Cyrus Yale 

Vacant 
New Milford 

Andrew Elliot 
Vaeant 

7/enj. Jtenham 

Vacant 

jKleazer /Jeeeher 
Norfolk, Ralph Emerson 
Plymouth, Luther Hart 

Rodney Rossiter 

Plurality 
lioxbury 

Fosdick Harrison 

Plurality 
Salisbury 

Leenard B. Lathrop 

Stephen iteach 

Sharon 

David L Perry 

Frederi ck Gridley 

George B Andrews 



B 



Torringtotl 

SamuelJ. Mills > 

ftpaphras Goodman S 
Warren 

Peter Starr } 

Hart Talcott \ 

Ananias Derthwiek 
Washington 

Stephen Mason 

Charles A. Boardman 

Sturges Gilbert 

Plurality 
Watertown 

Darius Q. Griswold 

Fred. Holcomb 
Winchester 

Frederick Marsh 

James ifeach 

Samuel Griswold 
| Vacant 
[Woodbury 

Samuel B. Andrews 

Grove L. ifrownell 

Sturges Gilbert 



COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX*] 



Middlet own 
JohnR. Crane 
Joshua L, Williams 
Walter Col ton 
George Carrington 
Stephen Hayes 
JBirdsey G. Noble 
Joshua R. Dodge 
Frederick Wight man 
Ebenezer Washburn 



Chatham 
Harvey Talcott 
Vacant 

Charles i?entley 
Vacant 
Smith Miles 
William Welch 
Vacant 



E 
B 
B 
B 



112 



Durham. DaTltl Smith 
Vacant 

JEast llathlam 
Elijah Parsons ) 
Isaac Parsons $ 
Joseph Vail 
Herman L. Vail 
Simeon Dickinson 
Wm. C. ,/arvis 

Hiddam. John Marsh 
.Simon Shaler 

Kjlingwwtfu Vacant 



, Asa King 

Plurality 

Piernont brocket 
Saybrook 

Frederick W. Hotchkr 

Aaron Hovey 

Sylvester Selden 

William Case* 

Peter G. Clark 

Vacant 

Asa Wilcox 



B 
J* 



Tolland 

Nathan Williams, r 

Ansel Nash 
Bolton 

Lavius Hyde 
Coventry 

Chauncey ZJooth 

Geo. A. Calhoun 

Augustus J3. Collins 

Isaac Grinoll 
Ellington 

Diodate JSrockway 



D, i 



COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 

Hebron Lyman Strong 
— Nichols 

Wm. C. Jarvis E 

Peter Griffing M 

Somers, Wm. L. Strong . 
Stafford, Harvey Smith 
Joseph Knight 
Israel Fuller, XJ nita 

Union. N. B. ^eardslee 
Vernon, Amzi Benedict 
Willmgtoih Mubbel Loomi's 
DiVid Lillibridge jg 



List of Unsettled Ministers, in connexion with 
the General Association, and of Licentiates 
from the several Jlssociations. 

UNSETTLED MINISTERS. 

Rev, Messrs Chester Colton, Horace^Hooker, John A. 
Hemsted, Hartford. Flavel S. Gay lord* Hartland Wm. 
Lockwood, Glastenbury. Abraham Ailing. Hampden.— 
Samuel Rich, West Haven, Luke Wood, Cheshire.— 
John Chambers Philadelphia John Bray Columbia. Jason 
Allen, IVoodbridge. Eliphalet B.Coleman, Otisco, t N. Y 



113 

George Cean, Guilford. Abiahai AMen, Montville, Jo- 
seph Ayer, jr. North Stonmgton. Hezekiah Ripley, D.n. 
Greens Farms. Isaac Lewis, d. d. Greenwich. John 
Noyes, Weston. W-niam Belden, New York Jonathan 
JJartlett, Redding Peter Lock wood, Stamford. Reuben 
Taylor, Warren, Daniel Crocker, Pound ridge, N. York, 
Chauncey G Lee , Monroe. William Andrews, Danbu- 
ry. Griffith H.Griffith. Wales. Eliphalet Lyman, Wood- 
stock. Ludovicus Weld, Hampton Amasa Jerome, 
New Hartford. Asahel Gay lord. Norfolk. Joshua Wil- 
liams, Jfethlem John L»ngdon, do. Levi Smith, Kent, 
Asahel Nettleion, Killingw^rth. Jonathan Silliman, Say- 
brook. Jacob Scales. West Chester. Calvin Ingalls. 
Stafford. Nathan Gillei. 

L1CEJS HATES 
William W. Turn* •, »« tford- Horatio N. Rrinsmade,d©. 
Ozias S. Eel's /?HrU h am psted. John Richards, Farming- 
ton Joseph J Foot, cast Harihnd. Horatio N. Hub- 

toael, Cornwall Roberts, do. Edward Robinson, 

Farm'mgton. S mue H ' wte , do. Simeon S. Jocelin, 
.New Haven Sa^ nel T. flahbitt, Great Kill. Edward 
Beecher, Yale Co !ege. John Maltby, Branford. George 
A. Woodbridge, Noi wlch, E ijah Hartshorn, Franklin. — 
Stephen T. Nott.d'-. osepti Whiting, New London- 
Joseph P. Tyler, (, i w< Hi. B> naiafi Y. Morse, Danbu« 
ry, Henry He« ed>c NtsVwafk Thomas T. Waterman, 
Bridgeport, hpenttu P. len?dict,do, George Carring- 
ton, Woodbridti« Davai IVlitcalf, Lebanon. George 

Marsh, N, Wo'dstoci- John torrs. fc. Mansfield. J. 

Catlin, jr N latlWn, Ms (ephen Peet.Ohio. 

Burt, S. Hampt- n biah^m #rown, S. Britain. Sam- 
uel JSissel, Aurora, O benjamin B. Smith. Handel G. 
3Nott, Saybrook 

ASSOCIATIONS. 

Thereare in this -tati- ilrMeui Associations, viz, Hart- 
ford North, consistirg of nineieen churches — Hartford 
South, of thirteen New Hwen West, ol eighteen — New- 
Haven East, of s»x<een- New London of twenty— Fairfield 
West of sixteeo-- Fanfield v ast, of twelve — Windham o& 
twenty four— Litchfield North, of nineteen -Litchfield 
South, of seventeen— Middlesex of fifteen— and Tolland of 
fifteen g 



114 
GENERAL ASSOCIATION 

OF CONNECTICUT. 
This body meets annually on the thud Tuesday oFJano 
Vre&surer— Joel H. Linsiey d. d. 
Auditor— &ev. Calvin Chapin d. b. 
The next meeting of the General Association* of Con- 
necticut will be held at Stratford, the third Tee sdav of 
June, A. D # 1827. 

DELEGATES. 

To the several ecclesiastical bodies in connexion with the 

General Association. 
To the general assembly of the Presbyterian Church,PhiI« 

adelpkia, third Thursday of May, 1 826. 

Rev. George A, Calhoun, Salmon Cone, and Sylvester 
Eaton— and the Rev. Mes3rs.Lavias Hyte, Alfred Mitch- 
el, and Bdward W. Hooker, their substitutes. 

To the General Association of Massachusetts, fourth 

Tuesday of June.l»27. 

Rev. Thomas J- Wardock, Thomas Pun derson— Anson 
S. Atwood, Joshua Leavitt, substitutes. 
General Association of New Hampshire, first Tuesday of 

September, next. 

Rev. ErastusClapp, Noah Smith— Epaphras Goodman* 
Grove L. Browning, substitutes. 

General Convention of Vermont, second Tuesday of Sep. 
ember next. 

Rev. Jacob Scales, Lyman Strong — Isaac Parsons, Au- 
gustus B. Collins, substitutes 
Evangelical Co* < conation in Rhode Island, on the second 

Tuesday of June, 1827- 

Rev. Jacob Allen, Saul Clark— Joshua L. Williams, Ai« 
len McLean, substitutes. 

Certifying Committee. 
The following persons were appointed by the General 
Association » to certify the regular standing of ministers* 
travelling from this into other states- 
Rev, Nathan Perkms, d, D.Calvin Chapin, d. p. Jere* 



115 

mlah Day* E. "0. Matthew Noyes, Joseph Strong, ©. d 
Isaac Lewis, jr. Andrew Elliot,Daniel Dow, James Beach, 
JDuther Hart, Fred. W. HotchkissjNathan WilliaBos,D.D. 

Receivers of Money. 
Foe the Treasury of the General Association. 
Uev. Joy H. Fairchild, Joab /Jraee, Leonard Bacon, 
Timothy P. Gillett, Salmon Gone, Sylvester Katon, An- 
drew Elliot, Ambrose Edstn, Charles Prentice, Stephen 
Mason, Isaac Parsons, Chauncey tfooth. 

BISHOPS 

Of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States 
Right Rev. William White, ». d. of Pennsylvania. 
Right Uev John Henry Hobart, d. ». of New York. 
Right Rev. Alexander Viet* Griswold, d. d. of the 

Eastern Diocess. 
Right Rev. Richard Channing Moore, d. d. ofVa-. 
Right Rev. James Kemp, d. d. of Maryland. 
Right Rev. John Croes, d. d. of New Jersey. 
Right Rev. Natha'niel Bow^n, d. p. «f South Carolina. 
Right Rev, Thomas C. Brownell, d. d. ll. d. of Cod 
Right Rev. Philander C^ase, d. d. of Ohio. 
Right Rev. John S. Ra> nscroft, d. d. of N. Carolina. 

Bishops of the Metiiodist Episcopal Church. 
Wm« JicKendree, Enoch George, Robert It Roberts, 
, Lliiah Hedden, Joshua Soule. 



Trustees oj the Bishop's Fund. 
Rev, Ashbel ifaldwu., Harry Croswell, Reuben Slier- 
wood-— Hon. Samuel \\ . Johnson, Jonathan Starr, Evan 
Malbone, Nathan Smith, Charles iSiiejouruey, Samuel Tu- 
dar, Wm, Moslev, Wm. McCrackan, esquires. 
Hon. Samuel W. Johnson, President. 
Rev Ashbo Baldwin. Secretary 
Charles S : ,ourney, esq. Treasurer 
Annual meeting, 1st Wednesday after 4th Tuea. in Oct, 



116 
CONNECTICUT BIBLE SOCIETY. 

Rev. Samuel Nott, d d. President. 

Vice Presidents. Rev Calvin Chapin, d, d. ^ohn Half, 
esq. Rev. Joel Hawes, Jabez Huntington, esq. 

Secret an/, Henry Hudson. 

Treasurer. James R. Wood bridge. 

Directing Committee. Samuel Pitkin, esq. Rev. Henry 
A. Rowland, Rev. Joab Brace, Daniel Wadsworth, esq 
Ri v. J. H. Fairchild, Charles Hosmer, Rev, Joel H. Lins* 
!tv Rev. Caleb J, Tenney, Rev. Sela Kellogg, Rev Shu- 
t>ael Bartlert, Eliphalet Terry Timothy Stillman, John 
Sargeant, esq. Rev. Carlos Wilcox, Rev. David Smith, 
Rev. Horace Hooker, Joseph Trumbull, esq Seth Terrv 
;sq. 

General Agent. Charles Hosmer, of Hartford. 

MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF CONNECTI- 
CUT. 

[Incorporated Octnber.1812.] 
Hon. Jonathan Brace, Chairman, 
Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 
Rev Horace Hooker, Auditor, 
Trustees — Hon 1 , Jonathan Brace. John Caldwell, Enoch, 
^erkins, Samuel Pitkin, Thomas Hubbard, Daniel Wads- 
vorth, esquires. Rev. Nathan Pe kins, d. D.Calvin Cha- 
)in, d d Sarrue* Goodrich, l>nry A. Rowland, Noah 
?orte; 3 Joel Hawes. 



DOMESTIC MIl&i&NAftY SOCIETY 

OF CONNECTICUT. 
Directors— Timothy Dwight,Timothy StiPman,Matthew 
Marvin, Richard Hubbaid, John Hall esquires. Rev. 
oel Hawes, Caleb J. Tenney, Samuel Mer win, Aaron 
)utton, Abel McEwen, Isaac Lewis, jr. Win. Andrews, 
)anieli><>w, Luther Hart,Ralph Emerson, Aaron Hovey, 
Vm. L. Strong, Zephaniah Swift. 

Rev. Leonard Bacon, Secretary. 

Samuel J. Hitchcock, esq. Treasurer* 

Roger S. Skinner, esq. Auditor* 



117 

Auxiliary Foreign Missionary Society of Hart- 
ford County. 
Enoch Perkins, esq. President. 
Rev. Thomas Bobbins, Thomas Day esq. Wm. W. 
Ellsworth, esq. Eliphalet Terry, esq. Joseph Trurabul!, 
esq. Vice Presidents, 

Daniel P. Hopkins, Secretary, 
James R. Woodbridge, Treasurer. 
Henry Hudson, Auditor. 

Auxiliary Foreign Mission Society of Tolland 
County. 

Rev. HubhellLoomis, President 
Hon. Sylvester Gilbert, ) y . » r ^ J£fefttt 
Rev. William L. Strong,* ■ * ****** 

Eli s ha S tear as, Secretary 

Jona. Barnes, Treas. 

Rev. Ansel Nash Auditor 



Neio-London County Bible Society, Auxiliary 
to the American. 
Hon. Elias Pe kiuft, -''resident. 

Robert Coit, Secretary. 

Ebenezer Learned, Treasurer 

Vice Presidents.— Henry Champion, Levi Nelson, Abel 

McEwen, David Deming, Samuel Nott,Bethel tia 4 Na» 

tkaniet Shipman, Alfred Mitcbei!,K!rby Dalrympie,Dwight 

Ripley. 

Joseph Williams, Norwich, and Kalph Stoddard, New 
London, agents for the distribution of Bibles. 



COLLEGES, ACADEMIES, &c. 

YALE COLLEGE. NEW HAVEN. 

[founded, 1700.] 

corporation. 
Rev, Jeremiah Day, s. t. d ll. x>, 
His Bxc Oliver Wolcott, LL. d. 
His Hon. David Plant. 
Rev. Abel McEwen 
Rev. Amos ZJa;sett, s. t. D. 
Rev. Daniel Smith. 
Rev. Andrew Elliot. 
Rev. Calvin Chapin, s t, d.- 
Rev. David Smith. 
Hon. David Hill. 
Hon. Ebenezer Stoddard. 
Rev. Matthew Noyes. 
Rev. Noah Porter. 
Rev. Daniel Dow, 
Hon Luther Loomis. 
Hon. Nathan Johnson, 
Hon. tfamuel Church. 
Hon, John Welch 
Rev. Aaron Duttou. 

Treasurer Hon. James Hillhouse, ll. d 

Ste-iv&rd. Stephen 1'wiaing, fisq. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Jeremiah Pay- s, t. d. ll. d President. 

Nathan Smith, m. d. c, s. m. s. L >ad. Pressor of the 
Theory and Practice 6\ Physio, Surgery, and Obstetrics. 

Benjamin Silliman, m d, Professor ot Chemistry, Thar* 
macy, Mineralogy, and Geology. 

James L. Kingslev, a. m Professor of the Hebrew 
Greek and Latin Languages. 



119 

Eli Ives, m. v* Professor of Materia Medica and Botany » 
and Lecturer on the diseases of Children* 

Rev. Najhaniel VV. Taylor, s # t. d. Dwight Professor 
of Didactic Theology, , 

Jonathan Knight, M. d. Professor of Anatomy, Physiol 
ogy, and Lecturer on Obstetrics. 

Rev. Eleazer T- Fiteh, A. m. Professor ot Divinity. 

Hon. David Daggett, Professor of Law. 

Rev. Chauncey A. Goodrich, A. M. Professor of Rheto- 
iick and Oratory. 

Denison Olmsted. A. m. Professor of Mathematics and 
Natural Philosephy. 

Josiah V Gibbs, a. ^/Librarian and Professor of Sa- 
cred Literature. 

TUTORS. 

Luther Wright, A. m. Isaac We>b. A- m Aaron N 
Skinner, A m. Milton i?adger, a m. Wm. M. Holland 
A«B«Theophilus Smith, A. B. 

MEDICAL EXAMINERS. 

Thomas Hubbard, m d. Wm. Buel, u d, Warren 
R. Fowler, m. d. Samuel B. Woedward, m. d. 

WASHINGTON COLLEGE, AT 
HARTFORD. 

Faculty. 

Rt. Rev. Thomas C Brownell, d.d ll, d. Pres* 
ident. 

Rev* George W Doane, A. m. Professor of Belles Lettres 
and Oratory. 

Frederick Hall, A.M. Professor ot Chemistry, and Mi. 
neralogy. 

Rev. Hector Humphreys, a. m. # Professor of Ancient 
Languages. 

George Sumner, m. d. Professor of Botany. 

Norman Pinney, A. m. Tutor of Mathematics. 

Pedro Gellineau, Teacher of the French and Spanish 
Languages. 

TRUSTEES. 

Ht. lie v. Thomas C. Brownell, Rev. Harry Cros\retf> 



Rev. Birdsey G. Noble, Rev Nathaniel S, Wheaton? 
Charles Sigourney esq. Richard Adams, esq. Ebenezer 
Young, esq. Jonathan Starr, jr. esq. Nathan Smith, esq, 
Hon. John T. Peters, John S. Peters, esq. Luther Loomis, 
esq. Rev Daniel Burhans, Rev Samuel Luckey, Wm. H 
Imlay, esq. Samuel Tudor, esq. Seth P. Beers, esq. Mar- 
tin Welles esq* Hon. John Alsop, Rev. Reuben Sherwood 
Jonathan Urace, esq, 3 vacancies, 
Rev. Nathaniel S.-Wheatan, Secretary to the Board. 
Commencement first Wednesday in August. 
Vacations, Six weeks from commencement— Two 
weeks from Thursday before the 25th of December, and 
3 weeks from the Thursday before the 20th of April. 



American Literary, Scientific, and Military 
Academy, at JWiddletown, CL 

A, Partridge, A m Principal. 
SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENT. 

A. Partridge, Professor of Mathematics Philosophy k 
Military Science. 

J. Barrett, m. d. Physician and Professor of Chemistry 
Botany and Mineralogy, 

J- R. Bowes, Professor of Civil Engineering, 

H. P Woodworth, Instructer in Mathematics and As- 
sistant Professer in Natural Philosophy. 

E. Dunbar, instructer in Mathematics and Naviga* 
ion. 

ti. T. Johnson, instructer in practical Mathematics and 
Assistant Professor of Philosophy 

V B. Horton, Instructed in Mathematics, and Adju- 
st. 

J. f-Iolbrook, instructer in Mathematics and Tactics. 

T- B Ransom, Instructer in Mathematics, 

J. McKay Assistant instructer in Mathematics. 

J. N. Palmer, assistant instructer in Mathematics. 

O. P. Jenison ass't. instructer io Mathematics. 
LANGUAGES 

E. B. VVilliston, A. m. Prtfessar of the Greek and Lat- 
in Languages and Literature 

Rev B Glover, A. * Instructer in the Greek and Latin j 
Languages* and Professor of Logic, 



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1\ Ferry, professor of the French Linage. 

Jose A. Piiarro, Professor of the Spanish Language. 
« «r M e % ta P h y* ,c * a "d Belles Lettres, * 

Rev. W, Colton, a m Chaplain aad Professor of Bel- 
fes Lettres. 

loaS^ii^' " " Pr ° feBSOr orl ^^-tua. Phi- 
Miscellaneous Department. 
T B Ransom, mitructer of Music 

F Thomas, Sword Master and Instructer of Dancing • 
C H Perry, Instructer of Book Keeping. 
<*, Barnard, Instructer of fcuglish Grammar 

AMERICAN ASYLUM AT HARTFORD. 

ityr the education and instruction of Deaf & Dumb 
Persons, 

Hon. Nathaniel Terry, President. 

Directors chosen at the annual meeting, May 1.3. 1S26. 

John Russ, Dav>d Watkinson, James VVard, William 

Watson, Charles Seymour, Koswell Bartholomew, John 

Butler, James P Hosmer, Daniel P Hopkins, i> 5 arzillai 

Hudson. 

Seth Terry, Secretary, 
James H Weds, Treasurer. 
Mas»n F Cogswell m d Physician 
INSTRUCTERS. 
Thomas H Galtauiie: a m Principal 
Laurent Clerc, 

Wm W Turner am | 

1/arvey P <Peet, a m | 

K*: d " M >Asmtants. 

Wilson Whiton I 

George H Loring J 

Harvey P Peet, Steward 
Mrs. Peet, Matron. 
Vacations.— Four weeks from the last Wednesday : ?n 
April, and four weeks from the last Wednesday in /Sep- 
tember 



1SJS 

EPISCOPAL ACADEMY AT CHESHIRE. 

Vacant, Preceptor. 
Hev. Asa Cornwall Professor of Languages- 
Barrage Beach, esq. Treasurer and Secretary. 
Anniversary. First Wednesday of September. 
Vacations. From the first Wednesday in September, 
three weeks — from the 24th ©t December, two weeks? 
from the third Wednesday in April, five weeks. » 



BACON ACADEMY, COLCHESTER- 

Charles P. Otis, a.m. \ rincipal. 
Julius S. Hammond, Assistant. 
Vacations. From the first Wednesday in September* 
three weeks, from the first Wednesday in January, two 
weeks, from the first Wednesday in May, two weeks. 
Anniversary. First Wednesday of September. 



PLAINFIELD ACADEMY PLAINFIELD, 

John Witter, A. m. Preceptor. 

Hiram A, Tracy, Usher. 

Rev. Orrm Fowler, Chairman of the Board of Trustees. 

George Middleton, Secretary and treasurer . 
Anniversary. Last Wednesday in August* 
Vacations. From the last Wednesday in August, three 
weeks, from the first Wednesday in January two weeks — 
from the first Wednesday in May two weeks. 



PHI BETA KAPPA. 

Hon. Wm. jBfristo! President. 

Josiah W. Gibbs a.m. Vice President/ 

Charles Hooker, m. d. Ireasurtr. 

Samuel J.Hitchcock e*q Cor. Secretary. 

Connecticut Branch of the Jhncricaifi Education 
Society. 
Thomas Day^esq. of Hartford, President. 
Joseph Battell, esq, of Norfolk, Vice 2 J rc$uknh 



Hon. John C Smith, of Sharon, Hon. Ro;'er M. Slier.. 
man, of Fairfield, Oliver D. Cooke, esq. of Hartford, Prof' 
-#enj Silliman, of Yale College, Kbenezer Learned, estJ, 4 of 
New London, Honourary Vice Presidents. 

Rev. Leonard 2?acon, of New Haven, Secretary, 

Eliphalet Terry, e9q. of Hartford, Treasurer. 

Directors.— Rev. Jeremiah Day, d. u.ll. d. of Vale 
College,Joel Hawes of Hartford,Nathaniel W. Taylor, d .i> 
of Yale College, Natht<i>e! Hewitt, of Fairfield, Andrew 
Fifiiot,of New Milford, Chauncey \ Goodrich, of Yale 
College, Samuel Merwm, of New Haven. 



RETREAT FOR THE INSANE. 

Hop. Nathaniel Terry, President, 
Rt Rev. Thomas C. ffrownell, Vice President, 
David Watkinson, Treasurer, 
Charies Sheldon, Secretary, 
Samuel Tudor, Auditor. 
Directors. Michael Bull. Eli Todd, m. d. Samuel B. 
Woodward, m. d Rev Thomas ?l«bbins, Henry KilboUrn, 
Martin Welles, Mason F. Cogswell, m, d. John Russ, 
J| George Sumner, m. d. John Butler, Cyprian Nichols, 
Charles Sheldon, Roderick Terry. Asa Farwell, Thomas 
C. Perkins, James Vfifard. James B Hosraer, Roswell 
jffartholomew, James Dodd, Josenh Trumbull. 

Visitors, Drs. Mason F Cogswell, Samuel B. Woodward, 
Thomas Miner, George Sumner, John L Comstock, Ed- 
ward P. Terry. 

Eli Todd, m. d. Physician 

Managers. James Ward, Henry Hudson, John But- 
ter, 



Hartford County Agricultural Society, 
fcinoch Perk'os esq. P eskient. 
Martin Kellogg 1st Vice President. 
Martin Ellsworth 2d do. 
B* W. Birge. recording Secretary. 
Daniel P. Hopkins, Corresponding Secretary. 
Frederick Oakes, Treasurer. 



Cyprian Nichols Auditor. 
Henry Watson chairman of Viewing Com. 
Joseph Pratt chairman Com. on Produce. 
Elihu Woicott chairman Cem. «f Inspection. 
H. W. Goodwin chairman Com. on Manufactures. 
Joseph Morgan chairman Com. on Ploughing 
Harvey Seymour, Seedsman. 



INCORPORATED CITIES. 

HARTFORD- 

Hon. Nathaniel Terry, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 

Thomas Day | Cyprian Nichols 

Jonathan IV. Edwards | Thomas K. Brace esq'rs, 
Wm Conner, City Clerk 
Horace Wadswoith,Benj Hastings Sheriffs. 
Nathaniel Goodwin Treasurer. 
ElUha Dodd Auditor of City Accounts 
Beuy Hastings Collector. 
Common Council Men- 
Joseph Pratt Caleb Pond, S. H. Huntington, Solomon 1 
Porter, Charles Babcock.Henry KUbourn, Wm Hayden, 
Wm W Ellsworth, Jesse lavage, Wm Ely, Nathan Allyn, 
Eiiphatet Ten y, esquu es. 

NEW-HAVEN. 

Hon, mm eon Baldwin, Mayor 
Aldermen. 
William Bristol Dennis Kimberly 

Abraham Bishop I VVilamd Jones 

Eli^ha Munsf-n, City Cerk. 
Andrew K-dston Treasurer. 
John Scott, Elihu Munson Sheriffs 
Common Council Men. 
EusselHotcbkiss, Josep N Clarke, Henry DenisOfir 
Jamts Goodrich, i tge» S Baldwin, John H Coley , Benj. 
Sherman, Asahel little, Ransom Burritt, Nathan Peck. 



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Lereritt Gris wold .Philip S. Galpin* Caleb Brintnal^Smith 

City Court held on the first Tuesday of each month 
Annual meeting first Tuesday in June 

NEW-LONDON. 

Hon Jeremiah G Brainard Mayor. 
Aldermen 
Wm P Cleare land 1 Henry Channing 

Christopher Gnffing | Thomas P Trott esq'ra 

John A Fulton, esq Treasurer 
Wm. F Brainard, esq Clerk of the City Court 
Ebenezer * ay esq City Clerk 
Jonathan B> onk* //enry Jepson Sheriffs 
Common Council Men. 
' John Way, Nathaniel Saltonstall, Peter S Mercer Jona- 
than Starr jr Charles Stockman, Jeshua B Clann 
City Agent W-n. P. B ainard. PP * 

City Court held on the fi -si Monday in each month 
Annual Meeting, second Monday in June 

NORWICH. 
Hon Calvin Ooddard, Mayor. 
Aldermen 
John Hyde l George* Ripley 

George Hill | Joseph Williams leaqairei 

James atedman Clerk and >;ie.-£ V;ity Court 
Attorney and Treasurer 
™ ^ L Burre( L athr op City Sheriff 

Thomas Thomas, lo.eph Warren Key Keeners 
i L ™~ m Comm "n Council Men F 

Joseph W Tracy Rrastus Wentworth Dwieht Rlnfpv 
Jenry Strong Joseph C «lu Bt ingtoo John Utft. P ^ 
Annual meetiug, first Monday in June. 

MIDDLETOWN. 

Hon Samuel W Dana. Mayor 
it* ... «. Aldermen 

SfiS&SJJjT* I Richard Hubbard 
Henry Carrwgion 1 Samuel Cooper 



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Georsre \V Stanley Cily Attorney, 

John Fisk City Clerk Treasurer and Clerk City Court 

Jacob Roberts John Bouud Sheriffs, 

Common Council JMen. 

John R. Watkinson Robert Jehnson Joaeffti Taylor Jon> 

athan Barnes jr Calvin Ripley John H Sumner Samuel I) 

Hubbard Joseph Paddock Richard Hand James Fraser 

Julius C Francis Wm J Tcench. 

Annual meeting third Monday in January 
City Court second Tuesday in each month. 



BOROUGHS. 



STONINGTON. 

Elisha Faxon, esq. Warden. 
J3urge$ses. George Hubbard. S, F. Denison, W. \Y. 
Rodman, A.C Smith, B. F. Babcock, Cr. R. Haliam. 
A.. P. Stanton, Treasurer. 
"Nathan Smith, C'erk. 
Paul Babcock, Bailiff. 



COLCHESTER. 

John li. Watrous, eSQ. Warden. 
JBurgesse3. David Deming, Samuel A. Peters, John 
Murphy, Daniel Kellogg, Elias W. Newton, Samuel 
Bridges. 

Amherst D. Scovel, Clerk. 
Avery Morgan, Treasurer. 
J«lm C. Bulkeley, Bailiff 



DANBURY; 

Samuel Wrldman, esq. Warden. 
Eurgessev. Naj<tb \Y . tfriian, Bubbell Wiidman, John 
S. Blackman, Nathaniel VV cod, Eu T. Hoyt, 
Daniel Starr, Clerk. 
Matthew Curtus, liauiff. 



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ESSEX.' 

Ebenezer Hay den, esq. Warden. 
fiuvgcsscfr Elias Red6eld, Felix Starkey, Samuel Ing- 
ham, Samuel M. Hayden, Gurdon Smith, Jesse Murray 
Samael AT . Hayden, jr. Treasurer. 
Amasa Pratt, Clerk 
Geo. Williams, Bailiff; 

GUILFORD. 

William Todd, e*q Warden. 
Burgesses, Comfort Starr, Samuel Robinson, Jonathan 
Bishop, Jedediah Lathrop, John B. Chittenden, friend 
Collins. 

Samuel C. Johnson, Treasurer. 
Jonathan Bishop <r, Bailiff- 
Amos Seward, Clerk 

KILLIN~VORTH. 

George Carter, Warden. 
Burgesses. Wm. Carter, John Stanton, Edward \Vil« 
cox. Abiel A. Loomis, Edward VV right, David Dibbell. 
John Stanton. Clerk. 
Abiel A. Loomis, Treasurer. 
Edward Wilcox, Bailiff. 

WATERBURY. 

John Kingsbury, esq Warden, 
, Burgesses* Mark Leave n worth, Cyrus Clark, Joseph 
Burton,Ashley Scott, Moses Hall, F. Leavenworth. 3 
Edward Field, Treas. 
Joel Hinmau, 'Clerk 
Geo. Warner, .Bailiff. 

BRIDGEPORT. 

Daniel 8urritt, esq, Warden. 
Burg&sses. iosiah B HaR, Joseph Wood, Philo Hurd 
I Sy I vanus Sterling, S. C Kirtland, Charles Foote. 
>Sherwood Sterling, Clerk 
Roswell Lewis, Treasurer. 
Benjamin S Smith Bailiff 



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BANKS IN CONNECTICUT. 



HARTFORD BANK. 

Hon Nathaniel Terry. President. 

Horace _#urr Esq. Cashier. 

Directors- Nathaniel Terry, David Watkinson, James 

H. Wells, James Ward, Eliphalet Terry, Gad Cowles 

Harmon Hendricks, Nathan Morgan, Amos M. Collins,, 

James B Hosmer, Joseph Trumbull. James Cowles. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays- 
Notes for Discount lo be lodged before 12 o'clock on those 
days. 

Annual Meeting of the Stockholders, 2d Tuesday of 
Jane 

Henry Seymour on the part of the State. 
Capital Stock, £1,299 700. 

PHCEMX BANK. 

Charles Sigoumey, President. 
Geoige Beach, Cashier. 
Directors— Charles Sigourney, Ward Woedbridge, 
Thomas Dav, Cyprian Nichols, Kliphaiet Aver ill, Jesse 
Savage, William Kly, Charles Jencks, *>aniuei J'udor, John 
ffcuss. Jeremy H^« d, y» ana " Solomon Porter, on the part 
of the State. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays , 
Notes for discount u> be lodged before 12 o'clock 
Capital Stock, $t. 1 60 000. 

Branch Bank at Litchfield. 

Benjamin Tallmadge, esq President. 
P Austin Kilbourn, Cashier. 

Directors.— benjamin Tallmadge.James Gouldjabez W. 
Huntington, Seth P. -Beers, Wii liam Buel, Joseph Bat* 
tel. David S. Boardman 

Discount days, Mondays, and Thursdays. 
Notes to be lodged before 12 o'clock. 



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CONNECTICUT BRANCH UV THE 
UNITED STATES' BANK. 

(Located at Hartford.) 
Enoch Parsons, esq. President. 
Joshua P. Burnham, Cashier. 
Samuel R. Parsons, Attorney to the l?ank. 
Directors.— Enoch Parsons, Jeremiah ffrown, DanieJ 
tfuck, Nathaniel Goodwin, Wra. H. lmlay, ~amuel Math- 
er, Henry Carrington Caleb JSrintuell Obadiah Hotchkiss-. 
Discount days, Saturdays and Thursdays. 



NEW-HAVEN BANK. 

iEneas Monson, President. 
Henry R. Pynchon, esq. Cashier. 
Directors —iEneas Monson, Titus Street.Simeon Bald- 
win, Wm. Ltffirjgwel!, Joel Reot, Abraham Bradley, 
Henry Denison, Henry Huggins, Isaac Tow nsend,- John 
Nicoll, on the part of the State. Capital, 335,000 doiiarc. 



MECHANICS' BANK, NEW-HAVEN 

Nathan Smith President. 
John J. Barnard, Cashier. 
Directors'— Nat ha » Smith, Abraham Heaton, Russell 
Hotchkiss, Wm. J. Forbes, Elihu Sanford, William W\ 
Boardman, James Brewster, Gad Cowles, James Good- 
rich. 



NEW-LONDON BANK. 

Ehsha Denison, esq. President. 
Anthony Thatcher. Cashier. 
Directors— £!isha Denison. Isaac Thompson, Jacob B. 
Gurley, Thomas W Williams, Nojes Barber, Ezra Chap- 
pell, Ralph Ishara, Nathaniel S. Perkms, Noyes Billings, 
Annual meeting of stockholders, first Tues ay of July. 
Dajs of Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of 
business, from 10 to 12 o'clock,a. m. and from 2 to 4 o'cl'fc; 
P.m, 

Capital Stock, 129,625 dollars. 
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UNION BANK, NEW-LONDON. 

William P. CleaTeland, esq. P esident. \ 
Robert Hallam, Cashier. 
Directors -Wiliiara P. Cleaveland, George Dallam, 
Jonathan Starr, John Hallam, Robert Coit, Peter Richards 
Jonathan Starr, jr. John O. Miaer, VVilliam P. Cleaveland 
\v. Archibald Mercer, Latham Avery, William WilU&ms* 
Jun. 
Annual meeting of stockholders, first Thursday in Jane. 
Bays of Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hoars of 
business, from 10 to 12 o'clock, a. m. and from 2 to 4 
o'clock, p. m. 

Capital Stock, 100,000 dol!ars. 

MIDDLETOWN BANK. 

Elijah Hubbard, esq. Presidcut. 

Thomas Hubbard, Cashier. 

Directors. — Nehemiah Hubbard, Elijah Hubbard, John 

fl. Watkinson, Samuel D Hubbard, Ilenry Chauncey, 

Henry Carrington, John Fisk, Epaphroditus Champion. 

Chauncey Deming, James K. Child. 

Capital Stack, 8400,000. 



NORWICH BANK. 

Jabez Huntington, esq. President, 

F. A. Perkins, Cashier 

Joseph Williams, Attorney. 

Directors.— Jabez Huntington, John L. Buswell, Benj. 

Coit, J. G. W. Trumbull, Joseph Williams, Nathaniel 

fthipman, Joseph Huntington. George L. Perkins, James 

Treat, of Preston, 13 wight Riplej , fed. Huntington, 

Frederick Perkins.of Lisbon, James F Mason, of Lebanon. 

Capital Stock, $200,000. 

Annual Meeting in June. 



THAMES BANK, NORWICH. 

William P. Greene, esq. President. 
Lyman N Brewer, Cashier. 
Vireci arts rWraTK Grceajj Jorp'i Perking W». 



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Gilman, Calvin Goddard, A. H. Hubbard, John Breed. 
Henry M Wait, of Lyme, Adam Larrabce, of Grolon, Ed 
ward Whiting. 

Capital Sto«k, g200,0C0. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY BANK. 

Jit Norwalk. 

Henry Belclen, President. 

E M. Morgan, Cashier. 

Directors—- Henry Belden, William I. Street, William 

St. John, Ebenezer Jessup, Thaddeus JJetts, D, Hollei , 

.Senj. Isaacs. 

Branch Bank at Danburij. 

Samuel Tweedy, President, 
Curiiss Clark, Cashier. 
Directors— Samuel Tweedy, David Foote, Thomas T. 
Whittlesey, Elijah Gregory, Elijah Sanford, Wig, Haw- 
icy, Win. Meeker. 



STO INGTON BANK. 

William liandall, esq. President. 

Francis Amy, Cashier. 

Directors— William Randall, Giles R. HalUm, Win, 

Williams, Gurdon Trumbull, Wra. Lord, Peieg Deni. 

ton John W. Hull, Cyrus Williams, llu3sel Wheeler> 

Erastus T. Smith, Jesse D. Noyes, J5enjamin Pomeroy. 

Capital Stock. 50,000 dollars, with privilege of increas- 
ing to 200,000 dollars 

WINDHAM COUNTY BANK. 

Joseph Eaton, esq. President. 
A. White, Jr. Cashier. 
Directors— Joseph Eaton, Vine Kobinson, John Mc- 
Clellan, Andrew T. Judson, Elkanah C Eaton, Rufus 
Adams, James Gordon, Joseph S. Gladding, William 
Putnam, Uela P. Spalding, Herbert Williams, Thomas 
Hubbard, Isaac Knight. 



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MIDDLETOWN SAVINGS BANK- 

Nehemiah Hubbard esq. President. 
Augustus Cook, Vice President. 
SOirectora* Nehemiah Hubbard, Samuel Southmayo, 
Charles Brewer, Augustus Cook, Geo. W. Stanley, Kiph* 
ard Band. 

NORWICH SAVINGS SOCIETY. 

Jabez Huntington, esq President. 
Vice Presidents— John L. Buswell, George L. Perkins, 
Joseph Perkins. 

F. A. Perkins, Treasurer. 

Joseph Williams, Secretary, 

directors— John Lathrop, Joseph Williams, C. P. 

rjuntington* Erasius Coit, John Ureed, Lyman Brewer s 

Joseph C. Huntington, Thomas Robinson, J, G f W, 

Trumbull. n 

Deposits, g20 000, to 1st October* 1826. 



MARINE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



Hartford. 

John Caldw. 11, esq. President. 

William W. ft!!*worth, esq Secretary, 

Middletown* 

Joseph W. Alsop, esq. President. 

Samuel B. Redfield. esq. Secretary. 

New London. 

Elisha Denisoo, esq. President. 

David Coit, esq. Secretary. 

Neiv Haven. 

G.Totten, esq. President. 
John Shopman, esq. Secretary. 

Ocean, New- Haven, 

Roger She man esq. President* 

Truman Woodward, esq. Secretary and Treasurer. 



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FIKE INSURANCE COMPANIES: 



Hartford. 

Nathaniel Terry, esq. President. 
Walter Mitchell, e3q. Secretary. 

JEtna — Hartford. 
Thomas K. Brace, esq. President, 
Isaac Perkins, esq. Secretary. 
Protection — Hartford. 
William W.* Hllsworth, esq. President, 
Thomas C. Perkins, esq Secretary. 
Norwich. 
John L. Buswel, esq. President. 
Joseph Williams, esq. Secretary. 

Norwich Mutual Assurance. 
Ebenezer Huntington, esq Treasurer. 
Frederick Miner, Assistant Treasurer. 
Joseph Williams, esq. Secretary. 

Danbury and Norivalk Insurance Company. 

Office at Norwalk. 
William M Setts, esq. President. 
Clark Bisseil esq. Secretary. 

Office at Danbury. 
Samuel Tweedy esq President. 
Th»mas T U hittlesey, Secretary. 
Windham County. 
Vine Uot"n$on, esq. P- esideat. 
Adams White, jr esq. secretary. 
d 

SNION COMPANY, 
For clearing- Bars in I onnecticut River. 
Nathaniel Terry, etq President, 
Eliaha Colt, esq. Secretary and Treasurer. 
Connecticut River Company* 

Alfred 6m ith, esq. President. 
Daniel Buck, Treasurer. 
James M. Goodwin, Secretary. 



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Directors. David Porter, Daniel Buck, William H. lm~ 
lay, William Ely, Ward Wotfdbridge, Alfred Smith, Geo.;. 
Beach, Thomas K. Brace, Henry Kilbourn. 

Connecticut River Steam Boat Company. 

Henry L« Ellsworth, esq. President. 
Jeremiah Brown, Treasurer. 
Daniel P. Hopkins, Secretary. 
Directors. Henrv L- Ellsworth, Richard Hubbard, Jas\ 
Thomas, Samuel x\Iather,Jeremiah Brown, Charles Munn ? 
Stephen Spencer. 
Steam Boat Oliver Ellsworth, Daniel Havens, master. 
Leaves New York Tuesdays and Fridays— *Harttord> 
Mondays and Thursdays 

Hartford Steam Boat Company. 

David Porter, esq. President. 
Peter Morton, Secretary. 
James B. Hosmer, Treasurer. 
Directors. David Porter, Tames B. Hosmer, Eliphalet 
Terry, Nathan Morgan, William Ely. 
Steam Boat Macdonotigh, William Beebe, master. 
Leaves New York Mondays and Thursdays— -Hartiord> 
Wednesdays and Saturdays 

Farmington Canal Company. 

James Hillhouse, esq. Pr^si<!ent. 
Directors* James Hillhouse, Timothy Pitkin, Burrage 
Beach, Titus St> eeL Abraham Heat»n,Nathan Peck, James 
Goodrich, Richard M. Clarke, Nathaniel #acon, Isaac 
Lawrence, Geot-ge C. Kell >>gg, Jonathv.i O Pettibone. 
Hartford Bridge Company, 
Griffin Stedman, esq. President. 
Simeon Lyman, Treasurer. 
Edmund B. Stedman, Clerk. 

Mechanics Society, Neiv Haven. 

David Kimberly esq. President. 
Joel Atwater, Treasurer 
Giles Mansfield, Clerk. 
Directors. John Gilbert, Thaddeus Austin, Thomas G 
WooQward, Oliver Bryan. 



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1S5 

HALE DONATION, 

For promoting Christian Knowledge. 

Instituted at Coventry, in 1804, by Mrs. Sarah Hare, 
deceased. Incorporated in 1814— has an accumulating 
Fund by one sixth of its annua! income, and an exten- 
sive, increasing Theological Library. Present Fund) 
45 8G dollars. 

TRUSTEES. 
Rev. Salmon Cone, President. 

Hon. Sylvester Gilbert, Treasurer. 

JUev Chauncey Booth, Secretary and Librarian. 

Nathan Howard esq. 

ElUba Stearns, esq. 

Rev. Geo. A. Calhoun 

Rev. F'obbel Loomis 
Annual meeting of Trustees, 3d Tuesday in October. 



Litchfield Village. 
William Buel President, 
Phineas Miner Treasurer 
Joseph Adams Clerk. 
Frederick Demmg, Kailiff. 



CONNECTICUT 

MEDICAL SOCIETY. 



Thomas Hubbard, U d. President- 
Eli Ives, m d. Vice President. 
John S. peters, m d. Treasurer 
Jonathan Knight, m.d. Secretary. 
Fellows from the several Counties. 
Hartford County. Samuel B. Woodward, m.d. Elijah 
F. Reed, m.d James O. Pond, Charles Woodward, J, L. 
Comstock. 

JVem Haven County. Nathan Smith, m.d. Isaac Good 
sell, Isaac Jennings, Charles Hooker, m.d. Jacob Linsley, 



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JVfew London Comity* Thomas T. Wells m.d. Luciu« 
Tyler, John C. Tibbets, Reuben 2?«rges3, Dyer T.Brain- 
ard. 

Fairfield County* Elijah Middlebrook, m.d. Orris T. 
Taylor, John Judson, Samuel Simons, Daniel Ufford. 

Windham County, Andrew Karris, Joseph Palmer, 
Earl Swift, Archibald Welch, Luther Manning. , 

Litchfield County. Samuel Buel, Conant Catlin, John- 
son C. Hatch, Samuel W. Gold, John M. West. 

Middlesex County Thomas Miner, m.d. Rufus Tur- 
ner, Richard Warner m.d. 

Tolland County. Eleazer Hunt, Orrin Hunt, Alden 
Skinner. 

Clerics of the several Counties* 

S. W. Brown, Hartford County. 
Charles Hooker, New Ha>en County. 
B. F. Stoddard, New London County. 
Elijah Middlebrook, Fairfield. 
Samuel R. Childs, Litchfield County. 
Wiiham Hutching, Wiadham ounty. 
Richard Warner, Middlesex County. 
Chauncey Burgess, Tolland County. 



MASONIC, 

J\*ams3 oftheOJiceas of the U . G. R. A. Chapter of the 
U. S t A. 

His Excellency M. E De Witt Clinton, of Albany, N. 
Y., G. G. H. P . 

M. E John Snow, of Worthington. Ohio, D. G. G. H. F, 

His Excellency M. E John Ly*e WiUun, of Charles* 
toi, S. C, G tt, King. 

M E. and Rev. Paul Dean, of Boston, Mass. G G. 
Scribe. * 

M.E. Lebbeus Chapman, city of N.York.G.G. Secretary. 

M.E. Peter Grinnell, ot Providence,R.I. G.G. Treasurer. 

M. E. and Rev. Jonathan Nye, of Claiborne, Vermont, 
G. G. C. 

M. E. William Gibbs Hunt, of Nashville, Tennessee, 
>. G, M. 



137 

WASHINGTON ENCAMPMENT. 

Of Knights Templars held at New -London and Colchester. 
Most Em. Andrew Harris, G. Commander. 
Em. Thomas Hubbard, Generalissimo. 
Em. Amher3t D. ScoveM. Captain General. 
Sir Leonard i lendee, Prelate. 
Sir Thomas T. \Velles, Senior Warden. 
Sir Asa Child, Junior Warden. 
Sir A?a Bigetaw, Treasurer- 
Sir Win. I'. Turner, Recorder. 
Sir Samuel H. Fox. Standard Bearer. 
Sir Uriel Puller, Sword Bearer. 
Sir Lucius Tyler, Warder. 
Sir, George Way, Steward. 
Sir Cyrus M. Bartlett, Tyler. 

NEW-HAVEN ENCAMPMENT, 

M. E. John Barker, Grand Commander. 
Em. Laban Smith, Generalissimo. 
Em. Nathan Smith, Captain General 
Sir Rev. Benj. M Kill, Prelate. 
S r James Cairington, Senior Warden. 
Sir William B. Jones, Junior Warden. 
Sir Andrew Kfdston, Treasurer. 
Sir Justin Redfield, Recorder. 
Sir Frederick Lee, Standard Bearer. 
Sir Wm. H. Elss, Sword Bearer. 
Sir Nahum Flagg, Warder. 
Sir Amos Doohttle, Commissary. 
Sir Darius Higgios, Sentinel, 

Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons in Conn* 

JVl. E. Thomas Hubbard, G H. P. 

E. William H. I ones, D. G. H.P. 

E. Andrew Harris, G* K. 

E, Frederick Lee, G. T. 

E. Asa Child, G. S. 

Rev. Com, BeDJ. M. Hill, G. C. 



138 

Grand Lodge of Connecticut. 
oNT. W. Daniel P. Braiusnade, Grand Master.. 
W. James M, Goodwin, D. G. Master. 
W. Amherst D. ScoveH, G. S Warden. 
W. William C. Gay, G. J. Warden. 
W. Laban Smith, G. Treasurer. 
W. William H.Jones, G. Secretary. 

GRAND COUNCIL 

Of Select Masters in the State of Co?inecticut. 
T. !. Noah A. Phelps, G, P. 
T, Ingoldsbv W. Crawford, D G. P. 
J. Asa Childs, G. T. I, 
I. Andrew Harris, G. P. C, 
I. Wra. P. Eaton, G. C. G. 
Com. Andrew Kids ton, G. Treasurer. 
Com. Wm. II. Jones, G Recorder 
Com. and Rev. W T m. Jarvis, G Chap ; ain. 

COUNCILS 

Under the jurisdiction oj the Grand Council of Select 
Masters in the State of Connecticut, 
No. I Wolcott, B^rtior<'. 

2 Montgomery, Yshtcrd. 

3 Franklin, Nerwalk. 

4 Cushing, New London, 

5 Watrous, Colchester. 

6 Washington, Stamford, 

7 Cross, Kent, 

8 Haimony, New Haven. 

9 Columbia, Middletown. 

10 Olive Branch, Canterbury, 
U Adams, Litchfield. 

12 Tyrian, Washington. 

13 Adoniram, Tolland, 

14 Clinton, Granby. 



139 
CHAPTERS 

Ifndev the Jurisdiction of the Royal Arch Chapter are a: 
Jolloivs. 
No. 1 Hiram, Newtovn 

2 Franklin, New. Ha Veil 

3 Solomon, Derby 

4 Franklin, Norwich 

3 Vanderbrook, C olehester 

6 Washington, Mid die town 

7 Union, New. London 

8 Lynch, Redding and Weston 

9 Trinity, Windham 

10 Fidelity Woodbury 

11 Rittenheuse, Stamford 

12 Warren, Pomfret 

13 Jerusalem, Stratford 

14 Hampton, Kent 

15 Meriden, Canaan 

16 Darius Litchfield 

17 Pythagoras, Hartford 

18 Adoniram, Tolland 

19 Jerusalem, Ridgefield 

20 La Fayette, Granny 

21 Benevolence, Stoningtou 

22 Eureka, Oxford 

23 Mount Moriah, Waterbury 

(not organized ) 



Master Lodges in Connecticut. 




4 St- John's Hartford 15 Moriah, Canterbury 

5 Union, Stamford 16 Temple, Cheshire 

6 St. John's Norwalk 17 Federal, Watertown 

7 K. Solomon's, WoodburylS Hiram, Newtown 

8 St. John's, Stratford 19 Washington, Huntington 

9 Compass, Wallingford 20 Harmony, Berliu 

10 Wooster, Colchester * 21 St. Peters, New-Milford 

11 St. Paul's, Litchfield 22 Hart's. Woodbridge 



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23 St. James, Preston 50 

24 Uriel, Mansfield 51 

25 Columbia, Glastenbury 52 

26 Columbia, Easf-Haddam 53 

27 Rising Star, Washington 

28 Morning Star, E. *Vindsor54 

29 Village, Canton 55 

30 Day Spring, Ramden 56 

31 Union, New- London • 57 

32 Meridian Sun, Warren 58 

33 Friendship, 5?outhington 

34 Somerset, Norwich 5$ 

35 Aurora, Harwintou €0 

36 S. Mark's, Grariby 61 

37 Western Star, Norfolk 62 

38 St. Alban's Guriford 63 

39 Ark, Weston 94 

40 Union, Dar.bury 65 

41 Federal, ftrookfield 66 

42 Harmony. Watrrbury #7 

43 Trinity, Bjilmgworth 68 

44 Eastern Mar, \\ iadham §9 

45 Pythagoras Lyme 70 

46 Putnam, Pomtret 71 

47 Morning ?ay, Oxford VI 

48 St. Luke, Kent 73 

49 Jerusalem, Ririgefidu 74 



Warren, Andover 
Warren, Chatham 
Mount Olive, Saybrook 
Widow's Son, N, Stoning 

ton 
Hamilton, Sharon 
Seneca, Torrington 
Franklin, Bristol 
Asyluni, Stonington 
Northern Star, Barkam- 

sted 
Aprilo, Suffield 
Wolcotl, Stafford 
Olive Branch, Goshen 
Orient, East-Hartford 
Adelpha, N. Haven 
St. Aadrews, Winsted 
Temple, Saugatuck 
Widow's Son, Branford 
Harmony, New-Canaan 
Charity, Groton 
Fayette, Ellington 
Washington, Windsor 
Salem, Salem 
La Fayette, Fairfield 
Msnc/jester, Manchester 
Biazin- Star, Cornwall 



Inspectors $ Ligkt Houses. 
Timothy Uphtiiu, New Hampshire. 
ft. A. b 1/eai born, Massachusetts. 
Chfistophei Eilery, Khort- Island. 
Richard Law, Connecticut. 

Commanders &j Revenue Cutters* 
Hebry Cahoone, Rev. Cutter. New 'York 
Frederick Lee, do. Connecticut. 
JohL Cahoone, do. Hhode-Island. 
S. H, Everett, do Massachusetts. 



141 
UNITED STATES CALENDAR. 



GOVERNMENT OF THE 

UHITED ST&TmS. 
JOHN Q. ADAMS, President of the 11 Stales: 

Salary, 25,00(1 dollars, per annum, 

JOHN C. CALHOUN, Vice President. 
Salary, 5,000 dollars. 



DEPARTMENTS OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. 

Department of State. 
Henry Clay, Secretary of State. Salary, dollars. 6,000 

Treasury Department* 

Richard Rusb,Penn. Secretary, 6000 

.loseph Anderson, Term. 1st Comptroller, 3500 

Richard Cutts, Vie 2d Comptroller, 3000 

Richard Harrison, Vt. 1st Aditor, 3000 

William Lee, Mass. 2d Auditor, 3000 

Peter Hagner, 3d \uditor, 3000 

Tobias Watkins. 4th \uditor, 3000 

Stephen Pleasanton, 5th Auditor, 3000 

Thomas Tudor Tucker, S. C. Treasurer, 3000 

Joseph Nourse, Va. Register, 3000 
George Graham,, Commissioner of Gen. Land Office 3000 

War Department. 

James Barbour, Va Secretary, 6000* 

Nathan Towson, Paymaster General, 2500 

Navy Department. 

Samuel L. Southard, N. J. Secretary, 6000 

General Post Office. 

John McLean. Ohio, Postmaster-General, 4000 

Abraham Bradley, Assist aut, 2500 

Phineas Bradley, \ssistant, 2500 



142 

Patent Office 
William Thornton, Superintendent; 

Mint, 
S'imuel Moore, Director, 
.«anies Rush, Treasurer, 
Adam Eckfeldt, Coiner, 
Wm. Kneas. Engraver, 



1500 



SECOND SESSION, 19TH CONGRESS. 



John C. Calhoun, of 

Maine. 
John Chandler, 
John Holmes, 

New Hampshire 
Samuel Bel], 
Levi Woodbury, 

Massachusetts. 
Elijah fiuptMilhs, 
Nathaniel Silsbee, 

Rhode Island. 
Nehemiah 11. Knight 
A slier Robbins 

Connecticut. 
Henry W. Edwards 
Calvin Willey 

Vermont* 
Dudley Chase 
Horatio Seymour 

JSfetv York. 
Martin Van Buren 
Nathan Sanforct 

JVew Jersey 
Mahlon Dickers on 
E'ohraim Batcmnn 



SENATE. 

South Carolina, President of 
Senate. 

Exit! Pennsylvania. 

1829 William Findlay 



182^ 

1829 
1.831 

1.827 
1829 

1829 
1827 

1827 
1831 

1831 

1827 

1827 
1829 

1829 
■j 007 



the 

Exit 
1827 
1831 

1827 



William Marks 

[Mlaware. 
Thomas Clayton 
Daniel Rodney IgSW . 

Maryland. 
Samuel Smith 1827 

E. F. Chambers 1031 

Virginia. 
Littleton W. Tazewell,l829 
John Randolph 1S27 

JSfyrth Carolina. 
Nathaniel Macon 1831 

John Branch 1829 

South Carolina. 
Robert Wllayne 1829 

William Harper 183J 

Georgia. 
J. Ivl'Pherson Berrien, 1831 
Thomas W.Cobb 1829 

Kentucky, 
Richard M. Johnson 1829 
[John llov/an J S3! 



143 



TennHs&ee, 
Jdht) H. En Ion 
IIughL. White 

Ohio. 
Willi urn H. Harrison, 
Benjamin Rubles 

Louisiana. 
Dominique Bouligny 
Josiah S. Jolmaton 

Indiana, 
"William Hendricks 
Barnes Noble 



Exit 

182? 
1329 

1831 
1827 

1829 
1831 

1831 



J\ lis si's sip/A. 
Thomas H. Williams 
Thomas 13 Heed 

Illinois. 
E'ias Kent Kane 
Jesse B Thomas 

Alabama. 
William R. King 
Vacant 

Missouri, 
David Barton 



1827-Thomas II. Benton 



Exit 

1820 
1827 

1831 

1829 

1820 
1831 

1831 

1827 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Maine 7~ John Anderson Will-am Burleigh David Kid- 
der Jeremiah O'Brien Pe!eg Sprague .Ebenezer Herrick. 
One Vacant- 

Aew Hampshire 6— -Tchabol Bartlett Titus Brown IV. 
Eas:man Joseph rl ealey Jonathan Harvey Thomas Whip- 
p!e^ jr. 

Massachusetts 13 — Samuel C. \l!en John Davis Henry 

W. Dwight Edward Everett John bailey Francis Bailies 

B.W.Crowninshield \aron H^bart John Locke Samuel 

Lathrop John Reed John Varnam Da »iel Webster. ? 

Rhode- Island 2 — Tristram Purges Datee J. Pearce. j 

Connecticut § — -John Baldwin \ T oyes Berber R. I. In- 

gersoil Elisha Phelps Gide on T >m!insoa Q.-ange Mer- 

win. \ 

Vermont fr-Vv^m, 0. Bradlev iolliiC. Vlallary John 
Mattock? Ezra Meeeh George E VVa'es. 

New York 3i— Pa<-<meni > ^lam- \V n, G. A.nge! Hen- 
ry Ashley Luther Badge- 3. C. Canihlreleng William 
Deitz Nic'ad Fosdic* Daniel G. Garnsey John Hallock 
jr. A. B. flasbrouck Michael 'iofi'rmn Moses 'layden 
C -varies Mump'irev ')auiet finguainjr. Jeromu* John. 
isoa Charles Kellogg W"m. Vl'VIanus U. C, Martindale 
Henry Marked D i Hey Warvii John Millar T M. Por- 
ter Si Van Rsa33e!a2r Henry S. Rois Robert S; Uose 



144 

Joshua S&ttds Henry B. Storrs James Strong John U* 
Taylor G. G. Verplanck Aaron Ward Bartow White 
Elisha Whittemore Silas Wood, 

JVexu- Jersey 6— George Cassedy Lewis Condict, Daniel 
Garrison George Holcombe Samuel Swan Ebenezer 
Tucker. 

Pennsylvania 26 — William Adams James Buchanan Sa- 
muel Edwards John Findlay Chauncey Forward Robert 
Harris Samuel D. Ingham Jacob Krebs Thomas Kittera 
George Kremer Joseph Lawrence Philip S. Markley 
Daniel H. Miller Charles Miner James S. Mitchell Sa- 
muel M'Kean John Mitchell Robert ©rr George Plumer 
Thomas U. Sill Andrew Stewart James S. Stevenson, 
Espy Van Home James Wilson George Wolf John 
VVurts. 

Delaware 1 — Louis M'Lane. 

Maryland 9. — John Barney Clement Dorsey John 
Leeds Kerr Peter Little Robert N. Margin George E. 
Mitchell George Peter Thomas G. Worthington John 
C. Weemj. 

Virginia 22— Mark Alexander W illiam S. Archer Wil- 
liam Armstrong jr. John S. Barbour Bur well Basset 
John Crump Thomas Davenport Benjamin instill John 
Fl«y d N. H.Claiborne Robert S. Garnett Joseph 
Johnson Charles F Mercer William M 'Coy Thomas 
Newton Alfred H. Powell William C. Rives William 
Smith Andrew Stevenson John Taliaferro ttobert Taylor 
James Trezvant. 

North- Carolina 13 — Willis Alston Daniel Barringer 
John H. Bryan Samuel P. Carson Henry W. Conner 
W. N. Edwards Richard Hines ttabt iel Holmes John 
Long Archibald M'Neill Lemuel Sawyer R. M. Saunders 
Lewis Williams. 

South' Carolina 9 — John Carter William Drayton Jo- 
seph Gist Andrew R. Govan James Hamilton jr. George 
M'Duffie Thomas U. Mitchell Sterling Tucker John 
Wilson. 

Georgia 7 — George Cary Alfred Cuthbert John For- 
syth C. E. Haynes Jas. Meriwether Edward F. Tattnall 
Wiley Thompson. 

Kentucky.— Richard A. Buckner James Clarke Robert 



145 

Al'Hatlou Francis Johnson Joseph Lecoropte, Rob 
ert P. Letcher Thomas P Moore Thomas Met 
calf, David Trimble, Charles A. Wickliffe, William F, 

Young, Henry, 

Tennessee, 9— A, R. Alexander, Robert Alien, John 
JBIair, John Cocke, Samuel Houston, Jacob C. Isaacs, 
John H. Marable, James C. Mitc-hel, JameB K Polk. 

Ohio, 14— Mordecai Bartley, Philemon Beacher, John 
W.Campbell, James Findlay, Wra. M'Lean, Thomas 
Shannon. John Sloane, John Thorasan, Samuel T. Vinton 
Joseph Vance, Ei'isha Whittlesy, William Wilson, John 
C. Wright, John Woods. 

Louisiana, 3— Wm. L. Brent, Heary II. Gurtey, Ed- 
ward Livingston. 

Indiana, 3. Rat cliff Jtoone, Jonathan Jennings, John 
Test. 

Illinois, 1-Danie? P. Cook. 

Alabama, 3— Gabriel Moore, George W. Owen. John 
M'Kee. 

Mississippi, 1— Wm. Hale. 

Missouri, 1 —John bcott. 



DELEGATES. 

Michigan Territory. — Austin E. Wing. 
Arkansas Territory — Heory W. Conway. 
Florida Territory.- Joseph M White. 

Matthew St. CWir Clark, Clerk— Salary §3000. 



New- London County Masonic Bible S$ciety* 

David Ueming esq- President. 
Vice Presidents Hon, Elias Perkins, Rev. Seth B.Pad- 
ock, Thomas T. Wells, Gurdon Trumbull, Nathaniel 
latson, Joshua Barstow, esquireB. 

Wm. T. Turner, Secretary. 

David N. Bently, Treasurer. 

(Samuel N. Fox, Nathaniel S. Perkins, Wm. Hyde, Mat, 

ew G. Wilbur, J. C. M. Broekway> Assist. Treasurers 

10 



146 

justiciary. 



Johft Marshall, of Va. Chief Justice of the United S'tatcs 
Salary, g5000. 
Associate Judges. — Salary, g4,500. 
Bashrod, Washington, Va» Robert Trimhle.Kv. 
William Johnson, jr S. C a Gabriel Duval, Md, 
Smith Thompson, N. Y. Joseph Story, Ms. 

Wm. Wirt, Md e Attorney General— Salary, g£>^0$ 

DISTRICT JUDGES. 

Maine, Asher Ware. N. Hampshire, John 5, Sher- 
burne. Massachusetts, John Davis- Rhode-Island, Johu 
Pitman. Vermont, Elijah Paine. Connecticut, William 
Bristol, New York, % District. Alfred Conkling, S> 
District, Vacant. 

Clerks to the Supreme. Circuit, and District Courts. 

Supreme Court, Vacant. District of New Hampshire, 
William Claggett,. Maine, John Mussey, jr. Massachu- 
setts, John W. Davis. Rhode Island, Benjamin Cowell, 
Vermont, Jesse Gove, Connecticut,G. A. Ingersoll. N. 
York, South District, James Dill— North District, R. R. 
Lansing.. 

Connecticut, Hezekiah Huntington, District Attorney. 
Charles A. Ingersoll, Clerk. 
Andrew Hull, Marshal. 

EHhuOimsted, Hartford — Erastus Osborn, New Haven 
-—Henry Carriogton, M>ddletown, Deputy Marshals* 



GOVERNORS of the several Sates. 

Ma"*ue, :»och Lincoln. New Hampshire, David L. 
Morrill. Vermont, Ezra Antler. Massachusetts, Levi 
Lincoln. Uhode Island, James Fenner. Connecticut, Ol- 
iver Wolcott New York, De Witt Clinton. New Jer- 
sey, Isaac R, Williamson. Pennsylvania, John Andrew: 
Shultz. Delaware, Charles Polk. Maryland, William 
Kent. Virginia, John TMer. North Carolina, Hatching 



147 

€J. Rariou. South Carolina, Joha Taylor. Georgia, 
Gfierge M. Troup. Kentucky, John Desha. Tennes- 
see, William Carrol:. Ohio, Allen Trimble. Lou 
ftlaua, Henry Johnson. Mississippi, Dav id Holmes. Ih 
*Haua, James B Kay. Illinois. Edward Cowles, Alba- 
nia, John Murphy. Missouri, John Miller- 

Territorial Governments Michigan. Lewis Cass, Sal 
iry, S 2000 - Arkansas, George Izzard, Salary, 2000 dollars* 
*• torlda, Wm. P. Duval, Salary, 2,500 dollars. 



INTERCOURSE WITH FOREIGN NATIONS 



Ministers Plenipotentiary, 

Albert Gallatin, Great Britain. Salary gSGGi> 

William Beach Lawrence, Secretarj 2000 

James Brown, France 9000 

Daniel Shelden, Secretary 2000 

Monry Middleton, Russia 9000 

Charles Pinkney, Secretary 2000 

Alexander H. Everett, Spain 9000 

John Adams Smith, Secretary 2000 

Joel R. Poinset, Mexico 9000 

John Mason, jr. Secretary 2000 

. Colombia , 90t0 

Beaufort T. Watts, Secretary 2000 

jlemau Allen, Chile 9000 

Samuel Larned, Secretary 2000 

Charge Des Affaires. 

Thomas L. L. Brent, Lisbon S*> 5 00 

Christopher Hughes, Brussels and Hague 4,500 

, Sweden 4,500 

Condy Raguet, Brazil 4,500 

William Miller, Guatemala 4,500 

John M. Forbes, Buenos Ayre» 4,500 



148 
consuls And commercial agents. 

Kingdom of Great Britain and Dependencies. 

Thomas Aspinwali. London Salary 2G0O 

James Maury, Liverpool Fees 

Herman Visger, Bristol do* 

Robert W Fox, Falmouth ■ do. 

Robert R, Hunter, Cowes do. 

Dav?d Walker. Glasgow do. 

Jacob Mark, C©r k do. 

Bernard Henry, Gibraltar do. 

Kingdom of France and Dependencies. 

Isaac Cox Barnet, Paris Faes 

Daniel Strobel, Bordeaux do. 

Joshua Dodge, Marseilles de. 

Francis C. Fenwick, Nantes do. 

Silas Marean, Martinique do. . 

Empire of Russia. 

Abraham R. Gibson, St. Petersburg do. 

Consvis to the Barbary Powers. 

Wiliiam Whaler, Algiers 4000 

Chai les D. Cox, Tunis 2000 

Thomas D. Anderson, Tripoli 2000 

John Mullowny, Tangier 2000 



Gommissioners for asscer taming ckums and titles to Land 
in the I erritory of Florida 
Davis Floyd, ®eor^e Murray, and << raven P. Luckett. 
Salary g2000 per annum. 

Commissioner and Arbitrator en the part of the United 

States, under the St. Petersbupg Convention of \%tk 

July, 1822. 

Langdon Cheves, Commissioner, Salary g4444,ii 

Henry Seawell, Arbitrator 3333.33 

Commissioners for Boundaries , under the 6th and 7th or* 

tides of the Treaty oj Ghent. 
Peter B. Porter, Commissioner, Salary 2,500 

Joseph Delafield, Agent 2,500 



140 
MINISTERS AND CONSULS 

Of Foreign Powers % resident \n the United States, 

From France 
Count do Menou charge des affaires. 
Mr. C. de Bresson secretary of Legation Washington 
Mr. J. B. A. M. Deseze consul JB.»sto». 
Mr. LeCompte D'Bspmtille copuj N. Yo»-k, 

From Great Britain 
Charles Richard Vaughan envoy extraordinary and minis- 
ter plenipotentiary, 
Charles #ankhead Secretary ©{"legation. 
Anthony St. John i?aker cons«, 1 general 
George Manners consul for Mass. iSoston 
John Barnard Gilpin consul Newport, R I. 
James Stewart consul New London Conn. 
James Buchanan consul tor s^te and city of N", Y. 

From Russia* 
Uaron Krudener envoy extraoiduiary and mm ster pleu-* 

ipotentiary 
ifaron F. de Vlaltitz charge des affauet 
From Spam, Don Tacon minis* e- plenipotentiary. 
From Portugal. C W* »"• Constance charge des affaires* 
From Austria. Baron de Lederer consul for N" Y„ 
From Eussw. M. Meiderstettsr change dea arfaires. * 
From Sweden* Baotk Stacfceibrrg mm inter resident. 
From the Netherlands. C, D 16. \. i*^,aaa Hay- 
gens, envoy ext &c. 
From JWexico. Don Jose M. Zozaya minister plen. 
From Colombia Don Jose M. 8j.z< amuter p in. 
From Central America, Anthony J. Canas minister 

plen. 
From Brazd. Sy|v es ter Rebello minister plcnipo.* 

Christopher Griffiag vice consul Sew London. 
From Buenos Ayres- Gen* Alvear minister plen. 



150 
AR MY XI ST. 

Jacob Brown, major general 

'ftdmund P. Gaines, brigadier general, maj. gen. brey, 

Winfield Scott, brig, general maj. gen. brev. 

"Lieut. Col Roger Jones, adj. general. 

Thomas S. Jessup, brig gen. and qr. master gen/ 

Col. John E. Wool, insp, gen. 

Major Wm, Linnard, qr. master. 

Col Samuel B. Archer, insp. gen. 

Major Henry Stanton, qr. master. 

Col. George Gibson, com. gen, subsistence, 

Callender Irvine, com. gen. purchases. 

Col, Nathan Towson, paymaster general* 

Joseph Lovell. surgeon gene>*l 

Corps of Engineers. 
Alexander Macomb, Chief engineer, maj. gen. brevet 
Gen. Simon Uernatd, assistant, Lt. col Gratiot. MajqV 
J. G. Totten, iieut. coi. brev. Msj. Samuel Babcwk. 
ARTILLERY. 
Cohnels. James Ho.use, Walker K. Armistead, James 
R. Penwick. 

lieutenant Colonels. George Bom ford, col. by brevet 
— William Lindsay, Col. by brevet- Abram Eustis, Wlltam 
JJ^acrea, Colonel by brevet 

Majors J B m Walbach, Iieut col. by brev. J. Hind- 
man col. by brev. J. /fankhead, Lt, Col by brev. J. B, 
Crane, 

INFANTRY, 

Colonels T. Chambers, Hugh Z?rady. brig, gen . by 
brevet, Ninian Pinkney, Duncan L. Clinch, Josiah -Snel- 
iing, Henry \lkii.son, brig gen by brevet. Matthew 
Arbuckle, H. Leavenworth. 

Lieutenant Cote. Xbraham It. Woolley John M'Neal, 
col # by brevet. William* Lawrence, Wilioughby Mor* 
gan! G. M. Brooke, Col. by brevet. Z. Taylor. J. B. 
Many , 

Majors. David E. Twigs, Enos Cutler, Daniel Bake 
Josiah H. Vose, Alex. Cummings, William Davenport* ■ 



151 

NAVY, 



ttAVY BOARD. 

William Bainbridge, President, Salary, 3,500 dollars, 
Charles Morris, LewiBWarrington,Commissioner$,Salarv 

3,500 dollars. 
C. W, Goldsborough, Secretary, Salary, 2000 dollars* 

CAPTAINS. 

John Rodgers, J. Barron, W jftainbrrdgo, T. Tmgey C. 
Stewart, Isaac Hull, Isaac Chauncey, Jacob Jones,Charles 
Morris, Arthur Sinclair, Lewis Warrington, v> m. M, 
Crane, James T. Leonard James Biddle, Charles G- 
Ridgely, Daniel T. Patterson, Melancthon T # Woolseyj 
John 6. Creighton, John Dewnes, John D» Henley, Jesse 
2). Elliott, Robert Henley, Stephen Cassin, Jaraes Ren- 
shaw. Thomas Brown, Charles C. B. Thompson, \. S* 
Wadsworth, George W. Rodgers, George C. Read, Henry 
El Ballaul, David Deacon. 

MASTERS COMMANDANT 

Louis Alexis, Sidney Smith, Samuel Woodhouse* 
William Carter, Joseph J. Nicholson, Wolcott 
Chauncey Edmund P. Kennedy, Alexander tame-, Dallas, 
^fohn B. Nicholson, Beekman V. Hoffman, Jesse Wilkin, 
son, George Budd,T. Ap. Catesby Jones, ,iohn Porter, 
Wm B' Finch, Wm. B. Shubrick, Benjamin W ZJooth, 
Alexander Claxton, Charles W. Morgan, Lawrence Keai 
ny, FoxhallA. Parker, Edward R. M'Ca«l. Daniel Tur- 
ner, David Conner, John Gallagher, Thomas Holdup 
Stevens, Wm. H. Hunter, John D. Sloat, Matthew C. 
.Perry. 

UNITED STATES' MARINE CORPS. 

Archibald Henderson, Lieutenant Colonel Commandant 
CAPTAINS— R. Smith, Lieutenant Colonel by i?rev. 
It. D; Wainrighf, Wm. Anderson, Samuel Miller, John 
M. Gamble, Majors ly Bre*. Saa>«e L. Watson, 
William H. Freeman, Joseph L. Kuhn, Pavrn ?**•*• r 'i">' 
R, Broom. . Hitchcock 

i m. S. Camp 
wen, D. L. Parmelee 



152 

Vessels of War of the United States 9 Navy. 

LINE OF BATTLE SHIPS. 
Independence, Washington, Franklin, Columbus, Ohio, 
Horth Carolina, Delaware— 74 guns. 

FRIGATES, FIRST CLASS. 
Constitution, United States, Guerriere, Java* Potomac. 
Brandy wine— 44 guns. 

FRIGATES, SECOND CLASS. 
Congress, Constellation, Macedonian,36, Fulton (steam) 
50 guns. 

CORVETTES. 
John Adams, Cyane — 24 guns. 

SLOOPS OF WAR. 
Hornet, Erie, Ontario, Peacock, Lexington Warren— 
--18 guns. 

OTHER VESSELS. 
Spark, brig, Dolphin, schooner, Grampus, do. Por° 
poise, do. Shark do. \% guns, Fox do. 3 guns, Alert store 
ship, Decoy do. 3 guns, Sea Gull, galliot- 

Eecapitulation. — 7 Lite of Ifattle ships. 6 Frigates of 
First '-lass. 4 Frigates ot Second Class. 2 Corvettes. 6 
Sloops of War. I Brig. 5 Schooners, i Steam Galliot. 
I Store Ship (armed.) 



PAY && OF THE ARMY. 



Major General 

Brigadier General 

Adjutant General 

Inspector General 

Quartermaster Genera! 

" ^TieuVena^^^ 2 *00 do11 *- P« aun. 

col hy brevet, t • • • 50 

San*. G. M. B rooke, r ourchases, 3000 

Many , 

Majors. David E. Twig*.. 

Josiah H. Vose, Alex. Cummu» b 



IANK OR GRADE. 






Pay per Rations 

month, per day, 

200 15 


. • 


104 12 


. 


90 6 


... 


60 6 


eral 


104 n 



153 

Commissary General, subsistence. . 
Topographical Engineer . 
Surgeon General, 2500 dolls, per ann. 
Colonel 

do. of ordnance 
Lieut. Col. 

do- ordnance 
Major 

do, ordnance 
Captain 

do, ordnance 
First Lieut. 

do. ordnance 
Cadet . 



90 


6 


60 


h 


To 


6 


90 





GO 


5 


75 


a 


50 


4 


60 


4 


40 


O 


50 


3 


30 


o 


33 13 


3 


16 


2 



POST-OFFICES AND POST MASTERS 
IN CONNECTICUT. 

Ashford. Batid Bolles 
Rastford Dyer Clark 
Abington L'>d uicuD Williams I 



Cant n, I3eij. Weed, jr. 

Isaac VI ills 
Chelsea Landing, C. Kinney 
^Barkhamstech Geo. H, Clark/Cheshire, %m. Hitchcock, jr. 
Berlin, Norris Wilco r /Chester, Hani Denison 

Bethel (Dan.) O. Shephard Colchetter, Ralph Isham 
Bethlem, S. Church r Colebrook. Jiias Treat 



Belton, Saul Aivord 
Bradleysville, Litchfield, 

Henry W^dsirorth 
Branford, O in D. Squire 

Samuel Cooke 
Bridgeport, Jesse Sterling 
Bristol, Geo. Vliteheil 
Brookneld, Henry ttuggles 
Brooklyn, Adams While, jr 
Burlington, H. Hungeiford 
Bozravilie, C. Woodworth 
Canaan, Fitch Ferris 



Colebrook. Meeting House, 

Ebenezer Jenks 
Coir. wm *, u<o. Wheaton 
ComWii! ; B»-)dge, vVm. Lewis 
Coventry j Daniel Loomis, jr, 
S. Coventry, S. Woodworth 
Columbia, S. T. Ifosmer 

hatham, John Stewart 
Chaplin, Ivory Soule 
Oanbnry, Zalmon Wildman 
Uarien, Rutus Bell 
Derby. Russel Hitchcock 



S. Canaan, Wra. M. BurraijOurhana, \Vm. S. Camp 
Canterbury, Jed. Johnson | '6. Goshen, D. L. Parmelee 



154 



E. Granby, Hoiface Glai k 
R. Haddara, Timothy Green 
K. Hartford, Joseph Goodwin 
B. Windsor, Edgar Bissell 

Warehouse pt J. B Chap- 
in fin 
Enfield, H. Thompson 
Ktlsworth, (Sharon) T.Camp 
Ellington, Win. Morgan 
Essex, Alvin P Whittemore 
East Guilford, Curtis Wilcox 
East Haven, S. Thompson 
Fairfield, James Knapp 
TYrmington, S. Richards 
Franklin, Ama'sV Hyde 
Glastenhury, Jos. Welles 
3. Glastenbury Geo. Merrick 
Goshen, D, S. Par?., lee 
Granby, ''ezekiah G- ►o«1i ich 
Greenwich, Isaac Weed 
Gr is wold John Johnson 
Guilford, Reuben Elliott 
Groton, Ebjah Bailey 
Haddam, Jonathan Arnold 
Hampton, Dan Rulkley 
Hartford, lanathan Law 
Hartland, Phelps Hamphrev, 

Eli Wide. 
fIarwinton,&sahet Hooker 
Hebron, A. Ilendee 

Andover, L. Ilendee 
Huntington, Menzies Rayner 
Humphreysville,) T.W het ler 
Jewett's City, J Johnson 
Kent, Weils jReardsley 
Killingly, J. Adams, J. Field 
KillinglY Centre, H. Rlash 

field 
Killingworth, Jared Carter 
Lebanon, Roger Bailey 
Litchfield, Chas. Seymour 



Milton, G P. Welch 

S. Farms, E. J. Wocdrjtff 
Lisbon, Thomas Kinsman 
Lyme, Charles Smith 

River Head, P. Comstock 
Manchester, (Oxford) WeUs 

Woodbridge 
Mansfield Thos. Clark 
Manfifield Centre, Z. Stores 
Madison, Curtis Wilcox 
Marlborough, E H. Bueli 
Meriden, Patrick Lewis 
VJiddlebnry, Eli Thompson. 
M'ddletown, Joshua Stow 

Upper H#uses, J. Sage 
MiUorcf, Wi'liam Strong 
Vfvstfc River. John Hyde 
Middle Haddam, J. Stewaii 
Montville, John Chapman 
Monroe, Hall Beardslee 
New Hartford, H. Cowles 
New Haven, Wm. H. Jones 
N"ew London, B. Way 
New Mi?ford,Phi!o Noble 
New Preston, Shelden Camp 
Newf©wn, Czar Kecler 
Norfolk lo-enh Jones 
North ford Augustus Tyler 
North ington \ Wheeler 
Noith KiUngworth Aaron 

Wilcox 
North Stonington Thos, T. 

\\ r e\h 
Nor walk Wm M J5etts 
Norwich John Hvde 
V. Canaan Edward Nash 
Oxford D.vid Candee 
Plainfield Elkanah C. Eaton 
Plymouth ApoUos Warner 
Pom fret Lemuel Grosveobr 
Preston Samuel M. Downey 



155 



N. Preston Sheldon Camp 
Uedding Joseph Darling 

Town House VV. Sand ford 
Ridgefield Wm. Keeler 
Itidgebury S. G. Lynes 
Rocky Hi!!, ( Wethersneld) 

Wm. Robbins 
Tloxbary Royal R. Hinman 
Salem J Whittlesey 
Salisbury Edward Rockwell 
Saugatuck S. Morehouse 

A.C Peat 
Say brook Hum prey Piatt 
Sharon Treat Gamp 
Sherman Isaac Sherwood 
Sinasbury Jeffrey O. Phelps 
Somers Walter R. Kibbe 
South mgton Chestei Whit 

tlesev 
Stafford Springs B Mann 
Stamford lames Stevens 
Sterling Benj. Tuckerman 
Southburv Isaac Johnson 
Stomngton G. Trumbull 
Stratford David Brooks 
Suffiel* WisiiamGay 
Thompson Simon Davis 
Tolland Luther Eaton 
Torringford Nathaniel Smith 



Trumball Clihu Oeach 

Lon? Hill S. Beardslefc 
Torrington //arvey PalfDti 

Samuel Uradly 
Union Nathaniel Newell 
Vernon Lebbeus P. Tinker 
Vofuntown Miner Robbins 
Wailingford J. Carrington 
Warren Geo. P. Tallmadgfc 
Washin^tonkfl. Marshall 
Waterbury F.Tf&fcven worth 
Watertown Benj.vDe Fcrc^i 
Waterford J. Bulkeley 
Weston Jesse Wakeman 
West-!*ro<»k A T. Wilcox 
W Chester F G, Comstosk 
W Hartford A. G«odman 
Wethersneld J L. JBelden 
Wilton \. R. .getts 
WilJingtop Jona. Weston 
Winchester Horace HiglCy 

Sa Hue' Hu'lburt 
Windham John Staniford 

Guy C. /iibbard 
VintonburvJ. iiurnstead 
Windsor Wm. Howard 
Wo dbur> Leman Sherman 
vVo<Mist ck Geo Bowen 
, At •* oodstock C Kibbee 



RATES OF POSTAGE. 

For* Single Letters, composed of one piece of i)*pei\— 
\uy distance ot exceeding il ol- 6* ■. -trs. )ver 30 
and under 80 mites, 10 cent*, ot-r 80 md not exceeding 
350 miles, VI 1-2 cents. Over 150 and not exceeding 400 
miles, 18 3-4 cents. Over 400 mi'e=? ? 25 cents. 

Double Letters, or those composed of two pieces 
of paper are charged with double th >se rates 

Triple Letters, with triple thoae rates — Quadruple I*et» 
iers with quadruple those rates provided tuey weigh one 
ounce— otherwise with triple postage — Every Paehage 
composed of four or ore pieces of paper, and weighing' 



156 

one ounce or more, is to be charged with single postage 
for each quarter of an ounce, except letter « conveyed by 
water mails, which are not to be charged with more than 
quadruple postage, unless the packets actually contain 
more than tour distinct letters. 

Newspapers. Each paper carried not over 100 miles 
I cent. Over 100 miles, I 1-2 cents But if .carried to 
any Post Office in the state in which it is printed, what* 
ever be the distance, the rate is 1 cent. 

Magazines, Pamphlets a nd Legislative Journals, 

Carried not over 1 00 miles, a sheet, 1 1-2 cents, 
do. over 100 riniles, 3 1 -2 cents, 

g Magazines and Pamphlets which are not published Pe- 
riodically, are to be charged for 100 miles or less, 4 cents 
a sheet. Over 100 miles 6 cents. 



COURTS. 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 



JUNE 


At Hartford, tecond 


Tuesday 




Litchfield, third 


do. 




Dan bury, fourth 


do. 




N. Haven, '1'ues. fol # fourth do. 


JULY 


At Middlchvu. (al second 


do. 




New London, (a) third 


do. 


"■ 


Broofciyn, fourth 


do. 




Tolland, Toes, fol fourth 


do, 


SUPERluR C 




JANUARY 


Ai r»iookiy« , first 


do. 




New-Haven, third 


do. 




Norwich, fourth 


do. 


FEBRUARY 


At Hartford, second 


do. 




LitchfieM, third 


do. 




Middietown, fourth 


ilO. 


APRIL 


Tolland, third 


do. 


AUGUST 


New Haven, second 


do. 




Litchfield, third 


do. 




Haddam, fourth 


do. 


SEPTEMBER 


Hartford, fourth 


do. 




Brooklyn, second 


im 



i 



157 

September Danbury, fourth rues 

OCTOBER New London, first do. 

DECEMBER Fairfield, last do. 

Tolland, fourth dot 

COUNTY COURTS 

FEBRUARY At Danbury, second a do, 

MARCH Norwich, first a do. 

Tolland, second do. 

ISew Haven, third do. 

Brooklyn, third do. 

Hartford, fourth do 

APRIL Litchfield, first do, 

Fairfield, third do. 

Haddam, Tues. after 1st Mon, do. 

JUNE New London 2d Tues, dt. 

New Haven, fourth do, 

AUGUST Hartford, second do. 

Brooklyn, third do. 

Tolland, second do. 

Litchfield, fourth do. 

Middletown, third do. 

Litchfield, first do. 

Hartford, second do . 

Norwich, third do. 

Dan bury, third do. 

New Haven fourth. do. 

Brooklyn, second do 

Litchfield, third do* 



SEPTEMBER 

OCTOBER 
NOVEMBER 
NOVUM BE K 



DECEMBER 



UNITED STATES COURTS. 

FEBRUARY District, New Haven 4th Tuesday. 

APRIL Circuit— New Haven 19th day. 

MAY District— Hartford 4th Tuesday. 
AUGUST Disttict-^New Haven 4th do. 

SEPTEMBER Circuit— Hartford 17th day. 
NOVEMBER District— Hartford 4th Tuesday , 



158 
PUBLIC DEBT, &c. 



The aggregate of the Public Debt, of the United 
States, on the first of October 1826, was §75.923.151 47 
On the 1st of January 1827, the sum of $2,002,806 71 
will be paid— leaving at that time, an aggregate of 
|73.920.844 76. Of this debt 13.296.247 70, being the 
remnant of the debt of the Revolution, and 7.OOO.OQ0 
subscribed to the Bank of the United States — a total of 
2D. 296. 247 70 are redeemable at the pleasure of the Go- 
vernment. The Revolutionary Debt bears an interest- 
of 3 per cent, the remaining 55.626.903 77 become due 
at the following periods : 1st 11.254.197 46, at six per 
V<mt. in 1826— 2d, 13.096.542 90, at six per cent, in 
1827— 3d, 9.490.099 10, at 6 per cent, in 1828— 4th, 
769.668 03, at 4 1-2 per cent, in 1829— 5th, 769.668 00 
.at 4 1-2 per cent, in 1830- 6th, 18.S01 59, at 5 per 
cent, in 1831 — 7th, 18.901 59 at 5 per cent, in 1832— 
8th, 10.000.000 at 4 1-2 per cent, in 1832— 9th, 999.992 
J3,at5 percent, in 1 832-— 10th, 18.901 59,at5 percent. 
m 1833—1101,2,227.363 97, at 4 1-2 percent, in 1833 

12th, 2.227.363 98, at 4 1-2 percent. 1834— and 13th 
4.735.296 30, at 5 per cent, in 1835. 

Above thirteen millions of the d(bt will become pay- 
able within little more than 12 months, all of which 
pears an interest of 6 per cent. It is proposed to defray 
u moiety of this amount, by raising a mw loan, at an 
interest of 5 per cent, payable in 1829-30-31. By this 
operation, a saving, will be effected to the public in the 
reduction ol interest, of $90,000. The portion of debt, 
the redemption of which is now charged on the years 
1829-30-31, scarcely exceeds a million and a half. 

The whole Revenue for 1827, is estimated at 23,150,. 
000 dollars, and the expenditures at 20,702,954 dollar?, 
viz. civil and diplomatic department, 1,826,549 dollars;, 
military ,5,646,144 dollars, naval, 3,230 : 260 dollars, anc\ 
the jgtibltc debt, 10,000,000 dol' 



159 

* r ERRJ2TJ. ADD— Nathan Code}', Alfred TeiTjtafcor? 
treys, Hartford: Selah H. Treat, attorney, Bast Windsor 

KKASE— ) M. Sterling attorney, New Haven, remov- 
ed * Thomas J. Murdock,clergyman,Caiiterbarj vie ceased 1 

ALTERATIONS— Joseph Darling, 'treasurer, New 
Haven County, vice Daggett, resigned : William Wattles* 
Ifeputy Sheriff, Lebanon, vice Tildes. 



INDEX. 



ACADEMY, Faeon 
Cheshire 

Middletown 

Tlainfield 
Almanack 
Agricultural 

""Society liartford 
Allotment of Judges 
Asylum 
Associations 
Attorneys see Counties 
BANKS. 

Fairfield 

Hartford 

V/Hc afield 

Mechanics' 

Middletown 

New Haven 

New-London 

Norwich. 

Phoenix 

Savings. Middletown 
Norwich 

Stonington 

Thames 

Union 

O. S, Branch 

Windham County 
Bible Society Connect. 

New. London Gounty 

N.bond. Cy.Masonic 



ag« 


Bishops 


115 


122 fcishoV* fond trusses 


W 


m 


Boroughs i&fr. 


-127 


\<m 


Bridge* 


12 


Yl'l 


CITIES 






Hartford 


\Z\ 




New-Haven 


12* 


1&3 


New London 


1*25 


^48 


Middletown 


125 


122 


Not wicii 


1«S 


IIS 


Colleges 






Yale 


US 




Washington 


119 


131 


Commis. on assessment 


77 


128 


Turnpikes 


«9 


12 


Bridges 


7* 


129 


Ferries 


72 


130 


Union Co. 


74 


129 


Thames Cj. 


GS 


129 


Florida Land Claims 


140 


130 


St. Petersburg Coaven 


. 149 


128 


Boundaries under 




132 


Treaty of Ghent 


149 


132 


Connect. Government 




131 


Exec and Legislative 


44 


130 


Judicial and Civil 


iT 


13C 


Hartford Count? 


A9 


12S 


Fairfield. 


50 


131 


Litchfield 


«1 


116 Windham 


5* 


1 t7l New Haven 


51 


m 


n New London 


SZ 



160 



Middlesex 
Tolland 
Connect. Uiver Co. 
Courts 

Distances fm. Washing 
Eclipses 

Education Society 
Electors' Meeting 
Farmington Canal Co. 
Ferries 

General Association 
Certifying Cornra.ttee 
Delegates 

Receivers of Money 
Hale Donation 
Hartford Bridge Co. 
Insurance Co Marine 

do. Fire 

Light Hause Inspectors 
Litchfield Village 
MILITIA 
Masonic 
Chapters 
Councils 
Encampments 
G,G. R. A, Chapter 
Grand Chapter 
Grand Counc;l 
Grand Lodge 
Lodges 

Select Masters 
Median. Soc. N. Haven 
Medical Society 

Examiners 
Ministers & Churches 
do. unsettled 

do. Licentiates 

Missionary Societies 
Connecticut 
Domestic 



641 Hartford County lit 

65 Tolland County 117 

133 NOTARIES g$ 

Ibt r\ B. K. 122 

22 Pay of the Array 152 

3 Post Masters in Conn. 153 

122 Postage Rates 155 

19, Probate Courts « 67 

134 Retreat for Insane 123 
72 Roads 2S 

1 14 Selectmen h Treasurers 77 

114 Surveyors of Land 75 

114 Steam Boat Companies 

115 Conn. River 134 

135 Hartford 134 

134 FABLES 4-17-18-19 
1,3a Tariff 23 
13 Drawbacks 40 
140 Tare, Drafts. &c. 4.1 

135 Terms of credit 42 
SI Town Clerks & Collec. 74 

1 Thames Channel Co. 73 

Turnpikes 69 

Union Company I33 
(/Tilted States 9 Calendar, 

Army 150 
Klerks U. S. Courts 



146 

138 Col!eetors,8fc. U S 146 

138 Diplomatic 147 

139 Executive <!ie. 14 2 
138 Governors of States 14g 

134 Judiciary 146 

135 Ministers & Consuls 145 
119 Mint 142 
lOf. Navy i5l 

112 Patent 142 

113 Post offices 153 
.Postage 155 

116 Representatives 143 

ll6)Senators lig 



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§5 



GREEN'S 

rONNECTICUT REGISTER,! 

AND 



United Stales' Calendar/ 



<•>■ 



WLP- 



FOR 



4828. 






974.6 
C7673a 
1828 
1217012 



M 






/ 



Q 



1827-1828. 



THE 

CONNECTICUT ANNUAL 

SES-ISTER, 

AND 

w&nittxi States' ata&etttrar: 

EMBRACING THE POLITICAL YEAR: 

CONTAINING 
An Almanack ; Executive, Legislative, Judicial, Civil, and 
Military Officers of the State of Connecticut ; Principal 
Town Officers ; Notaries Public ; Clergy ; Clerical, Med- 
ical, Masonic, Religious, Charitable, Missionary, and 
other Societies; City, Borough, Bank, and Militia Offi- 
cers; Commissioners on Turnpikes, Bridges and Fer- 
ries ; Officers of Colleges and Academies; Attorneys ; 
Courts ; Constitution of the State of Connecticut ; Gov- 
ernors of the States ; Government of the United States, 
Executive, Legislative, Judicial, and Territorial; Army 
and Navy Lists, Collectors and Surveyors; Ministers 
and Consuls, Post Masters ; Postage ; iloads , Tables of 
Interest, Tides, Foreign Coins, fccc. 



NEW-LONDON: 

COMPILED, PRINTED, AND SOLD BY 

SAMUEL GREEN. 



r 




DISTRICT OF CONNECTICUT, SS, 

BB IT REMEYlREttED, That oa the 
Twenty- second day of August, in the fift, -se- 
cond year of the Independence of the United 
States of America, Hmuel Green of the said 
District, hath deposited in this office,, the titie of a ttook, the 
right whereof he claims as Vuthor, ia the words following, 
to lait— 4 The Connecticut Annual Register, and United 
States' Calendar, embracing the political year. Containing; 
an Almanack, Executive, Legislative, Judicial Civil, and Mi- 
litary Officers of the State of Connecticut, Principal Town 
Office s, Moune* Public, Clergy, Clerical* Medical. Vlasoo>c, 
Religious, Charitable, Missionary, and other -societies, City, 
Borough, Bank, and Militia Officers, Commissioners on Turn- 
pikes, Bridges, and Ferries, Officers of Colleges and A cade* 
mies, Attorneys, Courts, Constitution of the State of Con* 
necticut, Gove? uor» of the States, Government of the United 
States, BKecutive, Legislative, Judicial, and Territorial. Ar 
my and Navy Lists, Collectors and -surveyors, .'vl misters and 
Consuls, r ostmasters, Postage, Roads, l'aoles of Interest, 
Tides, Foreign Coins, &c." 

In conformity to tne ^et of Coagress, of the United States 
entitled, "an aet tor the encouragement of learning, by secu- 
ring the copies of Map* Chares, *nd Books, to the authors 
and proprietors of suca ct»pies,darmg the times therein men* 
tientct," aud aUj to the act en tit ed •* an aet supplementary 
au act,enti d 'an act for tne encouragement of learning, 
" by securing i ie copies of maps, charts and books, to the 
authors and or »pi ietor* of such copies during the tmies 
therein meauo- ed,' and extending the benefits thereof to 
the arts ot designing, engraving, and etching historical and 
•ther prints." UlXiiu. k.lSG&HsOuii, 

Clerk of the district of Connecticut* 

A true copy of Record, examined ••d sealed by m . 
CHARLti** A ltfGc$R>OLL, 
&erh of the Dtvtrtct 9f Connecticut 



ECLIPSES, 

In the year 1827. 

III. Third will be of the Sun, October 20th. at 
llh. jn the forenoon, to us «n visible, by reason of 
moon's south latitude, but in lat. 69deg. 40m. S. : 
long. 65deg. 14m. W. the sun will be centrally 
eclipsed, ou the meridian, 

IV. The fourth will be of the moon, November 
3d, at Oh. 26m. in the afternoon, to us invisible. 



In the year 1828. 

THERE w ill be but two Eclpses this year, and betfc 
of the Sun, as follows, viz; 

I. The fiist will be April the 14th at 4h. 31m. in 
the morning, invisible : (J in ,ong. Os. 24 de«* 23m 
Moon s latitude 8 1-2 N. * 

II. The second will be October 8th, at 7b. 31m 
in the afternoon T^ible: <$ ia W. 6a, 1 jde^lOnx* 
Moon's latitude 6 1-2 S, 5 * 



Chronological Cycles for 1828. 

Dominical Letters, F E | olar Cycle, i<x 

Lunar Cycle or Golden | Roman Indictioa. * 

v P Jr ber < ,J J ****** W <j 

1217012 



A TABLE, showing the. difference of High Wa- 1 
ter, at several places from New London. 

Thesixth column of each monthly page sbows the 
time of high water at New London, N. York,Elizabeth« 
town Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cape Henlopen,Cockspur, 
in Georgia, and Brunswick, in N. Carolina — to which if 
you add and subtract as r in the annexed table, you will 
have the time of high water at the following places, A 
shows that the annexed quantity of time must be added, 
S. subtracted — H stands for hours— -m for minutes. 



Names of Places. 


H. M« 


Names of Places. 


B. U 


Amboy 


S. 


45»Newburyp*rt 


A. 


2 45 


Annapolis, Md. 


S. 


2 


New Haven 


A. 


1 50 


Annapolis, Nova. 


A. 


3 


New Providence 


S. 


1 25 


New Bedford 


S. 


1 12 


Norwich Landing 


A. 


45 


Boston 


A. 


2 15 


Penobscot 


A. 


3 


Cape Ann 


A. 


2 45 


Pensaco*a 


S. 


1 


Cape Fear 


S. 


1 


Philadelphia 


A. 


4 20 


Casco Bay 


A. 


2 15 


Piscataway 


A. 


2 40 


Charleston Bar 


S. 


2 20 


Plymouth 


A. 


1 45 


Fairfield 


A. 


£ 


Port Koyal, s. c. 


1 s. 


30 


Frederica 


S. 


1 


Portsmouth 


A 


2 45 


Georgetown bar 


s. 


2 20 


Providence 


S. 


1 


Guilford 


A. 


1 30 


Quebec 


A. 


3 


Halilax 


A. 


3 


Rhode Island 


S. 


45 


Hell Gate 


A. 


30 


Salem 


A 


2 45 


Hartford 


A. 


2 20 


Sandy Hook 


A. 


55 


Huntington 


A. 


% o 


•bavaunah 


S. 


1 12 


Ipswich 


A. 


2 45 


• a ay brook . 


A. 


15 


Jamestown 


A. 


50 


St. Augustine, B. 


S. 


1 25 


Louisburg 


A. 


3 


•t. Johns. Newf, 


A. 


3 


Main Ocean 


S. 


45 


J j fc e Bar 


A. 


15 


Mobile Point 


A. 


6 


Williams, Va. 


A, 


2 15 


Naulucket 


S. 


1 30 


Wilmington, N. C.A, 


2 15 



. Vll. Mo. JULY hath 31 days. 1827. 


first qr.2d. 2li.21m.rucm. 
fiiUmo.8il.5b. 4S.m.aft. 
Lastqr.l5d. 31). 48m. aft. 


New mo.23d.7h. 57m. after 
First qr. 31d. lOh. 12m. mo^ 


M|w| Calendar. &c. l©i*.(CM |F.sen|r. 3) s. 1 


1 


G 


3d aft. Trin. 6 f 7) Ij . A 


4 32 


7 28 


2 33 


10 22 


2 


Z 


Visit. BVM. growing 


4 32 


7 28 


3 21 


11.56 


3 


3 


season. Rather cool for July 


4 32 


7 28 


4 12 


morn. 


4 


4 


Tr.term ends. Iiidcpe n d. 76 


4 33 


7 27 


5 7 


33 


5 


5 


M. runs low. Expect rain 


4 33 


7 27 


6 5 


1 19 


6 


6 


Day br. 2h.l7m. & perhaps 


4 3S 


7 27 


7 6 


2 6 


7 


7 


2 rise 2h. 50m. thunder- 


4 34 


7 26 


8 9 


3 S 


8 


G 


4 aft. Trin. 7fs«t 10h.36m. 


4 34 


7 26 


9 11 


J> rise, 


9 


2 


Mo perigee. Variable 


4 35 


7 25 


10 11 


7 54 


10 


3 


High tides. weather. 


4 36 


7 24 


11 7 


8 38 


11 


4 


©si. cl. 5m. Pleasant. 


4 36 


7 24 


morn. 


9 12 


12 


5 


d % rery warm. 


4 37 


7 23 


1 


9 41 


13 


6 


weather. A growing season 


4 38 


7 22 


50 


10 11 


14 


7 


9 rise 2h. 55m. 


4 38 


7 22 


1 38 


10 46 


15 


G 


5 aft. Trin. Some rain and 


4 39 


7 21 


2 25 


11 20 


1G 


2 


thunder near these dayr . 


4 40 


7 20 


3 11 


11 50 


17 


3 


Day br, 2h 30m. 


4 40 


7 20 


3 57 


morn. 


10 


4 


Warm pleasant weather-. 


4 41 


7 19 


4 44 


31 


19 


5 


% setsl0h.3lm. Distant 


4 42 


7 18 


5 31 


1 13 


20 


6 


9rise3h.2m. thunder. 


4 43 


7 17 


6 18 


1 55 


21 


7 


M. apogee. Changable. 


4 43 


7 17 


7 6 


2 45 


22 


G 


6 aft. Trin. Thunder show. 


4 44 


7 16 


7 54 


3 35 


VJ 


2 


(7) ent. $1 ers in some 


4 45 


7 15 


8 41 


>sets 


24 


3 


places. G*od weather for 


4 46 


7 14 


9 27 


7 23 


25 


4 


Dog days begin haying. 


4 47 


7 13 


10 13 


7 55 


26 


5 


9 rise 3h. 11m. 


4 48 


7 12 


I'D 58 


8 27' 


27 


6 


Warm. A fcne growing 


4 49 


7 11 


11 43 


3 5s 


28 


7 


(0 si. cl. 6m. season 


4 50 


7 10 


aft.29 


9 28 


29 


G 


7 aft. Trin. 


4 51 


7 9 


1 16 


9 59 


30 


2 


Creditors have better mem- 


4 52 


7 8 


2 5 


10 3l( 


31 


3 ories than debtors 


4 53 


7 7 


2 57 


^ 39) 



VW Mo. AUGUST hath 31 Ha 5 


*, 18*7.1 


F u 


flnio. 7uOh 53^. mo. 


N w m 


• .22*1. 9b. 44m mo 


Las- qr. 14 >« 7 . In. mo. 


First q 


29 


.4u. 34m. aft. 


M|W; CW^ndfir &C, 


r.l 


•*.|F.s>a/r. 2>8. 


1 


4 


Lamirxa 2/sei 9h. 44m. 


4 


54 


7 


6 


3 52 


morn. 


2 


5 


2 rise Sh. 23m. 


4 


55 


7 


5 


4 50 


2 


3 





V i riable weather* 


4 


56 


7 


4 


5 51 


49 


4 




Dav br. 3b. 


4 


57 


7 


3 


6 52 


1 53 


5 


G 


8th aft. Trin. } perigee. 


4 58 


7 


2 


7 52 


2 57 


6 


2 


Tr^nsfig of our L. Now 


4 59 


7 


1 


8 50 


4 6 


7 


3 


Full tides a speii 


5 





7 





9 46 


]) rise 


8 


4 


Jl seta 9h.. 20m. 


5 


1 


6 


59 


10 46 


1 4°1 


9 


5 


o\ f*ir weather. 


5 


2 


6 


58 


11 29 


8 15 


10 


6 


St.L^w. Warm an<l dry. 


5 


4 


6 


56 


morn. 


8 48 


U 


7 


Thunder showers ir some 


5 


5 


G 


55 


17 


9 i\ 


12 


G 


9r*ft.Trin. o 0$ plac^ 


5 


6 


6 


54 


1 5 


9 55 


13 


2 


Unsettled weather* Some 


5 


7 


6 


53 


1 52 


10 29 


14 


3 


9 rise 3h. 50m. mor. si^ns 


5 


8 


6 


52 


2 40 


11 5 


15 


4 


si. c). 4ip. of rain, 


5 


9 


6 


51 


3 27 


11 52 


10 


5 


IVfoon bv^h, which would 


5 


11 


6 


49 


4 15 


worn. 


17 


6 


Vtoon apoeee. be very bene 


5 


12 


6 


48 


5 3 


37 


18 


7 


iays dec. lb. 26m. ficial. 


5 


13 


6 


47 


5 51 


1 30 


19 


G 


10 : :i't.Tr. 7*9 rise 91i.48t-. 


5 


14 


6 


46 


6 39 


2 23 


20 


<9 


21 eets8b.40't). P'eas'.n 


5 16 


6 


44 


7 26 


1 19 


21 




Expect some i *in 


5 


17 


6 


43 


8 12 


4 16 


%% 




Day br. 3h. 30m. near 


5 


18 


6 


42 


S 58 


ftt*. 


23 


5 


0en\ n#. thi* 


5 


19 


6 


41 


9 44 


7 2 


24 


6 


St. Bart, time. 


5 


1 


6 


39 


10 31 


8 33 


25 


7 


21 sh' 8h. 22m. DistaM 


5 


22 


6 


33 


11 18 


8 5 


26 


jr 


Halt. tri«. Hinder. 


5 


23 


6 


37 


ifr.12 


8 40 


'27 


2 


; > rise 4h. 22m. morn. 


5 


'25 


6 35 


58 


9 15 


!28 


3 


R-.in much Wanted. 


r > 


2« 


6 


34 


1 52 


10 3 


!29 


4 


Commenced Cambridge. 


5 


27 


6 


33 


2 49 10 50 


So 


5 


Nights some cooler, some 


5 


28 


6 


3^: 


3 47in 49j 


31 


6 


prospect of rain. 


3 


30 


30 


4 46|morn.; 



IX. Ho. SEPTEMBER bMh 30 days. 1827 


Fa , mo. 5 . 9n. 49m. mo 


New m<>.20. .;0^.44tfi.n. . 


Last qr. 13»i. Oh. 57rn. no. 


First (jr. ':7d.l0h.27 n. aft. 


W M C i.nd r, &c. f<xM Fs * *,)r« . 


1 




Q. rib* 4h.40tn. Pie sai> 


5 31 


6 29 5 45 


49 


2 


'g 


12 aft. Trm. M. perigee. 


5 32 


6 28 6 43 


1 5'6 


3 


o 


!)<>g d&ys en<f. 


5 33 


6 27 


7 3b 


3 8 


4 


3 


Variable wea her. 


5 35 


6 25 


8 32 


4 12 


5 


i 4 


High tiff s. Cojvip'f Prov. 


5 37 


6 23 


9 23 


f rise 


6 


's 


Rain much wan ed. 


5 30 


6 21 


10 13 


6 49 


7 


6 


W fast c) 2m. Fine 


5 40 


6 20 


11 2 


7 25 


8 


f- 


v ativ. BVM. pleasa? « 


5 41 


6 i9 


11 51 


8 


9 


G 


13 aft. Trill, evenings 


5 43 


6 17 


morn. 


% 37 


10 


2 


Cool evenings and wa«m 


5 44 


6 i6 


39 


9 14 


11 


3 


Day hr. bh. days. 


5 4d 


6 15 


1 28 


9 58 


12 


4 


Com.V College. 


5 4 


6 i3 


2 16 


10 w 


13 


5 


T*sns€i 8b. 39m. 


5 48 


6 12 


3 4 


11 33 


14 


6 


ap o#ee. 


5 49 


6 x l 


3 53 


morn. 


15 


7 


Thunder shower? in som* 


5 51 


6 9 


4 40 


23 


16 


G 


14ati«Tvin. places. 


5 52 


6 8 


5 27 


1 19 


17 


2 


Now we may expe€' 


5 54 


6 6 


6 14 


2 15 


18 


3 


rain and 


5 55 6 5 


7 1 


3 9 


19 


4 


2/set7h. 3m. higk 


5 56 


6 4 


7 37 


4 4 


20 


5 


wind near'this time. 


5 57 


6 3 


8 34 


j) ets 


21 


6 


St. Matt? ew. 


5 58 


6 2 


9 22 


6'14 


22 


7 


Pleasant weather. 


5 59 


6 1 


10 12 


6 49 


23 


G 


15 aft, Tnn. (•) ent. •& 


6 


6 


11 3 


7 23 


24 


2 


9 Full tides. 


6 2 


5 58 


11 57 


8 14 


25 


3 


Thick smoky air. 


6 3 


5 57 


ai't.53 


8 56 


26 


4 


Daybr. 4b. 30m, 


S 4 


5 56 


1 5J 


9 52 


27 


6 


(T ; fast cl. 8m. Some 


6 6 


5 04 


.. 50 


10 49 


28 


6 


Moon perigee, rain 


6 7 


5 5^ 


3 48 


11 57 


29 


7 


near this time. 


6. 9 


5 5 


4 4:^ 


mom. 


30 


G 


16th aft. Trin. Pleasant^ 10 


5 5C| 5 3 Q I 4;. 



jX 


. Mo. OCTOBER hath 31 days. 1827. \ 


Full mo. 4d. 9h. 32m. after. 


New mo.20d. llh.0m.moi 


; Last qr. 12d.8h. 30m. after. 


First qr. 27d. 5h. lm. xne t 


^M|w| Calendar, Ac. t0 r «l0s. |F : sea|r. J) s 


1 


i 


Days' length, llh.38m. 


6 11 


5 49 


6 32 


2 12 


2 


3 


Daybr. 4h.38m. Fine 


6 13 


5 47 


7 23 


3 21 


3 


4 


O test cl. lira. weather. 


6 14 


5 46 


8 13 


4 27 


■ 4 


5 


Variable weather. 


6 16 


5 44 


9 2 


3 rise 


- 5 


6 


Cool nights. Some 


6 17 


5 43 


9 50 


6 7 


' 7 


7 


v Uip. £ . frosty 


6 18 


5 42 


10 49 


6 42 


G 


17 aft. Trin. mernings. 


6 20 


5 40 


11 28 


7 18 


u 


2 


% rise 3h.50m. 


6 21 


5 39 


morn. 


8 1 


i! o 


3 


3 runs high 


6 22 


5 38 


17 


8 43 


10 


4 


7 stars rise 7h. 


6 24 


5 36 


1 5 


9 32 


u 


5 


Hazy thick air, some 


6 25 


5 35 


1 54 


10 21 


12 


6 


M.apogee. rain about 


6 27 


5 33 


2 42 


11 16 


13 


7 


UOk this time 


6 28 


5 32 


3 29 


morn. 


N 


G 


18 aft Thd, Pleasant 


6 30 


5 30 


4 15 


12 


ho 


o 


agreeable weather. 


6 31 


5 29 


5 1 


1 9 


[6 


3 


fjlfast cl. 15m. 


6 32 


5 28 


5 46 


2 7 


H7 


4 


The weather grows 


6 34 


5 26 


6 33 


3 8 


| : « 


5 


St Luke. 6 Chit rather 


6 35 


5 25 


7 20 


4 10 


19 


6 


dry. Some prospects oi a 


6 36 


5 24 


8 9 


5 17 


20 


7 


Qeclipsed storm. 


6 38 


5 22 


9 1 


Dset 


■21 





19 aft. Trin. near this 


6 39 


5 21 


9 55 


6 10 


22 


g 


High tides. time. 


6 40 


5 20 


10 52 


6 59 


23 


3 


J perigee. 31ow 


6 42 


5 18 


U 60 


7 48 


24 


4 


Q ent. i»t» Pleasant 
weather for the season. 


6 43 


5 17 


aft*40 


8 52 


25 


5 


6 44 


5 16 


1 47 


9 56 


26 


6 


% rise 3h. 40m. morn. 


6 45 


5 15 


2 37 


10 56 


27 


7 


7 stars rise 6h. 


6 47 


5 13 


3 32 


morn. 


$8 


G 


20 aft.Trin St. S.and Jude. 


6 48 


5 12 


4 34 


19 


.29 


2 


Daybr. 5b. 12m. 


6 49 5 11 


5 24 


1 24 


30 


3 


Qfastci. 16m. Windy 6 5ll5 91 


6 13 


3 23 


31 


4 


weather, some signs of rain. |6 52 5 81 7 91j 4 32/ 



XI, Mo. iNOVEMBER hath 30 days. 1827. 


Full mc.3d.9h. 27m.att. 


New mo. 18d. lOh. 32m. aft. 


Last qr.lld.4h. 12m. aft. 


First qr. 25d. lh. 31m. aft. 


M H 7 / . Calendar. &c. !0r.|0s.lF sea.fr D 9. 


1 5 All saints. Pleasant to* 


•6 51: 


>5 7 


7 48 


4 31 


2 6 All souls. the season 


6 54 


5 6 


8 36 


3 34 


3 7 J eclipsed. Cold nights 


► 6 55 


5 5 


9 24 


J rise 


4 G 21 aft. Trinity. Heavj 


6 57 


5 3 


10 IS 


5 57 


5 2 frosts, which 


6 58'5 2 


11 2 


6 41 


6 3 Day br. 5h. 20m. remind 


6 59 


5 1 


11 50 


7 26 


7 4 usof approaching winter. 


7 


5 


morn. 


8 17 


85 J apogee. 


7 1 


4 59 


38 


9 9 


9 6 Fair pleasant weather, 


7 3 


4 57 


1 25 


10 4 


10 7 ^ gr. elotig> but 


7 5 


4 55 


2 11 


10 59 


HG22aft.Trin. rather 


7 6 


4 54 


2 56 


11 51 


12 2 dry for the season. 


7 7 


4 53 


3 40 


morn. 


13 3 1 2 rise 8h. 52m. 


7 8 


4 52 


4 25 


44 


14 4 Changeable weather. 


7 9 


4 51 


5 10 


1 51 


15 5 (T^fastcl. 15m. Some 


7 10 


4 50 


5 51 


2 58 


16 6 signs of a storm 


7 11 


4 49 


6 47 


4 4 


17 7 7*s South at midnight 


7 12 


4 4(1 


7 39 


5 11 


18 G 23 aft. Trin. Cold in- 


7 13 


4 47 


8 39 


])sets 


19 2 \i rise 8h» 25m. creases 


7 14 


4 46 


9 34 


5 36 


20 3 j) perigee. Hjgh tides. 


7 15 


4 45 


10 35 


6 38 


21 4 Now the cold north wind 


7 16 


4 44 


11 36 


7 40 


22 5 Q ent. /. reminds 


7 17 


4 43 


aft.36 


8 49 


23 6 us to prepare for winter. 


7 18 


4 V 42 


1 34 


9 59 


24 7 Days' length 9h. 22m. 


7 19 


4 41 


2 28 


11 9 


25 G 24 aft. Trin. Now 


7 19 


4 41 


3 19 


morn. 


26 2 l[ rise 4h. 40m. morn. 


7 20 


4 40 


4 8 


16 


27 3 Day br. 5h. 39m. expect 


7 21 


4 39 


4 55 


1 22 


284 7*s sou. Ilh.l2m. rainor 


7 21 


4 39 


5 42 


2 23 


29 5 snaw near this time. 


7 22 


4 38 


6 28 


3 25 


30t6 3t. Andrew. 


7 22 


4 38 7 15 


4 2 



XII. 


Mo. DECEMBER L» th 31 iiav>. 182T 


Full 


mo. 3d. 6b. 3m. mo. j Nevvm<..18n. 9h. 18m mo 


Last qr. 1 1.'. ]()»:. 35m. mo. | Firs qr.25d. 1$ Om. n <\ 


MWI JeHiar,fe, |© .[3s.\F^a|r. J>§ 


1 


7 


7*i south lib. fa&l c;. 


7 23 


14 37 


8 2 


5 24 


2 


G 


A4vent. Pleasant 


7 24 


4 36 


8 50 


6 18 


3 


2 


.vine n high. but v e 


7 24 


4 36 


9 38 


T list 


4 


3 


) »av br. 5h. 40m. may 


7 25 


4 35 


10 26 


9 


5 


4 


expect a severesnow storm 


7 25 


4 35 


11 13 


6 54 


6 


5 


Moon apogee. neat 


7 26 


4 34 


11 59 


7 48 


7 


6 


9 sets 5h. 32m. this time". 


7 26 


4 34 


mor: . 


8 42 


8 


7 


Concep. B.V.M. 


7 27 


4 33 


44 


9 38 


9 


G 


2(1 in Adve t. 


7 27 


4 33 


1 28 


10 34 


10 


% 


Pleasant, then comes 


7 28 


4 32 


2 11 


11 35 


11 


3 


cold and wiuily. 


7 28 


4 32 


2 55 


morn. 


12 


4 


O fast cl. 5m f 


7 28 


4 32 


3 39 


33 


13 


5 


7*s sooth 10b. 12m. 


7 29 


4 31 


4 26 


1 52 


14 


6 


}/ rise 3b. 39m. M. 


7 29 


4 31 


5 15 


2 39 


15 


7 


Gee .Y\ ashington died 1799. 


7 29 


4 31 


6 7 


3 46 


16 


£ 


3 in advent. 


7 29 


4 31 


7 3 


4 53 


17 


'2 


}} runs low. \Yt may 


7 29 


4 31 


8 3 


6 1 


18 


3 


txpeei rain ov snow, oi 


7 30 


4 3 ; 


9 5 


Jsetf. 


)9 


4 


©. sets 5b. 47m. both 


7 30 


4 30 


10 7 


6 12 


20 





£ perigee. High tid< s. 


7 30 


4 30 


11 8 


7 25 


21 





Si. i bom s. near this time. 


7 30 


4 30 


aft. 6 


8 38 


22 


'< 


(z) em. V? Variable 


7 30 


4 30 


1 


■ : 47 


23 


q 


4 in advent. weaih: r. 


7 30 


4 30 


1 51 


10 56 


24 


2 


(7)cf. even. Pleasant 


7 30 


4 30 


2 40 


morn. 


26 


3 


CliDStrrns. 


7 29 


4 31 


3 28 


2 


26 


4 


7*e south 9b. 16m. 


7 2» ; 


4 31 


4 14 


1 6 


07 


5 


Take each man's censure, 


7 29 


4 31 


5 1 


2 4 


*; 


6 


But n se< ve thy judgment. 


7 25 


4 31 


5 47 


3 4 


29 


7 


Day br. 5b. 44m. 


7 29 


4 31 


6 34 


3 59 


90 


(i 


God has taken away ; W. 


7 28 


4 32 


7 22 


4 53 


31 


9 


He first gave. 


7 28 


4 32 


8 22 


5 43, 



1 Mo. JANUARY ha<)i 81 Hays. 18?8 \ 


full mo. 2<1. lr 5. 9m morn. 
Last qr. lOd. 2h.S8m.mor 


New mooD.16tl.7b.37m. an 

ir*( q .23d.3h.58m. at. 

Full mo- 31d. 8h 17m.af. 


Mjw| C*leWiar Sec. KSM".|(?)s |F.sea 


r. s. 


1]3 


vJirciim. v sHtf 6jj. 10t«». 


7 


28 4 ^2 


8 57 


6 33 


2 


4 


2/ rise 2h. 32m. Japog. 


7 


27 


4 33 


9 43 


J * 


3 


5 


D. break 5b. 42m. Pleasant 


7 


27 


4 33 


10 28 


6 19 


4 


6 


(5 S 1i • Now expect rain 


7 


26 


4 34 


11 13 


7 18 


5 


* 


7*s south 8h. 31m. or 


7 


26 


4 34 


11 56 


8 14 


6 


F 


F P -ph. snow. 


7 


25 


4 35 


morn. 


9 10 


7 


2 


<?0 *2* ©si. clock 6m 


7 25 


4 35 


39 


10 10 


8 


3 


Variable weather. 


7 


24 


4 36 


1 23 


11 9 


9 


4 


2/ rise 2h. 7rn. prrorn. 


7 


24 


4 36 


2 7 


mo) u 


10 


5 


Some pleasant days 


7 


23 


4 37 


2 53 


10 


11 


6 


5 with Jupiter 


7 


22 


4 38 


3 42 


1 15 


12 


7 


Cofld frosty weather. 


7 


21 


4 39 


4 35 


2 20 


13 


F 


1st aft. Epiphany. 


7 


21 


4 39 


5 30 


3 25 


14 


2 


Venus get 6h. 36m. expect 


7 


20 


4 40 


6 30 


4 28 


15 


3 


Davs inc. 20m. more, 


7 


19 


4 41 


7 32 


5 31 


16 


4 


1/5 eon per. falling 


7 


18 


4 42 


8 34 


C sets 


17 


5 


Fiigh tides, weather soon 


7 


18 


4 42 


9 35 


6 1 


18 


d 


6 0) m . C 7 " s ^ cl «ck 11m. 


7 


17 


4 43 


10 33 


7 13 


19 


7 


rise lb. 26m. morn. 


7 


16 


4 44 


11 28 


8 26 


20 


F 


2d aft. Epiph. G en;ers *gg 


7 


15 


4 45 


Mt.20 


9 34 


21 


2 


Pleasant weather. 


7 


14 


4 46 


1 10 


10 41 


22 


3 


Daybreak 5h. 28m. 


7 


13 4 47 


1 58 


11 45 


23 


4 


We may expect snow or 


7 


12,4 48 


2 46 


morn. 


24 


5 


7*ssout*> 7h: 14m* rain 


7 


ll!4 49 


3 34 


45 


25 


6 


$ sets 7h. 2m. 


7 


10;4 50 


4 21 


1 43 


26 


7 


near this time. 


7 


9 


4 51 


5 9 


2 4U 


27 


F 


3d aft. fpinh; M. runs high. 


7 


8 


4 52 


5 57 


3 S( 


28 


2 


Chungeable weather. 


7 


7 


4 53 


6 44 


4 If 


29 


3 


Morn apogee. 


7 


6 


4 54 


7 31 


5 4( 


30 


4 


S. slow clock 14m. 


7 


5 


4 55 


8 17 


5 5C 


31 


5 


Davs inc. 54m. 


7 


3 


4 55 


9 2 


m. ris. 



.1- Mo. 



FEBRUARY hath 29 days. 



1828. 



Last or. 8d. 3h. 8m. after. | «. f ••- 001 n , ci 

N iriri ro „* ,1 r irst qr. 22u .9b . 51 m . morn 

ewmo.15u.5h. 58m. mom | ^ 



Calendar, &c. l©r.|@» t |y t 6ea.lr Cj 



M | w J 

if 
27 



£ set 7b. 18m. Expect 7 
Punf. B.V.M. a storm 

Septuages Sand. about 

7*sset2h. di. this time. 

Variable Weather 
Day br. 5b. 17na. some 

J) with % signs of 

Jup'r rise Oh. 16m. M. snow. 
Pleasant for the season. 
Sexages. J) low. 
Qsl. cl. 15m 
Days inc. lh. 22m. 
9 set 7h. 43m.m. Blustering. 
Valentine. Moon perigee . 
Now we may expect a 
Very high tides. storm 

Quinquages of rain or 

snow, or both 
Ju. rise lib. 32m.0ent. >C 
about these days. 
7*». set Oh. 58ra. M. 
Washington born 1732. 
Daybr,4h.55m.-Osl.c].14. 
1st Siind.in Lent. Cold. 
2 set 8b. 15m. Looks 

Moon apogee. likely to 

rain or snow, 
Jup. stationary. Pleasant. 



2 4 58{ 9 47[ 6 1 

10 31 6 58 

11 14 7 55 



14 59 




2916lDays' length lib. 16m. 




59 
57 
56 
55 
54 
53 
51 
50 
49 
48 5 12 
46|5 14 
45:5 
445 
42J5 
4115 
405 20 
38 5 2 



11 59 

morn. 

44 



37 5 

36 5 
34 5 



33;5 
32:5 28 
30 5 30 
29,5 31 
28 5 32 
2715 33 



8 54 

9 54 
10 58 
morn. 

3 

1 

2 

3 

4 

4 

5 



10 54 

11 45 



1 

15 
14 
3 
51 
39 

5 27 

6 13 

6 59 

7 44 

8 29[ 



7 

7 

56 

45 

"isets 

7 8 

8 17 
8 23 

10 30 

11 30 
morn. 

30 

1 21 

2 12 

2 56 

3 41 

4 22 

5 3 
5 43 



The Planet Venus ( q ) will bo Evening btar until 
the 28th of July ; thence Morning Star until the end of 
the year. ____„ - 



III. Mo. MARCH hath 31 days. 1828 


Full mo. Id. 2h. 6ro. alter. 
Last qr. 9d. Oh. 51m. mor. 


New mo. 15d. 4h, 51m. att. 
First qr. 23d. 5h. 15m. mom 
Full moon 31d.5h.31m.mor. 


Mj\V| Calendar, &c. |©r.ig)s,lF.sea|r J) s. 


1(7 


I $ sets 8h. 27m. Expect 


6 26 


5 34 


9 14 


£ rise. 


2 r 


} 2d in Lent. a 


6 25 


5 35 


9 59 


6 50 


3 2 


7"s set midnight. cold 


6 23 


5 37 


10 45 


7 52 


43 


Day br. 4h.4,'>m. storm 


6 22 


5 38 


11 32 


8 54 


54 


DOS about this time. 


6 21 


5 39 


morn. 


9 58 


6 5 


Moon with .Tup. Pleasant. 


6 19 


5 41 


22 


11 3 


7e 


21 rise 10h.29m. Cold 


6 18 


5 42 


1 14 


morn. 


8T 


$ sta. J runs low and 


6 16 


5 44 


2 «9 


4 


91 


4 3d in lent. blustering. 


6 15 


5 45 


3 5 


1 2 


10 2 


si. cl. 11m. 


6 14 


5 46 


4 3 


2 


113 


March wind. Fair and 


6 12 


5 48 


5 2 


2 58 


12 4 


M. perigee. frosty. 


6 11 


5 49 


6 


3 42 


13 5 


$ sets 8h.58m. 


6 10 


5 50 


6 56 


4 26 


146 


^station. Now 


6 8 


5 52 


7 51 


5 6 


15 7 


a few days pleasant. 


6 7 


5 53 


8 44 


J) sets 


161 


^ 4th in Lent* Midlent. 


6 5 


5 55 


9 37 


1 9 


17 2 


6 g J Very high Tides. 


6 4 


5 56 


10 28 


8 15 


18 3 


Cold chilling winds. 


6 3 


5 57 


11 19 


9 21 


19 4 


Jupiter rise 10h.l5ra. Now 


6 1 


5 59 


■ift.10 


10 19 


20 £ 


► ent. y* expect 


6 


6 


1 


11 18 


21 C 


Benedict. rain or 


5 58 


6 2 


1 50 


morn. 


22 1 


r snow. 


5 57 


6 3 


2 39 


9 


231 


£ 5th in Lent. Pleasant 


5 56 


6 4 


% 27 


1 


24 S 


- 3 apogee. for March. 


5 54 


6 6 


4 15 


1 47 


25 ' 


1 Annun.B.T.M. 9 set9h.29m 


5 55 


G 7 


5 1 


2 24 


26' 


I Now clouds up 


5 51 


6 9 


5 46 


2 59 


27. 


> Day break 4h. 15 m. for 


5 50 


6 10 


6 31 


3 35 


28 


3 Sun si. elk. 5m. a 


5 49 


6 11 


7 16 


7 7 


29 


7 storm. 
E|6th in Lent. Palm Sund. 


5 47 


6 13 


8 1 


4 39 


30 


6 4C 


6 14 


8 47 


5 16 


312' 


,5 45[6 15 


9 35 


iris 



IV. We 



APRIL Sath 30 -lays. 



1828 



' -:.t qr.7d.7h. 19m morn. J F rs^.22.i.0h. 31m. nv 
New mo. 14(1. 4h. 31m rao. \ Ful: mo. 29 . 5h.67m aft 



Mi\vi Calendar, &c. 

13 

24 

3 5 

46 

57 

6!E 

7'2 

83 

9 : 4 
10:5 
116 
1*7 
I3)E 
142 
153 
164 
175 
1*6 
197 
£OE 
IIS 
22j 
234 
245 
25"5 
26 

«7E 
2Bl2 
0M3 
3014 



l©r.I©s.lF«cralr. 



j/a 



9 s*t9;>. 47w. m. Variable 



M. with % 
Day br. 4b. 
Good Friday. 
Qsl. cl. 3m. 
Easter Sund. 
21 rise 8b. 24m. 



weather. 

cold and 

stormy 

S,omp 

pleasant 

days 



about this time 

D perigee. Variable 

weather. Showers in tome 
7*3 set 9b. 51m. place 

£set lOh. 18ra. 
lstt ft. Ea-aer. LowSun.*. 
Gr. elon^. 0{f, Now ex 
c*. «.ven. 
Hi^h tide*. 
D*y br. 3h, 32m 
VI. runs bi^b, 
^ri«« 7b. 30m. 
2d aft. Em 

J «pogea. 



pect ^n 

easterly 

storm 

ftboutilua 

ii a 

Pleasant 



for April. 
East, term begins. Expect 

mora rain near this 
?«ei 10'. 38 . 
\ fist c kt • tim 

3d It. Easter 

Now pleasant, bat a storm 
Vloai I... V # 

is at hand. 



43 
42 
41 
39 
38 
36 
35 
34 
32 
31 
30 
28 
27 
26 
24 
23 
22 
21 
19 
1 
tf5 17 
5 15 
14 
13 
12 
11 
9 
8 
7 



17,10 25 

18 

19 



21 
22 
24 
25 
26 
2U 
6 29 
6 30 
8 3, 
3 33 
6 34 
6 36 
6 37 
6 38 
6 39 
6 41 
42 
6 43 
6 45 
6 46 
6 7 
6 48 
6 49 
6 51 
6 5-Z 
c 63 
5 6(6 54 



7 54 
11 18| 9 
morn.jlO 6 



12 
1 

2 7 

3 4 

4 1 

4 56 

5 50 

6 43 

7 34 

8 25 

9 16 
10 6 

10 57! 

11 i 

J 27 

2 15 

3 2 

3 47 

4 3: 

5 16 

6 1 

6 46 

7 33 
ii 22 
9 14 



,U 6 

morn. 

6 

57 

1 47 

2 28 

3 9 

3 46 

4 23 

5 
set. 

8 12 

9 12 
10 3 

10 57 

11 43 
morn. 

30 

1 5 

1 40 

2 12 

2 45 

3 29 

3 53 

4 23 



10 9j 7 58 



IV. Mo. 



MAY htth 31 .lays. 



1828. 



Lastqr.6d. Oh. 45 ■»:. hit. [First qr. 21 . 6h. 24m. 
New mo. 13cl.5h.3in aft. Full mo. 29<l. 3h.30- 



aft. 
mora. 



M|\V| Calend ar, &c 

i 



)©'.a,.F. .|r 



2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
Id 
19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 



6 

6 59 




2 sets 9n.48m. 5 5j6 55 

Day br. 3u. 9m. Variable 5 3,6 57 

High tides. weather. 5 2 

4 aft. Easter, j) perigee. 5 1 

Sua si. cl. 3d. Pleasant. 5 

We may expect more raia 4 59 

Elect, at N. Haven. soon. 4 58 

U sets 4h. 40m. .VI. 4 57 

7*s set 8b. Pleasant 4 56 

weather. A growing 4 55 

5th aft. E. season. 4 54 

6 D $ Variable 4 53 

$sets lOh. 47m. weather. 4 52 

Cool breezes from NW. 4 51 

Holy Thurs. Ascen. day. 4 50 

j) runs high. Spring 4 49 

advances. 4 48 

Sunday aft. ascen. 4 47 

¥rise3h.49m.M. ? gr.elon. 4 46 

^apogee. ent. fl 4 45 

fast cl. 4m. Expect 4\ 44 

rain soon. 4 43 

D.br.2b.36n. Sup. 6 Q $ 4 42 

> sets 10 1. 48.'*. 4 42 



Whitsunday. 

J)witn4 Rathe 

cool for 'May. 

Unsettled weather. 

Maay signs of rain. 
% stationary. 



| periger. 



4 41 

4 40 
4 39 
4 39 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
18 
19 
7 20 
7 21 
7 21 
4 38J7 22* 9 
4 37 7 23j!0 



11 7 
morn. 

6 

1 4 

2 2 

2 58 

3 52 

4 43 

5 34 

6 23 

7 13 

8 2 

8 52 

9 42 

10 32 

11 2: 
aft. 11 

58 

1 43 

2 tc> 
3 

3 5 
4 

5 2- 
6* i 
7 
7 5 



9 4 

10 6 

11 1 
1151 
morn. 

3^ 

1 li 

1 5] 

2 20 

2 5$ 

3 34 

4 10 

it set - 
8 1 

8 52 

9 44 

10 25 

11 6 
1! 41 

lorn. 
15 



High *Hps. 1 W1 ** 



45 

1 15 
i 46 
I 17 

> 53 
3 2© 
i 9 

^rise 
i 53 

> 45 



MS| 



VI Mo. 



JUNK bath 30 days. 



1828 



Last qr. 4d. 6h. 15m. att. j First qr. 20d. 10b. 5m »©rn 
New mo.12d.6h. 25m.mo. , Full mo. 27d. 10h.56ro. mor. 



m|w| 



Calendar, &c. l(y)r,[(v)s.}P sea r. f s. 



D<Trin. bund. 

2 $ sets lOh. 40m. 

3 3 Heat increases. 

4 4 (•} fast cl. 2m. A growing 

5 5 Day br. 2b. 20m. season. 
6 Variable weather. 

V. set 2b. 26m. M. 
E W aft. Trin. Warn; 

9 2 weatber. Thunder and 

10 3 rain in many places. 

11 4 Reg. sets llh. 23tn. 

12 5 D runs high. Now 

13 6 V sets lOh. 21m. expect 

14 7 O clock even, an easterly 
2 aft. Trin. storm. 



jj apogee. 

7*s rise 2h. 

21 sets lh. 

Season. 

© ent 25. 



near this 

time. 

18m. M. A 

35m. M. fine 

Heat increases. 

Thunder 

3d Sund.aft.Trio. showers 

<£ withH in many places. 

Nat. St. John Baptist. 

9 sets 9h.43m. 

Oaybr. 2h. 11m. Pleasant. 

Frequent showers. 
)) perigee, very high tides. 
(Jsl cl 3m. Hot weather, 
3Q 2l«yfl)£ _ F°Sgy mornings. 



\1 24 
24 
7 25 
7 26 
7 26 
27 
7 27 
7 27 
7 28 
7 28 
7 28 
7 29 
7 

7 29 
7 29 
7 29 
7 29 
7 30 
7 30 
7 30 
7 30 
7 3() 
7 30 
7 30 
7-29 
7 29 
7 29 
7 29 
7 29 
7 28 



morn 

50 

1 46 
2 

3 30 

4 19 

5 8 

5 5C 

6 45 

7 34 

8 23 

9 1 
10 1 

10 49 

11 35 
aft.12 

1 4 

1 47 

2 29 

3 13 

3 58 

4 46 

5 36 

6 30 

7 28 

8 29 

9 30 

10 SI 

11 30 
mom. 



10 37 

11 13 
11 50 

morn. 

29 

1 1 

% 9 

2 46 

3 24 

4 3 
d sets 

8 19 

9 1 
9 37 

10 12 

10 42 
il 12 

11 42 
morn. 

12 

45 

1 18 

1 59 

2 39 

3 35 
J rise 

8 19 

9 2 
9 45 



r vii. Mo. 



JULY hatb 31 days. 



1828. 



Lastqr.4d. lb. 44m. mo. I First qr. 19d. llh. 16m. aft. 
New mo.1ld.8h. 42m. aft | Full mo. 26d. 5b. 32m, aft. 



m|w| 



Calendar, &c. 



|©r.|©d|B\sea|r. } s- 



9 
10 
11 
12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

1 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

1 26 
27 
28 
29 

I 30 
31 



2 set/7h 19m # statu) r (4 32 
Visit. BVM. Now 4 32 

Day br, 2h 15m. expect 4 33 
Iudepend. 76 some 4 33 

9 station rain 4 33 

Saft.Trin. near this 4 34 

% sets0h.20m.M time 4 34 
©si. cl. 5m. Pleasant. 4 35 
7#s rise Oh 37m M. 4 35 

thunder 4 36 

$ station. many 4 37 

M. apogee. places. 4 37 

6 aft. Trin. M with $ 4 38 

£ set 8h 15m 4 38 

Mot sultry weather. 4 39 

6 (?) h . A growing 4 41 
Days shortened 22m. 4 40 

season. Some 4 41 
lfsetllh.32ro. want 

7 aft. Trin, p M Jup. of 
rain Distant 

(7) ent. SI thunder 

U si. cl. 6m. 
S CO 3 Now expect 

Dog clays begin St. James 
rain near this time 
8th aft. Trin.M. perigee. 
- o09 High T without 

3 Daybr. 2h. 46m. fail. 

4 Day shortened 4€m. 

5 \ Variable weather 



28 
7 28 
7 27 
7 27 
7 27 
7 26 
7 26 
7 25 
7 25 
7 24 
7 23 

23 



26 



40 
43 
45 
46 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
4 53 



19 
10 

49 
37 
26 

6 15 

7 4 

7 5: 

8 40 

9 2' 
10 13 

10 57 

11 10 
aft.23 

1 



morn. 
51 



10 23 

10 57 

11 32 
mem. 

7 

43 

1 18 

2 1 

2 45 

3 33 
Jsets 

7 34 

8 9 

8 44 

9 13 
9 43 

10 11 

10 39 

11 14 
11 48 
morn. 

26 

1 14 

2 18 

3 12 
J rise 

7 35 

8 24 

9 14 
$ 47 



10 20'- 



VIII. Mo. 



AUGUST hath 31 days. 



18*i 



Lastqr.2d, lOh. 51m. mo. 
New mo. lQd. llh. 55m mo. 



First qr.l8d. 9h. 59m. mo- 
Full mo. 21cU0h,41m.mQ 
Lastqr.31d.llh.51m, aft. 




Calendar, &c. 



iwr.iQs.|F>sea 



64 
75 
86 
97 
10'E 



i;6 2/ set lOia. 44m. 
2i7 Pleasant weather. 

3;E9aft.Trin. <J station' 
4;2 D br.3h. Variable weath- 
5l3 Qsl.'cl. 6m. er.some signs 

Transfig of our L. of rain 

% sets lOh. 2&m. 

very warm weather«thun* 

7*s rise 3'a 3im morn, der 

10 a ft.T.M.apog. showers 
ll|2 Days shortened lh 10m. 
12 3 j in many places. 

13j4 § rise Sh. 31m. morn. 

14 5 j Changeable weather. 

15 6 I Some g y -*I weather for 
16)7 JM. with 11 hayin 
17 F. tla'ft. triri, about 
18|2 V slatiote. 1 this time, if 

9 iiJap.set 9*j 41m. yGa have 
i|0slcl31ra tot done 

7*s rise 10h bef 

Q ent. W£. seme want 
cf ; a n Distant thunder 
12 aftt. Trin. j) perigee. 
High tides Pfeasant|5. 2f 

9 rise 3h. 43m. morn 
Day br. 3H; 34m. 
Mights grow some cooler 
St. John Bapust B.ThereJ5 - 

13 now a prospect of k i29'6 3.1 
Trio rain ioou.[5 30J6 301 



20 
£1 
22 
237 

25J2 
263 



2$6 



T. Mo. SEPTEMBER hath 30 days. 182^ 


New mo.9d.3h.46m. aft. 


Fn Imo. 23d. 9b.2flm. mo. 


First qr. 16d. 6b,39nu. aft. 


Lastqr. 30d. 4h. 20ra. aft. 


W ;M| Calendir, &c. i^r4©M?**»»l?-3Hk. 


112 


Day br. 3b. 44m 


5 32 


6 28 


3 2111 34; 


2 


3 


$ rife 2h 37m M 


5 33 


6 27 


3 51 morn. 


3 


4 


Dog days end. Pleasant 


5 34 


6 26 


4 40 


22 ! 


4 


5 


M.bigh weather. 


5 36 


6 24 


5 58 


1 11 


5 


8 


M witb flying clc uds 


5 37 


6 23 


6 15 


2 5i 


6 


7 


J apogee. perhaps 


5 38 


6 22 


7 


3 


7 


JK 


14 aft. Trin. thunder 


5 40 


6 20 


7 45 


3 56 


8 


2 


Jl set 8b. 3Crn. 


5 41 


6 19 


8 28 


4 52! 


9 


3 


Now e*pe«t a stoim 


5 42 


6 18 


9 12 


]) sets' 


10 


4 


Oxr.Y. College, about 


5 44 


6 16 


9 56 


6 56 


11 


5 


{J fast cl. 3m. this time 


5 4b 


6 15 


10 41 


7 27' 


12 


6 


without fai?. 


5 46 


6 14 


11 27 


8 2 


13 


7 


?me2h ?4m 6 M. Jop. 


5 48 


6 12 


aft.fS 


8 361 


14 


E 


l5aft. Tr<p. seme pleasant 


5 49 


6 11 


1 6 


9 19! 


15 


2 


weather afceut this 


5 51 


6 9 


1 59 


10 3i 


16 


3 


7*s rise 8b. 17m. time. 


5 m 


6 8 


% 54 


10 59 1 


17 


4 


M low Variable 


5 53 


6 7 


3 51 


11 54] 


18 


5 


weather. Waim 


5 55 6 5 


4 49 


morn. '; 


19 


6 


Jup. set 8b snr.oky. 


5 56 


6 4 


5 47 


1 1 


20 


7 


Some appearance of j ain. 


5 57 


6 3 


6 44 


2 a 


21 


mL 


16tk *it. Trin. M. perigee. 


5 58 


6 2 


7 40 


2 20! 


22 


2 


g) ent. £ Pleasant 


5 59 


6 1 


8 35 


4 32 


23 


3 


7*s rise 8b. High tides. 


6 1 


5 59 


9 30 


C rise 


24 


4 


evenings. Some 


6 2 


5 58 


10 23 


6 45 


2<i 


© 


Daybr. 4b. 32ni* want 


6 4 


5 56 


11 10 


7 26? 


r 6 


6 


$ rise 2h l£m Jtf of rain 


6 6 


5 54 


morn. 


8 :6 


25 


7 


Expect rain near 


6 7 


5 53 


9 


3 51) 


rt 


E 


17 aft. Trin, flfo 


6 8 


5 52 


1 1 


9 351 


U-0 


2 


Q fastcl. 9m . time. 


6 11 


5 50 


1 53 


10 21 


1* 


3 




6 10 


5 49 


2 43 


11 I7j 



















X. Mo. OCTOBER hath 31 days. 1828 ] 


j>7: w mo.8d. 7h.31m.af er 


Pi;limo.2fld. 8h. 25m. aft. 


First qr. 16d.2h. Om.m« 


Latqr.30d.lll.47m. 


ivijw| Calendar, Ac. |0r !0«|.fF.8ea|r. J 


1 


4 


Daybr. 4h.34m. 


6 1315 47 


3 33 


morr« 


i 


5 


£ rise 2h 2tm mam 


$ 14 


5 46 


4 19 


8 


•• 


6 


M. apogee. Changeable 


6 17 


5 45 


a 5 


1 2 


4 


7 


weather. 


6 17 


5 43 


5 50 


1 57 


5 


E 


18 aft TriDo cool 


6 18 


5 42 


6 34 


2 49 


6 


2 


winds Unset 1 d 


6 19 


5 41 


7 18 


3 42 


1 


3 


Jup. sets 7h 9m weather 


6 21 


5 39 


8 2 


4 38 


v 


4 


J Gr Elong. ©eclipsed 


6 22 


5 38 


8 36 


])set 


v. 


5 


expect a storT- 


6 24 


5 36 


9 32 


6 9 


10 


6 


7*s south 2h 2Cm M. at- 


6 25 


5 35 


10 21 


6 47 


il 


7 


tended with high winds 


6 26 


5 34 


11 11 


7 25 


12 


E 


19 aft. Trin. near this 


6 28 


5 32 


aft. 4 


8 8 


13 


2 


$ rise 2h 24m morn. time. 


6 29 


5 31 


58 


8 51 


14 


3 


Pleasant. Smoky air 


6 30 


5 30 


1 58 


9 57 


15 


4 


O fast cl. 14m 


6 31 


5 29 


2 51 


11 3 


16 


5 


Days' length, 10b. 56m. 


6 32 


5 28 


3 47 


morn 


17 


6 


Variable weather. 


6 33 


5 27 


4 43 


10 


18 


7 


J perigee. cool winds. 


6 34 


5 26 


5 37 


1 17 


19 


E 


20 aft. Trin Flying 


6 37 


5 24 


6 31 


2 25 


20 


2 


2/set6h 24ns clouds 


6 37 


5 23 


7 23 


3 34 


21 


3 


After a pleasant day 


6 38 


", 22 


8 16 


4 44 


22 


4 


High tides. then comes 


6 40 


5 20 


9 9 


3) rise 


13 


5 


O ent. itl lOh 32m morn 


6 41 


5 19 


10 2 


6 1 


.24 


6 


Day br. 5h. 4m. a 


6 42 


5 18 


10 55 


6 49 


?5 


7 


$ rise 2h 52m moru 


6 44 


5 16 


M 48 


7 32 


26 


E 


21 aft. Trin. storm 


6 45 


5 15 


morn. 


8 2L 


27 


2 


Some pleasant weather 


6 46 


5 14 


39 


9 10 


28 


3 


7*s south lh 29m morn 


6 47 


5 13 


1 29 


10 3 


29 


4 


about these days.. 


6 49 


3 11 


2 18 


10 57 


30 


5 


Ofastcl. 16m. 


6 50,5 10 


3 4 


11 51 


Jl 


G 


J apogee. 


6 5115 9 


3 45 


m orn 



fflfl. Mo, NOVEMBER hath .SO J« vs. 

i .*r— ■ : , _ . = ' rr— r. r - - ■ - 



18«5 



New mo. 7d.l0h. 17m. mo. 
First q p. -14d. 9h. Iti. mo 



Full mo.21d.9h. 53m. ui®. 
Last qr.29ri.8h.57m.m«. 



M[W/ 



C'a'fiHi^r, &c. 



f'Qr.lQgJF sei.irDs 



1 


i 


2 


E 


3 


2 


4 


3 


5 


4 


6 


5 


7 


6 


8 


7 


9 


E 


10 


2 


11 


3 


12 


4 


13 


5 


14 


6 


15 


7 


26 


E 


17 


2 


IB 


3 


19 


4 


20 


5 


21 


6 


22 


7 


23 


E 


24 


■2 


25 


3 


2G 


4 


27 


5 


23 


6 


29 


7 


30 


E 



¥ rue 3h 3tn i*l. 6 54 5 

22 aft. Trin. All souls. 6 55 5 
Pleasant, variable 6 56 5 

7*s sou. Ih.M. weather. 6 57 6 

cool northerly winds 6 59 5 

Day br. 5h. 20m. expect 7 5 

an easterly storm 7 14 

near this time. 7 2 4 

23 aft, Trin. Some 7 3 4 
G) fast cl. 16m. pleasant 7 4 4 
High tides. days 7 5 4 

about this time 7 6 4 
D perigee, smoky 7 7 4 

2 rise 3h 25 oi morn 7 8 4 

h station thick air 7 9 4 

24 aft. Trin. cool and 1 10 4 
c%0 ~>£ windy ? 11 4 
Days' length 9h 36m. 7 J24 

Cool night very 7 13 

Day br. 5h. 32m. 7 14 

heavy frosts, 7 15 

Qfast cl 14m 7 15 

25 aft. Trin Qent / 7 16 
PI asant for the season. 7 17 

7*s South llh27m 7 18 

$ rise 3h 45m morn 7 19 

Now prepare for winter lest 7 10 
J apogee. it come upon 7 20 
yon like a thief in the 7 21 
Advent Sund. night 7 22 



4 33! 

5 161 

6 

6 34 

7 29- 

8 16 

9 6 
9 59 

10 54 

11 51 
aft.48 

1 48 

2 40 

3 35 

4 25 

5 17 

6 7 

6 5§ 

7 56 

8 42 

9 34 

10 25 

11 16 
morn'. 

6 

15 

1 39 

2 23 

3 6 



33 3 43 



48 

1 45 

2 42 

3 40 

4 39 

5 38 
Dsets 

6 7 

7 J 

7 55 

8 57 

10 

11 9 
morn. 

18 

1 25 

2 32 

3 27 

4 43 

5 43 
^rise 

6 6 

6 5S 

7 49 

8 43 

9 37 

10 S3 

11 29 
morn. 

25 



XII. Mo. DECEMBER hath SI days. 



182© 



Newmo. 6d. llh. 27m aft. 
Firs' qr.13d.4h.52m. aft. 



Full mo. 21d. lb. 41m. mo, 
Last qr. 29d. 5h. 54m. <>. 



M1W1 Calendar, &c 



lOMQs.lF.sealr.Ps 



12 © last cl. lime |7 2£. 

13 ? rise 3h 53m irorn 17 24 

3 4 5 with $ Some pleasant 7 25 

4 5 days about this time. 7 25 
5Q Day br. 5h. 42m. we 7 26 

6 7 may expect rain or sncw 7 26 

7 E 2d in Advert. soon. 7 27 
n% 2/rise6h. 12m. M. 7 
9 3 High tides. cold 7 

10 4 3 perigee. winds. 7 

115 Pleasant for the season. 7 

12 6 7*s south lOh. 18m 7 

13 7 2 rise 4 h 31m M.. 7 

14 E 3 in advent. 7 
J15 2 ££fpst c!5m 7 

16 3 We may expect snow 01 7 

17 4 lainsoon. 7 

18 5 Day br. 5b. 45m. 7 

1 9 6 Pleasant for the season 7 

20 7 J up. rise 5h 21m morn 7 

21 E Variable weather. 7 

22 2 Cold northerly winds. 7 

23 3 (v)ent.#> 7 

24 4 (i)c!. even. 7 

25 5 Chr'stnnas. Mcon 8pogee. 7 

26 6 5? rise 4b 38w morn 7 

27 7 Jup. liserhmorn. St. John 7 
[28 L 1st aft Chris to as 
,29 2 Now pleasant, tut soon 
303 7*s south 9h. grow t cold 
31 4 



37 
4 36 
4 35 
4 36 
4 34 
4 34 
4 33 
4 33 
4 32 
4 32 
4 32 
4 31 
4,31 
4 31 
4 31 
4 30 
4 SO 
4 30 
4 30 
4 SO 
4 30 
1 30 



7 30 

7 29 
7 29 
7 29 
7 29 

7 29 
7 284 



SOU 30 



and so ends theyear.|7 28|4 32 



% 4 311 

#14 
6 

6 49 

7 40 

8 34 

9 31 

10 29 

11 28 
aft.25 

1 20 

2 13 

3 5 

3 55 

4 44 

5 34 

6 24 

7 15 

8 6 

8 56 

9 46 

10 34 

11 21 
morn. 

6 

49 

1 31 

2 13 

2 56 

3 39 

4 25 



1 19 

2 13 

3 24 

4 16 

5 19 
Jsets 

5 3? 

6 36 

7 39 

8 48 

9 5b 
11 8 
morn. 

18 

1 25 

2 27 

3 S G 

4 26 

5 24 

6 23 
J rise 

6 21 

7 15 

8 10 

9 6 
10 2 

10 57 

11 54 
morn. 

52 
1 4! 



COrtKBCTiONS AND ADDITIONS, 

The following members of Congress, House of Represent- 
atives, &g. were not elected, wheu the List, (page 149) was 
published. 

James Stephenson, of Virginia, Speaker. 

Maine.— Samuel Butman, Ilufus M' In tire. 

J\ew Hampshire David Barker, Jr. Icaabod Bartlett, 

Titus Brown, Joseph Healy, Jonathaa Harvey, Thomas 
Whipple, Jr. 

Vermont. — Heman Allen, Jonathan Hunt* 

Vela-ware* — Kensey Johns. 

Pennsylvania. — John Sergeant. 

North Carolina.— Samuel P. Carson, Henry W. Conner. 

Kentuck y\— [One vacant,] Henry Daniel, Chittenden Ly- 
on, Kobert McHatton, Joel Yancey. — Dele. Johnson a&c 
Trimble, 

Tennessee.— .David Crocket T Robert Desha,Iacob C. Is&aoSj 
John H. Marable, Tames K. Folk. 

O/i/o.— William Stanbary. 

Alabama*— -Gabriel Moore> George W. Owen John M'Kee 

' Matthew St. Clair Clark, Clerk— John Oswald Dunn, 
Sargeantat Arms— -Benjamin Bureh, Principal -and Oyer- 
ton Carr, Assistant Doorkeepers of the House. Chaplain, 
Keuben Post. — 

Standing Committees of the H- of Representatives, 
Appointed by Mr. Speaker Stevenson, under the -Sta'adijJg 
Kules and Orders of the House, 

Ways and Means, Messrs. Randolph, M'DufficSpregU'i. 
Verplanck, Dwigiit, Brent, Gilmer. 

f Claims* x\Iessr3, Wiiliaras, M'Coy, Whittlesey, Barber of 
Conn. Clark of New York, M'iutyre, Ramsay. 

Commerce. Messrs. Cambreieng, Newton, Thompson cf 
Geo. Gorbafij, Barney, Harvey, Southerianii. 

Post Office and Post ftoads* Messrs. Ingham, M'Kca:!, 
Yancey^Couner, Magee, Hodges, Russell. 

Judiciary. Messrs, P. P. Barbour, Livingston, Bud 
lieives, Wickline, Kerr, Storrs. 

iievsltdtojiarL Claims. Messrs, WolF, Want, Creighton, 



Dickinson, Tucker of N\ J. Frey, Heafey. 

Public Expenditures* Messrs. Johnson of N". Y. J g g^ 
Barbour, Bailey, Martindale, Buck, Gale, Nuckolls. 

Manufactures, Messrs. Vf allary T Stevenjon ef Pa. Con* 
diet, Moore of Ken. VViight of N. Y, Stanbury, Martin. 

Foreign A flairs. Messrs. Everett, Taylor of £J Y. Arch- 
er, Sergeant, Drayton, Owen, Polk. 

Military Affairs. MVssrs Hamilton ,Vance,Sorith of Va, 
Desha, Floyd of Ga Hobbie, Orr. 

JVavaL Affairs. Messrs. HorTman,Bartlett,N. H. Crown* 
inshield, Carter of S. C. Miller of Pa. Dorsey, Ripley. 

Agriculture. Messrs. Van Rensselaer, Roane, Wilson of 
Md. Barlow, Hallock, Met win, Culpeper. 

Military Pensions. Messrs. Burgess, Mitchell of Ten. 
Bates of Mass. Lawrence, Long, Leconipt, Forward. 

Revisal and Unfinished Business, Messrs. Pearce, Reed, 
Wilson of Pa. 

OJ Accounts. Messrs. Allen of Mass. Belden, Plant* 

Standing Committees of the Senate. 

On Foreign Relations* Messrs. Macon, (Chairman,) San- 
ford, Tazewell, Bell and White, 

On Finance. Messrs. Smith of Md.(Chairman,)McLane, 
Smith of S. C- Parris and Branch. 

On Commerce. Messrs. Woodbury, (Chair man. )Sil3bee 5 
Johnston of La. McLane and Williams. 

On Manufactures. Messrs. Dickerson, (Chairman.) 
Knight, Ridgely, Ruggles and Barnard. 

On Agriculture. Messrs. Btatch, (Chairman,) Bateman, 
Bauligny, Willey and Barnard. 

On MUUary Affairs. Messrs. Harrison, (Chairman,) 
Johnson of Ken. Benton. Chandler and Hendricks. 

On the M\iit\a. Messrs. Chandler,(Chairm»D,) Harrison^ 
Marks, McKinley and Ty?er. 

On JKaval Affairs. Messrs. Havne, (Chairman,) Hoh" 
bins, Seymour, Tazewell and Woodbury. 

Wra. Smith, Senator froroS. C. vice Wm. Harper 
Henry Chambers, Senator from Alabama. 
William Lowrie, Secretary of the Senate. 
James iredell, Governor of i. Carolina. 



17 



INTEREST TABLE. 

Table o f simp le Interes t at 6 per cent, in Dolls. & Cts. 
Principal 1 1 w. | 1 m. \ 3 m. 6 m. 1 1 yr. 



d. c.) p. c.j n. c.j d. c. |I).C 



Cents 



Dollars 



; 



10 
20 

30 
40|0 
500 
10 

2 
3 
4 

5 














2 
3 
5 
6 
12 
25 
37 
5o 



10 

20 

30 

40 

50 
100 
200 
300 
400 

500j0 62'2 50 
10001123)3 Oil 









c 







10 

15J 

0'20> 

25 

50, 

1 0| 

1 50' 

2 0i 





o 1 

ol 


0! 
1 
3 
4 
6 
7 
15 

45 
60 


1 



12 
15 
3Q 
00 

90 

1 20 
1 50 
3 




Q 




6 
12 
18 
24 
30 
60 



50115 

30 






01 

0|30 
60 



(fc^r'To nno1 tne interest of any particular sum for any 
certain tinie,mulliply the sum by the number of months 
take one half of the product, and you will fi:d the two 
right hand figures to oe ceuts— the rema'nder, on the 
left hand are dollars, which is the answer. If there be 
cents, in the sum, after you have multiplied as above, 
you will find the two right hand figures to be fractions, 
the two next, cents, and the remainder in dollars. 



18 
A TABLE, 

Showing the va'ue of any number of Cents from one 
to one hundred, in shillings, pence, and iarthings. 




. Money* accounts of the United States are to be ex* 
pressed in Dollars or Units, Dimes or Tenths, Cents 
or Hundredths, and Mills or Thousandths* \ Dime 
being the tenth part of a Dollar, a Cent the hund- 
redth part of a Dollar, and a Mill the thousandth 
nart of tt Dollar. 



19 



A TABLE of various Foreign 


Coins, < 


c Jc, with their 


value in Federal Money. 






Sixteenth of a dollar, 





06 


2 1-2 


Half a Pistareen 





10 





Real Plate of Spain 





10 


9 


English sixpence 





11 


1 


Eighth ota Dollar 





12 


5 


Livre Tournois ofFrance 





18 


5 


Franc ofFrance 





18 


7 12 


Pistareen 





20 





English shilling 





22 


2 


Quarter of a Dollar 





25 





Mark Banco of Hamburgh 





23 


O 


Florin, or Guilder of the United 


lit. 


40 




Netherlands. 





Half Dollar' 





50 





Rupee of Bengal 





50 





Rix Dollar of Denmark & Sweden 1 


00 





Rouble of Russia 




00 





Crowns of England and France 




11 





Milrea of Portugal 




24 





Tale of China 




48 





Pagoda of India 




84 





French Pistole 


3 


66 


7 


Spanish Pistole 


3 


77 


3 


Pound of Ireland 


4 


10 





Pound sterling of Great Britain 


4 


44 





French Guinea 


3 


60 





English Guinea 


4 


65 


7 


Moidore 


6 


00 


3 


Half Johinas 


8 


00 


o 


Doubloon 


14 


93 


4 



Johannas 


16 


00 



Electors 5 Meetings, 

Are held annually on the 1st Monday in Jlpril 



20 



&&AM 



Old Road from Boston to 

JYew York. 

To Canib id^e 3 

Wateriowa 4 
Waltham 
Westo -i 

Sua bury 4 

Marlborough 10 

Worth borougn 5 

Shtvwsbu. y 5 

Worcester 6 

Leicester 5 

Spencer 5 

Biookfield 7 
Weston 6 l-~ 

Faimer b 

Wilbraham 7 

Springfield 10 

Suflield 14 

Windsor 10 

Hartford 7 

Berlin l! 

Meriden € 

Wahingford S 

New Haven i- 

Midoid 9 

St j afford 5 

liridguport 4 

IFahfitld 4 

SaUgatub f 

NrwalSt 4 
Darien fr 5 1-| 
Stamford .- 4 1- 

liorseneek 5 

Rye, ^ 

East Chester 
West Farms 



*arlaem Bridge 
New York 



From Bo&ton to Hart- 
ford 123 
Hartford toN. York n2 

Whole distance 235 

Hartford to Windsor, Vt. 
Spnngfieid 28 

Nonhataptoa 19 

Dee- field 28 

Putney 23 

harlestown 20 

Wi-dsor 18 

\ew-Loncion to Newport. 
vV ester iy 5 

Tnwei- Hill 25 

Naragansel Ferry 3 

Newport 7 

.'\'ew Tor/i? to Washington. 
Princeton 52 

Philadelphia 94 

Viimingtoii 128 

Susquehannali (Havre.) 158 

altimore 192 

titnis 214 

vV'ashington 229- 

F ost Road from Boston to 

Hartford. 
Farminglon 20 

.Vorcester 18 

rSiurbridge ll> 

Stafford IS 

Vornon 12 

Hartford 1* 



21 



Turnpike from JV. London 
to Providence & Boston. 
JMystic, Williams 7 jfe 

N.Stonmgton, Miners 8 1-2 
Hopkinton City 2 1 

West Greenwich 

Blake's 15 
Providence IG 1-2 

Boston 42 

Whole distance 92 1*2 

From TVew London to JW; 

•wich & Boston, 

To Montville 7 

Norwich 6 

Jewett's City 8 
Plamfield 

Sterling 4 

gcituate 1.1 

Providence 35 

Attleborough 12 

W a! pole 5 

Dedham 20 

Bostoa. 10 

Total 100 

From Boston to Portland. 
Lynn 3 

Salem y A 

Jpswich '■; 

Newburyport 12 



Hampton j5, 

Portsmouth 3O 

Kennebeck 2& 

Portland oj 

Total 110 

From iAe?i> London to A'e-w 

Haven, 

Lyme 16 

Say brook 3 

Killing worth S 



Guilford 9 

t'ranfo'd. Barker? 9 

New Haven 8 

— Total 53 

From J\ eiv London to 

Hartford. 

vVaterford 5 

Montville, Turner 3 

Salem 6 

'"lchester 6 

Marlborough, Buell 8 

Glastenbury, liol'ister 5 

Welles 5 

Hartford 4 3-4 

Total 42 3*4 
From Hartford 19 Albany. 

North ington 10 

N Hartford ](> 

Winchester 8 

Norfolk 8 

Sheffield H 

Great Barrington 6 

W. Stock bridge 10 

N. Canaan 8 

Chatham 6 

Nassau Village 4 

Schodack 6 

Albany (Skinner's) 6 

Total 94 
From Albany to Uticu, 

Schenectady * J 6 

Amsterdam ]6 

Ciiuknawaga y 

Johnston 7 

Palatine 14 

Manheim 3 

Little Falls 7 

Herkimer 7 

Schuyler 6 

Utica ^Shepards) 10 



Utica to Canandaigua, 
N. Hartford 
Westmoreland 

Lenox 

Sullivan 

Manlius 

East Hill 

West Hill 

Marcellus 

Nineraile Creek 

Skeneatelos 

Auburn 

Cayuga 

Geneva 

Gorham 

Canandaigua 

From Canandaigua to Buj 

Jalo. 
East Bloomfietd t 

West Bloomfield i 

Lima f 

Avon 3 

Caledonia 

Batavia IS 

Buffalo 36 

From Canandaigua to •TVr 

agar a Falls. 
Genesee River 27 1-2 

Batavia 27 



10 



Huffalo Creek 3g 

Chippewa 19 

Niagara Falls 2 1-2 

— 112 

From Providence to Hart, 

jord. 
Plainfield SO 

Windham 14 

Hartford 3® 

Middle Road from Boston 
to Hartford* 

6 

5 
8 

9 
II 



Dedham 

VI end on 

Uxbridge 

Douglass 

Thompson 

Pom fret 

Ashford 

Mansfield 

Coventry 

fcast Hartford 

Hartford 



6 

14 

1 

97 



From Hartford to JV. Hav 
en through Middle 'town, 

Middletown 15 

. North ford 12 

(New Haven 11 



Distances from Washington— Main Post Road- 
Northern Route. To Baltimore, 37 miles— -W» ,m « 
ington, (Del.) 11 1— Philadelphia, 139— Trenton* 170"- 
New Brunswick 196 -New York, 229— Stamford ~ 5t) 
tfew Haven, 306- Middletown,329— Hartforc],344— New 
London, 360 — Norwich, 373— Provideace,4l8-~ Bostea, 
453— Portland, 58 0— Eastport SG8 

Sauthern Route. Richmond, 123 -Faycfteville, 341 
o-Chnrleston, 544— Savannah, 637— St. Mary's «08. . 



23 



CONSTITUTION 

OF THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 
PREAMBLE. 

THE people of Connecticut, acknowledging with gra* 
tilucle, the good Providence of God, in having permit- 
ted them to enjoy a free Goveroment,do, in order more 
effectually to define, secure arid perpetuate the liber- 
ties, rights and privileges which they have derived from 
their ancestors, hereby, after a careful consideration be 
revision, ordain and establish the following Constitutiou 
and form of C>vil Government. 

Article First. 
DECLARATION OP RIGHT?. 

That the great and essential principles ofliberty and 
free government ma) he recognized a»d established, 
WE DECLARE 

§ \. That ail men when they form a social compact, 
are equal in rights ; and that no man or set of men are 
entitled to exclusive public emoluments or privileges 
from the community. 

2. That all political power is inherent in the peo- 
ple, and all free governments are founded on their au- 
thority, and instituted for iheir benefit — and that they 
have at all times an undeniable > nd indefeasible right to 
alter their form of government in such manner as they 
may think expedient. < 

3. The exercise and enjoyment of religious pro- 
fession and worship without discrimination, shall for« 
ever be free to all persons in this State, piovided that 
the right hereby declared and established shall not be 
so construed as to excuse acts of licentiousness, «r to 
justify practices inconsistent with the peace and safety 
of the State 

4 No preference shall be given by law to any 
christian *>ect or mode of worship. 

5. Every citizen may freely speak, write and pub* 
lish his sentiments on all subjects, being responsible for 
the abuse of that liberty. 

# 



24 

G. No law shall ever be passed {o curtail or re, 
strain the liberty of speech or of the press. 

7. In all prosecutions or indictments for libels,the 
truth may be given in evidence and the jury shall have 
the right Jo determine the law and the facts, under the 
direction of the court. 

8. The people shall be secure in their, persons, 
houses, papers, and possessions from unreasonable 
searches or seizures— and no warrant to search any 
place or to seize any person or things,shall issue without 
describing them as nearly as may be, nor without prob" 
able cause supported by oath or affirmation. 

0. In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall 
have a right to be heard by himself and by counsel — 
to demand the nature and cause of the accusation : to be 
confronted by the witnesses against him — to have com, 
pulsory process to obtain witnesses in his favour— and 
in all prosecutions by indictment or information, a 
speedy public trial by an impartial jury. He shall not 
he compelled to give evidence against himself or be de* 
prived of life, liberty or property, hut by due course of 
law. And no person shall be hohleu to answer for any 
crime the punishment of which may be death or im* 
prisonment for life, unless on a presentment or an in* 
'lietment of a grand jury — except in the land or naval 
forces, or in the militia when in actual service in 
time of war, or public danger. 

10. No person shall be arrested, detained or pun- 
ished, except in cases clearly warranted by law, 

11. The property of no person shall be taken for 
public use, without just compensation therefor. 

12. All courts shall be open, and every person, 
for an injury done him in his person, property or repu' 
tatiun, shall have remedy by due course of law, and 
right and justice administered without sale, denial or 
delay. 

13 Excessive bail shall not be required, nor ex* 
oessive fines imposed. 

14. All persons shall before conviction, be bailable 
b£ sufficient sureties, except for capital offences, wheie 



25 

the proof is e* ident,*or the presumption great — and the 
privileges of the writ of habeas corpus shall not bo 
suspended, unless when in case of rebellion or invasion 
the public safety may require it— nor in any case but 
by the Legislature. 

15. No person shall be attainted of treason or fet* 
ony, by the Legislature. 

1G. The citizens have a right *.n a peaceable man* 
nerto assemble for their common good, and to apply 
to those invested with the power* of government, for 
redress of grievances, or other proper purposes, by pe« 
titicn, address or remonstrance. 

17. Every citizen has a right to bear arms in de* 
fence of himself and ihe state. 

18. The military shall in all cases, and at ali times 
be in strict subotdmai.i- n to the civil power. 

19. No soldier shall in time of peace, be quarter- 
ed in any house, without the consent of the owner— 
nor in time of war* but in a manner to be prescribed by 
law. 

•20. No hereditary emoluments, privileges or hon" 
ors shall ever be granted, or conferred in this state. 

21. The right of trial by jury shall remain invi- 
olate. 

Article Second. 
OF THE DISTRIBUTION OF POWERS. 
The powers of government shall be divided into three 
distinct departments, and each of them confided to a 
separate magistracy— to wit, — thoi,e which are Legi3" 
lative, to one — those wh?ch are Executive, to another! 
and those which are Judicial, to another. 
Article Third. 
OF THE LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 
§ 1. The Legislative power of this State shall be 
vested in two distinct houses or branches, the one to 
be styled The Senate, the other The House of 
Representatives, and both together THE GENER- 
AL ASSEMBLY. The style of their law* sh*ll be 
Me it enacted by the Senate and House of Jiefiresenta* 
tives in General Assembly convened. 



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2 There shali be one staled session of the Gene, 
ral Assembly to beholden, in each year alternately at 
Hartford and New H*ve$,on the first Wednesday of 
Mav, aod at ?uch oti>er times as the General Assembly- 
shall judge necessary- thevfi st session to be holden at 
Hartford— bu! the person administering the office of 
Governor, may on special emergencies, convene, the Ge- 
neral \ssembly at either of said places, at any other* 
time. And in case of danger from the lyevajepjce of 
contagious diseases in either of said places, or other 
circumstances, the person administering the office of 
Governor may, by Proclamation, convene said Assem- 
bly at any other pace in this Mate. 

8. The House of Representatives shall consist of 
Electors residing i r) towns from which they are elected. 
The number of Representatives from each town shall 
be the same as at present practised and allowed. In 
case a new town sha'I hereafter be incorporated, such 
new town shall he entitled to one Representative only : 
and ifsuch new town slul' be made fr >m one or more 
towns, the town or towns from which the same shall 
be made, shall be emit ed to the same number of Re. 
prespntatives a' at present aliowed, unless the number 
shal* be reduced ay the consent of such town or towns. 
4 The senate sha'l consist of twelve members, to 
be chosen annually by 'he electo s. 

5. A' the meetings ofrhe K'ectors, held in the 
several towns in this Mate, in April annually, after the 
election of '<ep- esc'.atives, the electors present shall 
be called upon to brin^ in their written bailots fop 
Ser<ators, Thep;esidi g officer sha ! l make ouc du- 
plicate lists of the persu ■* voted for, and of she number 
of votes lor each, which shall be certified by the presi- 
ding officer—one of which \\%'s sh.-l- be delivered to 
the town clerk, and the other within te*> days alter the 
s;tid meetings shall be delivered under seal, either to the 
Secretary, pj to the Sheriff of 'he County in which 
said town is situated — which list sha'l be directed to the 
Secretary, wuu a superscription expressing the pur* 



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port of the contents thereof. And each Sheriff who 
shall receive such votes, shall within fifteen days after 
said meeting, deliver, or cause iht-tn to be delivered 
to the Secretary. 

6 The Treasurer, Secretary and Controller for 
the time being,shall canvass the votes publicly. The 
twelve persons having the greatest number of votes 
for Senators, shall be declared to be elected. But in 
cases where no choice is made by the electors in con- 
sequence of an equality of votes, the House of Kepre- 
fcentatives shall designate by ballot which of the candi. 
dates having such equal m ruber of votes, shall be de- 
clared to be elected. The return of votes and the re- 
sult of the canvass, shall be submitted to the House of 
Representatives, and also to the Senate, on the 1st day 
of the session of the General Assembly, and each 
House shall be the final judge of the election returns 
and qualifications of its own members. 

7. The House of Representatives when assem- 
bled shall choose a Speaker, Clerk, and other officers. 
The Senate shall choose its Clerk, and .othe- officers, 
except the President. A majority of eac!» House shall 
constitute a quorum to do business- but a shim !er 
number may adjourn from day to day, and compel the 
attendance of absent members in such manner, 
and under such penalties as eac!^ House may pre- 
scribe. 

8. Each House shall determine the rules of its 
own proceeding*, punish members for disorderly con. 
duct, and with the consent of txv * thirds expe! a mem. 
her, bur not a second time for the same cause, and 
shall have all other powers necessary for a branch of 
the Legislature of a tree and independent State. 

9 Eacji House shall keep a Journal of its pro- 
ceedings, and publish the same when required by one 
fifth of its members, except such parts as in the judg» 
ment of a majority require secrecy. The yeas and 
nays of the members of either House shall at the 
desire of one fifth of those present, be entered ou the 
journals. 



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10. The Senators and Representatives shall in :*t 
cases of civil process be privileged from arrest, during 
the session 'of the Geieral Assembly, and for four days 
befot-e tbe commencement, and after the termination, 
of any session thereof And for anv speech or debate 
in either Bouse, they shall not be questioned in any 
other place. 

11 The debates of each House shall be publick, 
except, on such occasions as in the opinion of the 
House may require secrecy. 

Jirticle Fourth 

OF THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 
§ 1. The supreme Executive power of the State, 
she'll be vested in a Governor, who shall be chosen 
by the electors of the State and shall hold his office 
for one year'rom the first Wednesday of May next 
succeeding his ejection, and until his successor be du. 
ly qualified. No person wh^ is not an elector of this 
S^ate, <uid who has not arrived at the age of thirty 
yeass, shall be eligible, 

2 Av the meetings of the electors in the respec- 
tive towns in the month of April in each year, imme. 
diately after the election of Senators, the presiding of* 
ficers shall call upon the electors to bring in their 
ballots for him whom they would elect to be G-jvernor 
with his name fairly written. When such ballots shall 
have been received, and counted in presence of the 
ISIectors, duplicate lists of the persons voted for, and 
of the numhei- of votes fc;ven for each, shaP be m^de 
and certified by the pi esidiltg officer, one of which lists 
shall be deposited in the office of the Town Clerkj 
within three day., and the other within ten da>satier 
said election, shall be transmitted to the Secretary 
or to the sheriff of the County, in which such elec. 
tion shali havt been held. The Sheriff receiving such 
vo^es shall deliver or cause them to i>e delivered, to 
the Sectetary, within 15 days rex t alter said election. 
The votes so returned shali be counted by the TreaB* 
uier, S: cretavy.and Controller, within U.e month of 
April. A thir list of the persons anu number of votes 



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given tor each, together with returns of the presiding 
officer, shall be, by the Treasure , Secretary and Con* 
troller,made k laid before (he General Assembly, »hen 
next to be holden,on the first day of the session thereof, 
St said Assembly shall after examining the same,declHre 
the person whom they shall find to be legally ch <seii 
and give him notice accoi dingly. If no person shall 
have a majority of the whole number of said votes,or 
if two or more shall have an ennui and the greatest 
nUmber of said votes, then said Assemb'y on the sec* 
ond day of their session, by joint ballot of both nous* 
es, shall proceed without, debate to choose a Governor 
from the list of the names of the two persons having 
the greatest number of votes, or of the names of the 
persons having an equal and highest number of votes, 
SO returned as aforesaid. The General Assembly shall 
by law, prescribe the manner in which all questions 
concerning the election A'^ Governor, or Lieut. Gover- 
nor, shall be determined 

3. Ai the annual meetings of the Electors irame' 
diately after the election of Governor, there shall also be 
chosen in the same manner as is herein befo e provi- 
ded for the election of Governor, a Lieut. Governor, 
who shall continue m • ffice for the same tone, and 
pc ssess the same qualifications 

4 The compensations of the Governor, Lieut- 
Governor, Senators, and Representatives shall be es- 
tablished by law, and shall not. be varied so as to take 
effect until after an election, which shall next succeed 
the passage of the law establishing said compensations. 

5. The Governor shall be Caplaiu General of the 
Militia of the -tate, except when called into the ser- 
vice of the United States 

6. tie may require information in writing from 
the officers in the executive department, on any sub. 
ject relating 10 the duties of their respective offices. 

7 I he Governor, in case of a disagreement be- 
tween the two Houses of the General Assembly, res* 
peeling the time of adjournment, may adjourn them 
to such time, as he shall think proper, not beyond 
ihe day of the next stated sessioa. 



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8. He shall from time to time, give to the Gen* 
eral Assembly, information of the state of the Govern- 
ment, a*id recommend to their consideration such 
measures as he shall deem expedient. 

9, He shall take care that the laws be faithfully 
executed. 

10 The Governor shall have power to grant re' 
prieves alter conviction, in all cases except those of 
impeachment, until the end of the next session of the 
General Assembly, and no longer. 

11. S\\ Commissions shall be in the name and by 
authority of the State of Connecticut— shall be sealed 
with the Slate Seal; signed by the Governor and attes- 
ted by the Secretary. ■ ' ' 

12. . it-very oill which shall have passed both Hous- 
es of the General Assembly, shall be presented to the 
Governor. If he approves he shall sign and transmit 
it to the Secretary, but if not he shall return it to the 
House in which it originated, with hisobjeetions,which 
shall be entered oia the journals of the House, who 
shall proceed to reconsider the bill, if after such re- 
consideration, that house shall again pass it,it shall be 
sent with the objections to the other House, which 
shall also reconsider it. If approved, it shall become 
a law, But in such cases the votes of both Houses 
thall be determined by Yeas and Nays— and the names 
of the members voting for and against the bill, shall 
be entered on the Journals of each house respectively. 
If the bill shall not be returned by the Governor within, 
three days, (Sundays excepted) after it shall have been 
presented to him, the same shall be a law in like 
wanner as if he had signed it— unless the Gene, 
ral Assembly, by their adjournment, prevents its re- 
turn—in which case it shall rro't be a law. 

13. The Lieut. Governor shall, by virtue of his 
office, he President ot the Senate, and have when in a 
Committee of the whole a right to debate, and when 
the Senate is equally divided, to give the casting 
vote. 



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14. la case of the death, vesication, refusal to serve, 
or removal from office of the Governor, or (This im- 
peachment, or absence from thestate. the Lieutenant 
Governor shall exercise the powers ant) authority ap- 
pertaining to the office of Governor, until ar other be 
chosen at the next periodical Election for Governor* 
and be duly quashed : or until the Governor, impea* 
ched or absent shall be acquitted or return. 

15. When 'he Government shall be administered 
by the Lieut. Governor, or he shall be unable to at- 
tend as President ©f the Senate, the Senate shall 
elect one of their members as President pro tempore. 
And if during the vacancy of the office of Govern. 
or, the Lieutenant Governor, shall die, resign or 
refuse to serve, or be removed from office*, or it" 
he shall be impeached or absent from ihe State, 
the President of the Senate pro tempore* shall 
in like manner administer the government until 
he be superseded by a Governor or Lieutenant Gov- 
ernor. 

16. If the Lieutenant Governor shall be required 
io administer the Government, and shall while in such 
administration die or resign during the recess of the 
General Assembly, it shad be the duty of tSe Secreta- 
ry for the time being, to convene the Ser-ate for 
the purpose of choosing a President pro temptse. 

17 . A Treasurer shall be annually chosen by the 
Electors at their meeting in April — and the votes 
shall be returned, counted, canvassed and declared 
in the same manner as is provided f«>r the election of 
Governor and Lieutenant Governor — but the votes for 
Treasurer shall be canvassed by the Secretary and 
Controller only. He shall receive all money belonging- 
to the State, and disburse the same only as he may- 
be directed by law. He shall pay no warrant or oi- 
lier for the disbursement of publick money, until 
the same has been registered in the office of the Con- 
troller 

18. £ Secretary shall' be chosen next after the 
Treasurer and in the same manner — and the votes 



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for Secretary shall be returned to and counted, can. 
vassed and declared by the Treasurer and Control*', 
er. He hhall have the safe keeping and custody of 
the public records and documents, and particularly of 
the acts, resolutions and Orders of the General As. 
sembly, and record the same : and pel form all such 
duties as 6hall be prescribed by lav. He shall be 
the keeper of the Seal of the State, which shall not 
be altered. 

19 V Controller of the pub'ic accounts shall 
be annuaMy appointed by the General Assemb'y. He 
shall adjust h settle all publick accounts and demands- 
except grants and orders of the General Assembly. 
He shall prescribe the mode of keeping and rendering 
all publick accounts. Me shall ex officio be one of the 
auditors of the accounts of the Treasurer. The Gen* 
eral Assembly may assign to him other duties in re* 
lation to hs office, and to that of the Treasurer, and 
shatl prescribe the manner in which his duties shall 
be performed. 

20. A Sheriff shall be appointed in each County, 
by the Genera 1 Assemb y, who shaft hold his offiee for 
three years, rtmoveab ; ; by said Assembly, and shall 
become bound, with sufficient sureties, to the Treas* 
urer of the Stnte, for the faithful discharge of the du* 
ties of his office, in such manner as shal. be preset ibed 
by Law. In case the Sheriff of any Count} shall die 
or resign, the Governor ma) fid the vacancy occa- 
sioned thereby, until the same shall be filled by the 
General Assembly 

21. A Statement of all receipts, payments, funds 
and debts of the State, shall be published from time to 
time, in such manner and at such periods as shall be 
prescribed bv Law. 

Article Fifth 

OF THE JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT, 

§ 1 The Judicial pow«-r of the stale shad be vested 

in a Supreme Court of Errors, a Superior Court, and 

such inferior Courts as the Genera Assembly shall 

from time to time ordain, and establish— the powers. 



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and jurisdiction of which Courts shall be defined by- 
law. 

2. There shall be appointed in each County, a 
sufficient number of Justices of the peace, with such 
juried jetion in civil and criminal cases as the General 
Assembly may presciibe. 

3 The Judges of the Supreme Court of Errors, 
of the Superior, and Inferior Courts, and all Justices 
of the Peace, shall be appointed by the Genera! As- 
sembly, in such manner ys shall by law be prescribed. 
— The Judges of the Supreme Court, and nf the Su- 
perior com t, shall hold then offices du» ing good be- 
haviour — but ma) he removed by impeachment— and 
the Governor shall also remove them on the address 
of two thirds ot i tie member* of each house of the 
General Assembly s alluther Judges and Justices of 
the Peace shall be appointed annually. No Judge or 
Justice of the Peace shall be capable *>f holding ins of* 
lice, after he shall arrive at the age of seventy years. 
Article Sixth 
OF THE QUALIFICATIONS OF ELECTORS. 
§ i. All persons who have been, or Shall hereafter 
previous to the ratification of this Constitution, ne ad- 
mitted freemen, according to the existing law* ot this 
State, shall be Electors. 

2. Every white male citizen of the United Spates, 
who shad have gamed a settlement, in this ^ta'e, at- 
tained the age of twenty one years — and resided in. 
the town in which he may o£Vr himseif to be admit- 
ted to the privilege of au elector, i«>r at ! ea=t six 
months preceding— and Nfave a f eehoid estate of the 
yearly value of seven (! liars in this State— or having 
neen enrolled in the m.litia, shall hate performed mil- 
itary duty, therein ior the term of one year next pre- 
ceding the time he shall ofter himself for admission, 
or bemg 'iable thereto, sh .11 have been by autho; :y 
of law excused therefrom —oi sh dl have paid a S .<e 
tax within the year next preceding the ime he >hall 
present himselt for- such admission, and shall »«i8t<tin a 
good morvd cha>-acrer. shift on his tat ing such Oath, 
a§ may be prescribed by law, be an elector, 
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3. The privileges of an elector shaU be forfeited 
by a conviction of bnbery> toigery, perjury, duelling, 
fraudulent bankruptcy, theft, or other offence for 
"which an infamous punishment is inflicted. 

4. Eveiy Elector shyll beelig ble to any office in 
this State, except in cases provided for in this Constitu- 
tion. 

5. The Select men and town clerk of the sever- 
al towns, fchall decide on the qualifications of electors, 
at sUcn times, and in such manner as may be prescri- 
bed by law. 

6. Laws shall be made 16 support the privilege 
of free suffrage, prescribing the manner of regulating 
and conducting meetings of the electors and prohib- 
iting, under adequate penalties, all undue influence 
therein, from power, bribery, tumult, and other im- 
proper conduct. 

7. In all elections of officers of the State, or mem- 
bers of the General Assembly, the votes of the Elect* 
ors shall be by ballot. 

8. At all Elections oi officers of the State,or 
members of the General Assembly, the electors thall 
be privileged from arrest, during the»r attendance up- 
on and going to, and returning from the same* on any 
civil process. 

9. The meetings of the electors for the election 
©fthe seve»al State officers by law annually to be el- 
ected, and members ot the General Assembly of this 
State, shall be holden on the first Monday of April in 
each year. 

Article Seventh. 

OF RELIGION. 
§ I< It being the duty of all men to worship the 
Supreme Being, the Great Creator and Preserver of 
the Universe, and their right to render that worship 
in the mode most consistent with the dictates of their 
Consciences —no person shall by law be compelled to 
join or support, nor be classed with, or associated to, 
any congiegation, church or re'igicus association.— 
But eveiy person now belonging to such congrega- 
tion, church, or religious association, shall re- 
main a txunber thereof until he shall have separa* 



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ted there fre-m, in the manner hereinafter provided. 
And each and every society or denomination 01 Chris- 
tiana in this Statin shah have & enjoy the tame & equal 
powers, rights ard privileges, and shall have power and 
authority to support aid maintain the ministers or 
teachers of their -respective den; minations, and to 
build and repair houses for publick worship, by tax on 
the members of any such society only, to be la<d by 
the major vote of the legaJ voters assembled at any so- 
ciety meeting, warned and held according to law, or 
in any other manner* 

2- If any person shall choose to separate h«mse If 
from the society or denomination of Christians to 
which he may belong 1 , and shall ieave a written notice 
thereof with the clerk of such society, he shall there- 
upon bi no longer liabe for nay future expenses which 
may be incurred by said society. 

Article Eighth. 

OK EDUCAliON. 

§ l. The charter of Yaie College, as modified by 

ag. cement with the corporation thereof, in pursuance 

of an act of the General Assembly, passed in May 

1T92, is hereby confirmed. 

2 The Fund caikd the School Fund, shall re- 
main a perpetual Fund, the interest ot which shall 
be inviolably appropriated to the eupport and encour« 
age men t of the publick or common schools throughout 
the state and tor the equal benefit of all the people 
thereof. The value and amount of said fund shall. as soon 
as practicable be aseeitaned in such manner as the gen* 
eral assernb y may prescribe, published,aad recorded in 
the Controllers Office, and no law shall ever be made* 
authorizing said tuud to be diverted to any other use, 
than the encouragement and support of publick or 
common schools among the several school societies* as 
justice and equity aha 1 require, 

Jtrucie JWnth, 
OF LVlPti AGiiMSNTS. 
§ l. The House of iiepresemauves shall have the 
sole power of inipeachu.g. 

& Ali impeachments shall be tried by the Senate. 
When silting for that purpose, they shall be on oath 



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or affirmation. No person shall be convicted without 
the concurrence of two thirds of the members pres, 
ent. When the Governor is impeached, the Chie f 
Justice shall preside. 

3. The (Governor, and all other Executive and 
Judicial officers shah be liable to impeachments, but 
judgment in such cases shall not exiend further than 
to removal from office, and disqualification to bold any 
office of honor, trust, or profit under this state. The 
party convicted shall neve.the*ess be liable and sub- 
ject to indictment, trial and punishment according to 
law. 

4. Treason against the State, shall consist only in 
levying war against it, or adhering to its enemies, giv- 
ing them aid and com tort. No person shall be «on* 
victed of treason, unless on the testimony of two wit- 
nesses to the same overt act, or on confession in open 
court. No conviction of ti eason or attainder, shall 
work eonuption of blood, or forfeiture. 

Article Tenth. 
GGNBltvL PHOVHIOV3. 

§ 1. Meaihei-B of the General Assembly, and all 
officers, executive and judicial, shall, before they en- 
ter on the duties of their respective offices, take the 
following oath or affirm alio.*, tu wit. 

You do solemnly swear (or afnVea,as the case may 
be) that you will support the Constitution of the Uaj* 
ted States, and the Constitution of the state ot Con- 
necticut, so long as j«i continue a citizen thereof, 
and 1 hat you wi taithfully discharge, according to 
luw, the duties oi the office ot to 

the best of y. \ir abilities* So help vou God. 

2 Kach town shall annually elect Select men, 
and such officers of local ponce, its the laws may 
prescribe. 

3 The rights and duties of all corporations shall 
reman as if this I pfesutftition had not been adopted, 
with the exception ot suctt regulations and restrictions 
as arc con tamed in <h<s Constitution. \ll ;n;i:cial 
and civil officers n<;\> in offirt. mIio have been ap- 
pointed by the General Assembly, and eomi5s10n.ee! 



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according to law, and all «uch officers as shall be ap- 
pointed by the said Assembly, and commissioned 
as aforesaid, before the first Wednesday of May next, 
sjiall cntinue to hold thei* office until the first day 
of June next, un'ess they shal> before that time, re- 
sign or he removed from office ace ;dirg to law. The 
Treasurer and Secretary shall continue in office until a 
Treasurer and Secretary ahaH he appointed under this 
Constitution, \\\ military officers shall continue to hold 
and exercise th^tr respective < ffices, until thev shal re- 
sign or be removed according to law All laws not contrary 
o» inconsistent with the provisions of this Constitution, 
shal* remain in fo> ce until trey shall expire by their 
own limitation, or ahal! be aliened or repealed l»y the 
Genera! Assembly, in pursuauce of this Constitution. 
The validity of all bonds, debts, contracts, as well of 
individuals as of bodies corporate, or the state Ot all 
suits, actions or rights of action, both in law and equi- 
ty, shall continue as if no change had taken place.— 
The Governor, Lieutenant Gevernor, and General 
Assembly, which is to be formed in October k iext, 
shall have and possess all the powers an! authorities, 
not repugnant to or inconsistent wtn this constitution 
which they now have and possess, until the first Wed- 
nesday of May next. 

4. No Judge of the Superior Court, or of the 
Supreme Court ot Errors, no member oi Congress, no 
person holding any office under tbe authority of the 
United States, no person holding the office of Treasurer, 
Secretary, or Controller, no She -ifo. Shei ifPs deputy 
shall be a member of the General Assembly. 
Article Ulevenih 
OF AMENDMENTS OFTHE CONSTITUTION. 
Whenever a majority of the House of ttepresenta- 
tives shall deem it necessary to alter or amend this 
Constitution, they may propose such alterations and 
amendments, which proposed amendments sha I be 
continued to the General Assembly, and be published 
with the laws which may have been passed at the 
same session, and if two thirds of each house, at the 
next session ©f said Assembly,6hall approve the amend' 



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ments proposed, by veas and nays, said amendment 
shall, by the Secretary he transmitted to the tow n 
clerk in each town in this state, whose duty it shall 
be to present the same U the inhabitants thereof for 
their consideration, atatowri meeting legally warned 
and held for that purpose, and if it shall appear, in a 
manner to^be provided bv law, that a majority of the 
electors present at such meetings, shall have approv- 
ed such amendments, the same shal! he valid to all in- 
tents and purposes, as a part of this Constitution. 

RATES OF POSTAGE. 

For Single L?t;ers, composed of one piece of pa- 
per— Any distance not exceeding 30 miles, 6 cents. 
Over 30* »nd under 80 miles. 10 cents. Over 80 
and not exeeedng 150 miles. 121-2 cents. Over 
150, and and not e'«efted2$g 400 miles, 18 3-4 cents. 
Over 400 miles,, 25 cents. 

Double Letters, or those composed of two piece9 
of paper, arc charged with double 'h se rates. 

Triple Letters with triple those rates. 

Quadruple Letters. — On? or more pieces of paper 
mailed as a letter, and weighing one ounce, are char 
ged with quadruple postage ; and a* the sime rate, 
should the weight he greater ; and quadruple post- 
age is charged on a]| packages coutaining four piecei 
of paper . 

Newspapers. Each paper carried not over 100 
mi esl cent. Over 100 miles, 1 1-2 cents. But if 
came .! to a«»y Post Once in the st*t£ inwheh it is 
printed; whatever be the distance, the ate is 1 cent. 

Magazines. Pa; o phi Ms. and Legislative Journals 

Carried not over 100 miles, a sheM, 1 1-2. 
(jo* over lOOmles, 2 1-2 cents. 

Ha'f sheets same prop rtion. 

MagazinWand Pamph'et? which are not published 
Periodically, are to be charged foi 100 miles or legs, 
4 cems a aueel. Over 10 J aides 6 cents. 



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GOVERNMENT OF 

CONNECTICUT. 

Executive and Legislative Departments. 

HIS EXCELLENCY 

GIDEON TOMLINSON, Governor. 

Salary, $1100. 

CYRUS H. BEAIIDSLEY, Executive Secretary. 

HIS HONOR 

JOHNS. PETERS, Lieutenant Governob, 
Salary, $3*)0. 



SENATORS. 

Hon. John Welch, Hon. John Alsop, 

Ebe'k. Stwddard James Mitchel, 

Nathan Johnson Samuel Tweedy 

Samuel Church. Nathan ^mith 

Notes Darling, Ebr. Brockvvay 

k W. Crawford, Martin Welles 

Sain'l Ii< Huntington, Esq. CVk* of the Senate. 

Isaac Spencer, Esq. Treasurer, 

Thomas Day, Esq. Secretary. 

Seth P. Beers, Esq, Co?nV of the School Fund. 

James Thom&9*Esq.Compt. of Public Accounts 

Caleb Pond, Nathaniel Goodwin, Esquires. 
Auditors of Public Accounts. 



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ROLL OF THE 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 



Hon. Ebenezer Young, Speaker. 
^Charles Hawley, Thomas S* Perkins, Esq's. Clerks 

Hartford, Thomas S Williams, Henry Kilbourn 
Berlin, Levi Barnes, Lutner Beekley 
Bristol, Charies G Ives 
Burlington, Wait L^wrey 
Canton , Abiel Brown 

East tiartjord, John Pitkin, Allen Steward 
East Windsor, Timothy Ellsworth, £ii B. Haskell 
Enfield, Henry Kingsbury, David Gaies 
Furmington, Tiojoth) Pitkin, Jared Griswotd 
Glastenbury. Gideon Welles, Henry Dayton 
Granby, Daniel Benjamin, David Latham 
Hartla?id, Nathaniel Bosworth, Augustin Humphrey 
Manchester, W ilham Cooley 
Marlborough, William B. Board man 
Simsbury, Oliver C. Phelps, Amos Tuiler 
Southmg'On, Theodore Byington, John Wightman 
Nuffield, Ebenezer Pomroy, Charles Shepard, 
ft e i her s fie Id, Martin Welles, Will tarn Webb 
Windsor, Henry Sill-, Jnsish Phe»ps 
^ew-Haven. — Dennis Kimberly Chas, A Ingersolt 
J$ra?iford, Elijah Linsiey, Jonathan Hose, 2d. 
Cheshire, Wm. R. Hitchcock, Reuben W. Royce 
Derby, John H. D'Forrest 
Eat l Haven, Eleazer Hemingway 
Guilford, Nathaniel Griffin, Wm. Todd 
Hamden, Jared Bassett 
Jlludison, Reynold Webb 
Menden, Gershom Birdsey 
Middle bury, Nathaniel Richardson 
Milford* Abijah Carringtou, Samuel Durand, jr. 
JVbi'th Haven, Ebenezer Pierpont 
Orange, Atpheus Clark 

* Mr. Ha-wley obtained leave of absence, after serv- 
ing Jour weeks ; when Thos. Shaw Perkins, esq. was 
chosen Clerk, and Dennis Kimberly, esq. Assist, Clerk. 



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Oxford, Hiram Osborne 

Southbury, Edward Hmman 

Wallirii:fo> d. John D Reynolds. Thaddeus Cook 

Waterbury EUaa Ford, Eiastus Weltou 

Woodbridge, Charles S perry r jehiel Castie 

Wolcjtt, Arenibald Minor 

New-London —Jacob $. Guriey. haac Thomp son 

JKorw ch, Frank T Lathrnp, George Hill 

Hoz'ufi, Gm-dnc Aiery 

C<dchesttr % Samuel \, Peters* Benjamin Trumbull 

Franklin Dyer M'Call 

Gristvnld. Elisha Partridge, 

Groton, Eiisha Haiey John Brewster 

Jj<:-bon t Eli.ha Morgan 

Lebanon* Stephen D. Tilden, Eliaha Waterman 

Jjyme, Ohar'es J M 'Curdy, VIoses Warren 

JHontvdle, Sherwood Raymond, 

Nunh SiQmngton, Cyrus Williams, Eiias Hewitt, jtxh. 

Preston, Amos Avery, Jonathaa Brewster 

Salem John •■.. ttawsom, 

Stomngton, Jesse Dean, William Williams 

Watevford, Thomas S. Perkins, 

Fairfield.'— Kcbert Wilson Obadiah Beardsley 

JJanbury. Russell rloyt Isaac H. beeley 

Bridgeport , £mith Tweedy 

Jirookjieldf John B. Sanford 

JDarien, John Bell, 

Greenwich Silas Davis, Gideon Ferris 

JUuniington, Nathan G. Birdseye 

Monroe, Levi Edwards 

JV<?w Canaan Sanaue* Uaymond 

New Fairfield Vmzi Rogers 

Newtown Jacob Beers John Northrop 

Nonvalk, Moses Gregory Benjamin Isaacs 

Redding Thomas B. Fanton Gershom Sherwood, 

Ridgefield Jesse S, Bradley Jabez M. Gilbert 

Stamford Charles Hawley Abel Reynolds 

Stratford Elijah Booth 

Shermaii Eli Beardsley 

Trumbull, Robert Middlebrook 

Weston, Eli Adams, Levi Coley 

Wilton, Erastus Surges 



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Brooklyn, — Shubael Brown 

Ashjord, Micjiae) Richmond, Amos Knowltou, 

Canterbury, ttufus Adams, Chester Lyon 

Chaplin, YVilliam Martin 

Columbia, FJiphalet Bennett 

ffampt»n t Chauncey h\ Cleveland, 

KilUngly, Jedid;ah Sabin, F.benezer Young 

+11 ans fie Id, hnther Kingsley, Normand Brigham 

Plainfield. Jeremiah Kinsman, Erastus Lester 

Pom/ret, Thomas Hubbard, George Sharp 

Sterling, Joseph Gallup, 

Thompson, Jonathan NichoU, Faxon Nichols, 

Voluntoton. Ksnoe^Gallnn, 

Windham, Jonah Lincoln, Nathan Bass, 

Woodstock, ^sa May, Wheeler Phillips 

Litchfield.—- Phineas Miner William Beebe 

Jiarkhamsted Jesse Ives, Amos Beecher, 

JHethlem, Joseph H. belli my, 

Canaan William M, Bun'al, Samuel F. A^lams 

Colebrook Laurceln Phelps Arthur Uowei 

Cornwall John A, Sedgwick Peler Bierce 

Goshen Rr&stus Lyman Giles Griswold 

Har-winton, Phineas W. Noble, Noah Welton 

Kent Alpheus Fu'ler 

New Hartford AUsa'om Welles Jr. George C. Kellagg 

Aew JVlilford Klihu Marsh, 2d. David S. Boardmaa 

Norfolk. Amos Petlibone Joseph Rigg*, 

Plymouth Ransom BJakeslev 

Jloxhnry FU M. Smith, 

Salisbury Newman Ho'ley Robert Ball 

Sharon f'yius Swan Calvin Gay 

Torrinpton ErastU3 Hodges William Battell 

Warren Dan Carter 

Washington Constanline M'Mahon Samuel Leavitt Jr. 

Watericivn John Buckingham 

Winchester Asahel Smith V.uraan Wakefield 

Woodbury DqnieP Bacon Noah B. Benedict 

Middletown. Wra. L. Slorrs Elijah Paddock 

Chatham, Rlijan Colton Nathaniel IVtarkhamjr. 

J)urham Richard Robinson ^abez Chalker 

East Had dam Gideon Higgins Joseph Brainard 



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f/addam Simon Shaler Smith Clark 

KilCxng-ivorth, George Carter Rufus Turner 

Sayhrook Joseph Hill Arthur Lane 

Tolland Jeremiah Parish George M, Hyde. 

Bolton Saul Alvordjr. 

Coventry Stephen Hosmer Walter Loomis 

Ellington Joseph \bbot 

Hebron Daniel Hurrows jr. Peyton It. Gilbert 

Vomers Amariah K'bbe jr. Isaac Fuller 

Stafford ttphraim Hyde Gardiner Gaily 

Union Wm. P Sessions Philip Corbin 

Vernon Oliver H. King 

Willington Hiram Rider Oliver Holt. 



Judicial and Civil Departments. 

Judges of the Superior Court. 
Hon- Stephen T. Hosmer. Chief Judge. 
Hon. John T. Peters | Hon. James Lanman, 

Jeremiah G.B.u'nard, j David Daggett. 

Thomas Day Esq. Reporter of Judicial Decisions. 

ALLOTMENT OF JUDGES. 

From June, 1827, to June, 1828. 

SUMMER SESSIONS 
Chief Justice Hosme , Litchfield and Tolland Counties 
Judge Peters. New H*ven. 
Ju'lge Brainard, N T ew London and Haddara. 
Judge Lanman, Brooklyn and Banbury. 
Judge Daggett, Hartford. 

WINTER SESSIONS 
CUef Justice Hosmer, Hartford County. 
Judge Peters, Litehfie'd and Tolland. 
Judge Brainard, Brooklyn. 
Judge Lanman, Norwich. 
Judge Daggett, Fairfield N. Haven and Middlesex. 



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COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Thomas D»y Esq Chief Judge. 

Associate Judges, J; hu M Nles, Martin Welles, esqV 

Thoma* Chester Esq. Clerk and Treasurer, and 

Clei k of the Superior Court , 



Justices of ike Peace. 

Hartford, John T. Peiers, Kl.sha Colt, J«hn Russ 
Thomas Day, Joseph Trumbu l.Hezekiab Hum.n^on, 
Isaac Spencer, Hen>y Seimom, N#than Johnson, Jno. 
M N ;les, Charles vigour ney, fcaac fouiey, Cyprian 
Nichols, Gams Lyman, Jeremiah Brown, Seth Te»-»y, 
Je»emy Hoadley* Thomas K. Brace, Henry L. Els- 
woiih, Enoch Parsons, Samue! H. Huntington, >♦ hn 
M Gannet, Timothy Sedgwick.jr. Henry Mix, esq'*!.- 

Berlin Samuel Hart Benjamin Allen Thomas Lee 
Ira E. s mith Lnther Beckley Daniel Dunbar Orrin 
Beck ley esquues. 

Bristol, Joel Truesdale Jared W. Pardee Charles 
G Ives enquires. 

Burlington. — Simeon Hart Elias Wooden William 
JMaiks esquues 

Canton, lames Humphreys Benjamin Weed jr. 
Decius Humphreys Luther Highy Isaac Mills W m. 
H. dallock esquires 

East HartJora\ Lemuel White Samuel Pitkiu OzL 
as Willbn.s Joseph Treat Daniel Easton Sean. 
Webster e&quirev. 

Hast Windsor. Timothy Ellsworth Jonathan Bart- 
let t Eli B Haskell Daniel Hayden Horace Barber 
Elliot Grsmt John Watson W ilham Barnes Samuel 
Mills esquires. 

Enfield. Henry Terry Lorrain T. Pease Jabez Col* 
lins David Gates Geer Terry John C, Pease Henry 
Kingsbury Wm. Dixon esquires. 

Farming-ton. Timothy Piikin Lemuel Whitman 
Noadiah Woodruff Amasa Woodfotd Geo. Cowles 
Jared Griswold Horace Cowles etquires. 



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Glastcnbury. Zephaniah H. Smith Pardon Brown 
Divid fci. Hubbard, Jeremiah Stocking Geo. Merrick 
Solomon Co!e Jonathan Welles esquire^. 

Granby* Joab Griffin jr. Joel Holcombj James Dib- 
ble Daniel Benjamin Horace C'ark James Forward 
Daniel H Holcomb John Willey Hiram it. Pettibone, 
Alexander Holcomb esquises 

llartland. Nathaniel Bosw mh Jared Wew^l Ezra 
Doolitile Eli Wilder Wyllis Wright Asa Bushnell 
Phelp H u ™p hre y ses( l uire8 

Manchester. Geo. Cheeney Ephraim Wyllis Win. 
Cooley John Mather Joseph Noyes esqun* s. 

Marlborough. Joel Fo He, Eiisha Buel Samuel P. 
J ones j Oliver Pheips esquires. 

Simsoury.^ William Mather Eiisha Phelps Asaph 
Tu ! er James Goodwin John # Pettibone Calvin 
Bar be;, James Cornish, Frederick W. JeweU, Dudley 
Humphrey, Joseph Pinney esquires. 

Southing ton. Theodore Byington, Romeo Lowrey, 
John rtighttwan, Truman Barnel, Timothy Jones, 
Reuben Hart esquires. 

Suffield William Gay t Oliver Pease, Martin Sheldon 
Andrew Deunisoa Charles Shepard Wm. C. Gay, 
Harvey Hastings Samuel N orris esquires, 

W ether sjie.ld. Martin Kellogg jr. rtol.ert Francis 
Elijah Keaci) .lames L. Belden Henry Bulk ey Witi- 
iam Kobbois 2d. Joseph Haie Winthrop Buck esqVs. 

Windsor, Edward be: den Lutlur Fitch, Itichard 
Niles, James Loorrns, Ohver I'hral' Khsha N, Sill, 
Henry Sill, Harlehigh Haskel, Joseph Cornish jr, esq's. 

Practising Attorneys. 
Tsaac Touaev e>q State A: iorney. 
Hartf&rd. Enoch Perkins, Nathaniel Terry, Heze- 
&iah Huutington. lona. W, Edwards, Thomas S. 
Will ams. Walter Mitchell, Thomas Huntington, jr 
Isaac Perkins, Joseph l\u»Hbull ? Set 3 * Terry. Nathan 
Johnson, John M. N«.;es, *V< ft W rjl.worth, Nathan 
Coo'ey Henry L Klisw>tii, Alfred >mtth, Isaac Tou- 
aev <). E. W Hiams, Sauiuel H. Hunting. >o, Thomas C. 
f Veikm i Francis Parsons, John &• C. ikamard, juna- 



Edward3, Samuel H- Parsons, Simeon F. Dixon, Al 
fred Terry, B. L Rayner, enquires. 

Merlin, Daniel Dunbar, Ira E. £niith esquires, 

Bristol Gyrus l\ Smith esq, 

East-H'ihdior. Wm. Banes Seiah B. Treat esq V* 

Ei field. Henry Terry, William Dixon, Lorraia T 
Pease, squires. 

farming ton. Timothy Pitkin, Lemuel Whitman, 
Jaied Griswold, esquires. 

GtaUenbwy. Zephaniah H. Smith George Merrick 
esquh es. 

Gratify'. Grove Griswold, James H. Smith Silas 
Higtey, ;»»ram H. Petlibone, esquires 

Manchester , Ralph R. Phelps,George W Griswold, 
esquires 

Sumbury. Elisha Phelps, Frederick W Jewell* 
esquires. 

Southington. Roger Whittlesey, Samuel 11. Wood 
ruff, R rueo Lowrey, esquhes. 

Sujfieldi Win. Gay Charles Shepard Wm. G. Gay 
Seth Parsons enquires, 

IVeihersfield. Asher K'obbins esq. 

Wmdsov. John Sargeant Horace tf. Sill, Wm L, 
Perkins — — F^olt esquires. 

Noah A Phetpi esq. Hartford — Sheriff. 

Depuiy sheriffs. Hartiord — . Berth* 

Norris Wilcox. Canton, Hosea Case 2d E. Windsor 
Jesse Charlton Chester Belknap. Enfield Gilbert ii- 
hit Farmmgion Pomeroy Strong. Granby D*vid 
Latham. Simbbury, Jeffesy O, Phelps. Windsor 
Cicero Phelps 

Chester Adams, Jailer. 



C0UN1Y OF NEW-HAVEN. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Bennet Branson, esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Noyes Daii*ng, Jar*oJ Bsissett, esquires, 

Joseph Dai in t< rsq. frea*urcr. 
John Beach Esq. clerk, «od cleik of the riuyenor Court 



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Justices of the Peace. 

New-ffaven.— Wvn. Biinol laaac Mills tfatftan 
Smith ./Eneas Monson Charles Bbstwiek John Hunt l 2U. 
Chauncey Bunce Wm M»x Andrew Kidst.< n Lei t 
ifishop James Barnes Leir.an Chatfield Wm W. 
Boardman Anthony P. San ford Dennis Kimberly 
Chs. A. IpgersoW Hansom Burrilt Lbenezer Seeley 
Eli Mix esquires. 

Branjord- — Benjamin Pr.ge Jaeob Frisbie John 
Potter Abraham Rogers Jr. Henry Tamtor Chandler 
Barker Augustus Baldwin Benjamin It. Fowier Orrio 
D Squires esquires. 

Cheshire. Rufns Hitchcock, Burrage Beach Sam. 
xiel Peck Reuben W Roy* John A. Foote esquires. 

Derby. — Philo Bassett Sheldon Curtiss Russell 
Hitchcock Jeremiah French John L. Tomlinson L hn 
T. Wheeler Bennet Lum William Humphreys esqYe, 

East Haven. — liberty Kimberly Degr&ssel Maltby 
John Hemingway Beia Farnham Wyllys Heming- 
way esquires. 

Guilford. — David S. Fowler Reuben Elliott Timo- 
thy Stone William Todd William Spencer* Henry 
Eliott George Lantion Samuel Fowler esquires, 

Hamden. ~Ru9&el PierponC Hezekiah J. Warner 
Jared Bassett Joel Ford Ambrose Puttie esquires. 

Madison.— Frederick Lee John F. Meigs Nathmn 
W. Hopscm W T m. Blatchiey Curt'u V^ iicox Joiiah 
Coan J. \ esquires. 

JWm'Je7j.— Benajah Andrews Wm. Yale Titus Ives 
Patrick Ciark Asahel Merrium Noah Fomeroy'etq't s. 

Middlebury, — James D. Wooster, Nathaniel Rich, 
ardson tirastus Smith 

Milford — William Durand William Strong J n' -than 
Ciark Abijah Carnngton Andrew French Samuel P. 
bunn enquires. 

Aorth- Haven — Justus Bishop Daniel Pierpont Jacob 
Bassett Jesse KrockeU esquires, 

O.'fln^e.— Ichabod A. Woodruff David Treat Jonas 
F. Merwin Soiomon Johnson Lyman Piindle Nehe- 
miah Kimberly Alpheus Clark, esquires. 

Oxford.— Abel Wheeler, Levi Candee Samnel Meigs 
Ntah Stone Samuel Wire Sheldon Clark, John A.Coe 



Prospect. Woodward Hotchkiss Samuel Peck esq's 

Southhury.— >V iii.a.ii Hmm*a Moses Wheeler John 
Moseiey Gideon Judson, Johns Pierce, Ebeneaer 
Johnson, David Bradley, Edward Hinman Elliott 
Beardsley esquires. 

Walling ford. Aaron Hail, Araos Button Caleb Cooki 
Huno Munson Malachi Cook 3ra Ynie John Barker 
W T m- Marks Jfhfi D. Reynolds esqunes % 

Waterbitry. Bennett Bronson, John* Kin gsbury, 
Ashley 6'cott, Chauncey Lewis, Woodward Hotchkiss, 
Truman Porter, Joel rliuman. Elias Ford, Cyrus Clark 
Timothy Porter esquires. 

Woodbrxdge Ezra Kimberly, Geo. F. Peck,Noyes, 
Darling, Arch il>; h) A Perkins, Adonijah Jrrtnch, 
Daniel Tolies. j J >hn Dibble, John Lines Truman 
Hotchkins James A, Darling esquires. 

WoLcott Archibald ^iner Lev* Hall Orrin Plum 
Win. A, Aicock esquires. 



Practising Attorneys. 

Nathan Smith, esquire State Attorney. 

JKeiu-Buv.n- William Hi lhouse, Simeon Baldwin 
Nathan Smith, Henry W. Edwards, Ralph !• Inger- 
sol, Joi.n Beach, Roger S HaidwiL, Samuel L Hitch * 
cocfc, Di nn» Knrvberly, Roger S # Skinner, Cha ies 
A Ingersftjl, William VV. Boardman, Ebenczer Sefeley 
Char lea Chapman George C e GoddanUsaac tf. Towns* 
end, Heny ri. Peck, Sherman Crosweil Ainoii Har- 
rison, .1. M. Edwards, esquires 

Che?hre. Biirrage Beach John A. Foot esquires 

J) by John L. Tom I in son e*q 

<Jnilfora v\ iiham Todd *\. .VI Bolles esquires, 

filer ilea Benajm Andrews esq 

J\J\/Jord, David B. Ingersoll t-q. 

Souihburti, Edwa<d !i'»man e>q. 

Haierbury, Cyrus Clak Joel Hinman esquires. 

Charles H. P( ad e-q JSexu '1aven<, Sheriff 

Dfputii X her iff.*. tv»*tus Os-. -.n Ja»on 1 es New 

Haven* feacnuel Yale Meriden, Horace Caudee Oxford 



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WU'iamHicock Southbury Reiben Stone Gailford. 
Augustus Beebc Waterbury* Franklin Cook Walling- 
ford. .Silas Hitchcock Cheshire. 

David liutler New Haven- Jailer. 



COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 



COUNTY COtfRT. 

John Hyde, esq Chief Judge. % 

Ajso, Judges, Wm Randall, Samuel B. Mather, e6q'rs\ 

Joseph Wiiiiamsesq Treasurer, 

Charles L»th»op e*q Clerk, and Clerk 

oi the Superior Court. 



Justices of the Peace , 

JY>w London. Elias Pe kin*. Jacob B. Garley, Ji- 
rah Ibharn, bbentzer Learned, Isaac Thompson, Cod- 
dington Billings. Christopher Manwarmg, Wilianj P, 
Cleavelandjun, Thomas Mussey, Thomas West, es- 
quires 

Aorwich. James Lap man, Joseph Williams, James 
Stedman, Benjamin Snow, John Hyde John Fawning 
E.eazer Rogers George Hill, RoswHl \loig»n, Eber 
Backus, Isaac atoiy, Asa Roalh. Lewis Hvr'e, John 
H. Tow a send Asa Child John \. RpckweU, Erasms 
Cuitj Htnry Suong. Elisha Tracy «rsquirear 

hozrtJi, Gaidner Avery, William Whitmg, Ezra 
Lat hm' p, {times Lamb, Eijah Huntington, esquires. 

Colchester. Benjamin Trumbull, Samttel A. Fetors 
Zachunah Olmsted, John liigelow, Artemas Worth- 
ington, Aveiy Morgan, Amherst 1) Ssovdl, Amariah 
Brainard esqu res. 

Franklin. Ira Abel, Darius Frink, Comfort D. Fill- 
jnore,A-van Abel, iienry 'iazen esquires. 

GnswoM. Alexander Stewart jun Welcome A, 
Browning, Elisha Partridge Nathan St nton, Thomas 
Stewart , John W Faonii,g esquires. 

9r9ton: fcbtmefcer Aver j . Kalph Hurifcut, Jdir. 



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0. Miner, Amos A. Niies, Roswell Fish, Caleb Avery 
John Brewster, John Spicer 2d. William Williams, 
Rodman Niles, Paimer Hewitt, Rufus Smith, Philip 
Gray, Nathan Daboll, George W r .Ayer esquires. 
Lebanon. William T. Williams,Peleg Thomas jr. Asa- 
he 1 Dewy,Daniel Hutchins, \bel Goodwin, 1 homas 
Babcock, Charles Abel, Denison Wattles jr. John 
Robinson, Elisha Waterm an esquires. 

Lisbon. Frederick Tracy, Joseph Jewett, Nathan 
Brooks, Samuel Peckham, Joseph L. Lyon esquires. 

Lyme. Moses Warren, Ebenezer Brockway, Chas* - 
Smith, Samuel B. Mather* Joel Loomis, Peter Gom- 
stock, Joseph Chadwick, Henry M. Waite, Ezra 
Pratt, Thomas W. Strickland, Joshua R. Warren, 
Richard E. Selden jun. John S. Rogers,Charles Grig* 
wold, William Neyes jun. Charles J. McCurdy, es~ 
quites. 

Montville, Asahel Otis, Nathaniel Bradford, Ste- 
phen G. Thatcher, Hazard Browning, Sherwood Ray- 
mond, Thomas Fitch, William Raymond, Caleb Lyon 
esquires. 

North Stonington. Elias Hewitt Nathan Pendleton, 
Sands Cole Chester Smith, Benjamin Pomeroy, Wil- 
liam Randall jun John Langworthy Perez Hewitt 
David Coats, Latham Hull, Samuel Chapman, esquires. 

Preston. Stephen Meech. Walter Palmer, Denison 
Pa n.er, Jonathan Brewster, Roberts. Avery, Elisha 
Brewster Jabez W. Giddings, esquires. 

Salem. Joseph Morgan, Shubael Parks, Vine Stod- 
da* d, Henry Perkins esquires. 

Sionington. Enoch Burrows, William Randall, Isaae 
Williams, William Robinson, George Hubbard, Joseph 
INoyes, Elias Brown, Gurdon Trumbull, Giles R. 
Hallam, Asa Fish, Alexander G. Smith Elisha Faxon 
Samuel F. Denison, John Davis esquires. 

VVaterford, Griswold Avery, Jonathan Comstock 
Joshua B. Chapel Edward R. Warren Thomas S. Per- 
kins, James Rogers 2J, esquires. 



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Practising Attorneys: 
Jacob 13. Gurley, esq. State Attorney. 

New London. Lyman Law. »Villiam P. Cleaveland 
Coddington Billings, Jacob B. Gurley, Jirah Isham. 
Fbenezer Learned, Wm F. Brainard, William P. 
Cleaveland jr. William H. Law esquires. 

^Norwich. — Calvin Goddard, Joseph Williams, James 
Stedman, Roswell Morgan, George Hill, Henry Strong 
Asa Child, John A. Rockwell George B. Ripley, es- 
quires. 

Colchester. Benjamin Trumbull, Samuel A. Peters 
Amherst 1). Scovill, GHphalet A. Bulkiey esquires, 

Oriswold, Samuel C. Morgan esq. 

Lebanon. William T. Williams, Denison Wattles 
jr. esquires. 

Lyme. Henry M.Waite, Charles Griswold, Charles 
J. McCurdy esquires. i 

North Stoningten, Benjamin Pomeroy esq. 

Stonington. George Hubbard, Elias Brown, Alex 
ander G. Smith esquires. 



Simeon S?mith, esq. New London Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs,— Nathan Raymond, New London. 
Burrel Lathrop. Frederick Prentice, Norwich. New- 
hall Taintor, Colchester Stephen Haley, Groton.— 
Lodowick Bill, Lyme, Samuel M. Downer, Preston. 
Zebulqn Chesebrough, Stonington, 

Jailers. Champ lain Lester, New Londoa. Augus 
tus Hyde. Norwich. 



COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD, 



COUNTY COURT. 

John Q Wilson, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso, Judges, Benjamin Isaacs, Jedidiah Graves, esCjts* 

Jeremiah Sturges esq. Treasurer. 

Thomas B, Osborne, clerk, and clerk of the 

Superior Court. • 



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Justices of the Peace 
Skitrfield. David Hdi, Hull Bradley, John Hull, Je. 
yeniiah Purges, Eliphaiet Swift, 1 h >mas B. Osborne, 
Qhadiah 'Beardsley, John Staples, Seymnur Ta> tor 
Jessup Banks, lohn J. W'lson, JohitS Wilson, Ger- 
shorn Waktman. Robert Wilson,, esquires 

Manburv Saoiutl H. Pi i!i p*. Nathan Seeley, Da- 
vid F<»ot Reuben Booth, Russet (-fort; John S # Slack- 
nian 01 ver Shepard, Zadock. Stevens, Edward Tay- 
lor, e*q«» es. 

Bridgeport. Isaac Sherman. David Nichols, Philip 
A Cannon Noah Piun*b, Berjamin Broi.ks, Fitch 
Wheeler, Maik Moore, Charles Whiten, esquires 

Brookfield Kli tiuggles. Zera S. A- Peck, vVait S. 
Northrop, Bvant Mnuh, Wuiiam Meeker, esquites, 

Danen, Thaddeus Rejl, John Weed jr. Jonathan 
Bates, Abraham ( lock, Darius K. Scofieftf. esquires 

Greenwich Joshua Ferris, Ard Reynold*, G'lberi 
Close, ^arafcel Close, .John 1, Tracy, Jared '*inith t esqrs. 

Huntington. Joseph fchelten, Hezekiah Marks, 
Christopher N. Site t ton, Donald ludso.j, esquires. 

Monroe. Cyrus H. Beardsley, Samuei *A heeler, 
Timothy % Wei's be! F»ench, Levi Edwards, Agu? 
Lewis, Lyman Wakelte, Steohen Middiebrook, esq. s. 

New Canaan. Samuel Raymond, Jonathan B e Ben- 
edict, kbenezer CroftU, esquires 

JSew FairjieUL Jabe?, lYeadwell, David Lane, Da«, 
vid Bat nam, esquires. 

Newtown. Benjamin Hard, Jacob Iteers, Adonirara. 
Pairchdd, Samuel C, Biaekman, Z^ehariah Clark jr. 
Smith Booth, David H. Belden, Henry Dutton,Lamson 
Birch, enquires, 

Norwalk. Benjamin Isaacs, Henry BeJden, ^m. 
1V1, BeiU, Barnabas Marvin, Clai k Bis»eL Seth Tay- 
lar, Thaddeus Betts, Samuel B. Warren, esquires. 

Redding* WiMiam Sanford, Jonathan Meeker, Ger. 
shorn Sherwood, Aaron Sanford jr. Joel Foster* Jolua 
M. Heron, esqnireg. 



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Midge field, Samuel Stebbins, Jesse S. Bradley, 
Bradley Hull, Lot Forrester, //arvey Smith, Elijah 
Hywley, esquires. 

Sherman, Jedidiah Graves Eli Beardsley William 
Gidd;pgs David fforthrnp Jame9 A Giddiags esqra. 

Stamford, Simeon H. Minor, Charles Haw iey, Dun- 
iel Lock wood, Theodore Davenport ^amu-1 Lock- 
wood, Smith K. Sibley* Latham H- yt, esquire? 

Stratford, fcobert Fairch !d Jabez K Tomlinson 
Daniel Judson ? David i?*ooks, Khj-m Rooth, JosiaU 
Gorham, D*vid rf, Brooks, Nath'l S, Whea'er esq^g, 

Trumbull Elijah Middlebrook David Hawley Dan- 
iel *akeley annuel Beard 4ey Elihu. Beach Isaiah 
Nichols David Beach esquives, 

fVestin I-aac Beunet Walke» Sherwood Stephen 
Wheeler C^iver C, Stanford Calvin Wheeler jr. ^im- 
eon F nton Peter SUiiman Samuel Rowland Ward 
Nichols esquires. 

Hilton, tirastu* Sturges Matthew Marvin Hawley 
Olmsted Jesse Smith Zalmoa Dikeman Isaao M, 
Sturges esquire*. 

Practising Attorneys, 
Simeon H, Minor, e.-q. State A:torney» 
Fairfield, finger M, Sherman, Samual B. Sher- 
wood, Samuel Kuwiand, Kliphaiet Swift, Thomas B. 
Osborne tsquires, 

Bridgeport, Joseph Backus Charles Winton Gail 
F IHieeier Ma»k Moore Joseph Wood Aiaftson Ham- 
lin t-«q'tJres, 
Braokjield, Reman IFurch, Bryant Smith, esqwireg. 
Oanbury, Matthew W, Whittlesey lieubeu HjoqUi 
Edward 1'ayior, Thnma* T. V\h»Ui&$ey ? J L Uiford, 
esquires* 
Aionroe* Gyrus H, Beardsley t esq 
JVWfrw/i &am««i C. trackman, David H. Beldcn 

&UUon*ej5tj ' 
Mmalh Clerk Biasel, Fhadleas Betti esquires. 
■■ ;, tf«m, Horace M. $hrpard etiq. 

fstd, Simeon M> Miner ,Ch*r!ei Hawley ,€««/»» 
tfim t Abijtm Bvuuk^ esq. 



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Friend Starr, esq. Sheriff, Danbury. 

Deputy Sheriffs. — Lewis N. Nash, Fairfield. Aaron 
Seeley, Danbury - Heman Warner, Newtown. Davis 
Lock wood, Stamford. Asa Benjamin, Bridgeport. 
Charles Isaacs, Norwalk* Ralph Sanford, Redding. 
Wra. Wheeler jr. Monroe. Bradford Winton, Weston. 

Jailers. — Samuel Beers,Fairneld ; Eli Starr,Darsbury 



COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 



COUNTY COURT. 

David Bolles. Esq. Chief Judge, 

Asso, Judges — Vine Robinson, John Durlap, esquires 

David C. Bolles, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the 

Superior Court. 



Justices of the Peace. 

Brooklyn. Vine Robinson, Samuel Scarborough, 
David C Bolles, Elisha Adams, Adams White jr, Uriel 
Fuller, Jonathan A. Welch, John Parish, esquires 

Axhford. David Bolles. Levi Work, John Warren 
Thomas Dow, Nathan Hayward, Michael Richmond 
Daniel Knowlton, Amasa Lyon, Edward S. Keyes 
Ichabod Bulk ley, Elisha Byles, Calvin Whitney esqrs, 

Canterbury. Andrew T. Judson, Asahel Bacon, Pe- 
ter Morse, William D. Foster, Uufus Johnson jr. Sam- 
uel L. Hough, Walter Williams, Rufus \dams, Lu. 
ther Payne, Chester Lyon Danie) Parker esquires. 

Chaplin. David Avery Origen Bennet, John Ross 
John Clark, Luther Ripley esquires. 

Hampton. Nathaniel F. Martin Charles Moulton 
Chauncey F.Cleaveland Jonathan Clark Roger Tain- 
tor Ebenezer Butnham esquires. 

Killingly. Joseph Adams, Anthony i>Vown Eben- 
ezer Young Penuel Hutchins Luther Warren Arba 
Covel, David Chase, Harvey Blashfield, John Dixon 
Thomas Durfee, Thomas Backus jr. William Alex 
ander esquires. 



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Plaiiijleld. Joseph Eaton James Gordon John Lea- 
J'T John Dunlap Sessions Lester Francis B. Johnson 
George Middleton Jonathan Goff esquires. 

Po?nfret t Ephraim Irgalls John Bolbiook George 
Sharpe Thomas Hubbard Thomas M. Grosvenor 
Job Williams William James esquires. 

Sterling. Calvin Hibbard Jeremiah Young John 
Gallup William Arnold esquires. 

Thompson. George Learned Simon Davis Jona. 
Nichols John Nichols Stephen Holmes esquires. 

Voluntoion* James Alexander Sterry Kinne Benj. 
Gallup Daniel Keigwin Miner Robbins esquires- 

Windham. Samuel Perkins John Baldwin Jona. 
Devotion Roger 'Huntington John A'taniford Abner 
Robinson Jonah Lincoln Alfred Young,Edwards Clark 
Henry Huntington Thomas Gray esquires. 

Woodstock. Ebenezer Stoddard John McLellaa 
John Paine William Bowen Abraham W. Paine Lu- 
ther Rawson Peruel Corbin Jonathan May John Fox 
Wheeler Phillips esquires. 



Practising Attorneys. 
Andrew T. Judson.esq. State Attorney. 

Brooklyn. John Parish Jonathan A. Welch Uriel 
Fuller David C Holies Daniel B. Tyler esquires. 

Ashford. Samuel Ashbyjr. David Bolles ichabod 
Bulkeley esquires. 

Canterbury . Andrew T.Judson Daniel Frost jr. 
esquires. 

Hampton Joseph Prentis Chauncey F. Cleaveland 
esquires* 

Kiilingly, Thomas Backus jr. Ebenezer Young es- 
quires. 

Plainfield. Joseph Eaton F. B. Johnson esquirea 

Pomjrei John Holbrook Elisha B.Perkins Braetus 
Spalding esquires. 

Sterling, Calvin Hibbard esq. 

Thompson. George Larned Simon Davis esquires 

JVmdham. Samuel Perkins John Baldwin DavuJ 



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You»g Edwards Clark Thos.Gray Henry Hantingtoa 
esquires 

We&dstoch. Jchn McLellan Eben'r Stoddard John 
F.Williams esquires. 



David Keyes, esq Sheriff, Ashferd. 
Beputy Sheriff's. Socrates Baleom, Windham . Philip 
?ear! jr. Hampton. Alfred Clark, ^shford. , Viicent 
Hnkley, Plainfield. John Thurston, Sterling. George 
Warren, Kiiiingly. 

Wm. Tyler, Brooklyn, jailer. 



COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 



C0U5TY COURT, 

Augustus Pettibone e*q Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Martin Strong, John Welch, esquire 

Abel Catlin, esq. Teasuier. 
Frederick W oIeott,esq Clerk, aud Clerk of the 
Superior Court 



Justices of the Peace. 

Litchfield Frederick Wolcett, Asa Bacsn, Leu 
Catlin Phioeas Miner,Morris Woodruff', Seth P. Beers 
Jabez W. Hnntington, Jonathan Buell, Elisiia HarrL 
son, James Birge, Enos St-iddard, David C. Sanfor«\ 
Hugh P Welch Tru nan Smith enquires. 

Bavkkamzted John Merrill, Amos Beecher Sarn- 
ie! Munson, Lciceste- Loomis Lambert Hitchcock 
Anson Wheeler e^qui^e. 

Bethlem, Samuel Ifioss. Nathan Burton ju*. David 
Bird Conant Catlin Joseph H. Bellamy esqu'.rei, 

Canaan Wm. M. Uurrall Joshua Cornwall James 
Feno William Hotlabird l<emati Church Asahel North 
Jabez Brewster esquiice- 

Colebr-ook. Reuben ft »ckwell Seth Marshall Laun. 
•etoi Phelps .Samuel Whuford esquires. 

CiruwalL Oliver Buvuhant Wuv, Kellogg, George 



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Wheaton Samuel Hopfenu, Peter Bierce John A, 
SedgWiek esqunes. , 

Goshen. Truman 5tarr Theron Towner Samuel 
Chap'tn, David L. Patme'ee Enstus Lfman esquire*. 

Huvwmton. N©ah WelUrn Benajah Bay den Jacob 
O. Catlin Gavlord Wells esquires. , r 

JToif. Nathaniel P Perry. John MjWi ■ohn H Swift 
Nathan Slosson Bu-dsey Beardsley Garrit W me&ar 
Alpheus Fuller Lewis Mil's esquhes. 

New Hertford. Asa Goodwill \ndrew \herr.ethy 
Roger Mills Wil iam G. Williams -Isaac KeMogg es- 
quires. . 

J\ civ-Mi i ford. David S. Boardman Joel San ford, 
Homer Boardman Eli Todd Stephen Crane Daniel 
Gaylord Perry Smith Orange Vferwin Levi Morris 
Nathaniel Perry Ezra Noble esquires. 

Norfolk, Augustus Pettibme Joseph Battel! Josepk 
Ttiggs, Bushneli Kaapp Edmund Brown Michael I > 
Mills, Grove Finnev esqnires. 

Plymouth Calvin Butler Thomas Mitehel Cbaun* 
cey Warner Ransdm Blakeslee esquires, 

Roxbury. Josi«h R. Eastman Royal ft. Hinman 
Stephen Sanford James Trowbridge William Pierce 
esquires. , ; 

Salisbury. Lot Norton Martin Strong fcamuel 
Church Biiphalet Whittlesey Seneca Pettee John G. 
Mitchel, Newman Holly Philander Wheeler esquires, 

Sharon. Samuel E Everett Oliver Kellogg A<»sel 
Sterling Samuel Rockwell Samuel U. Gager Benoiit 
3 J eck Samuel Roberts Horatio Sni.th Stephen littU 
Cyrus Swan esquires. 

Torrinrton Wra JBattell Erastua Hodges Ruwt* 
C, Abe.nethy Griawohl Woodward Levi Munseli Win, 
North esquires. . 

Warren. Stephen Stroag, Therman MarU ell Sol- 
omon Weston Dan Carter esquires 

Wtshinfton. Oiirtia Jfteoek Daniel B t Brlnanw-t 
Youngs Elhott-iSflsign Bushneli //*i manua Marshal Al- 
vhi Brown Cooityuittli MeMbhoa Frederick I> **»« 
ieiquirei* 



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Watertoiim. Holbronk Curtiss John Buckingham. 
James Skiiton Benjamin De Forest John Morris en- 
quires. 

Winchester . Joseph Miller James Beebe Truman 
S. Wetmore Luman Wakefield Isaac Bronson Jonathan 
Coe, William S. HollabiricF esquires 

Woodbury. Charles B Phe'ps Jesse Miner Mathew 
Miner jun. Leman Sherman Gideon B. itotsford John 
Strong jun. esquires. 

The following persons were appointed Justices for 
this County, but in what towns, is unknown, viz : — 
Leman Bradley, Elijah Sherman jr. esquires* 

Practising Attorneys. 
Samuel Church, esq state attorney. 

Litchfield. Asa Bacon, Phineas Miner, Seth P, 
Beers, Jabez W. Huntington, Truman Smith, David 
C # Sanfod esqures. 

Bethlem. Joseph H. Bellamy esq. 

Canaan. Wm M- Burrall, Reuben Hunt Lemuel 
Church John Elmore jr. Darnel Jaqua jr. esquires. 

Cornwall. George Wheat^n esq, 

Goshen Rirdsey Baldwin Ne'son Brewster esquires. 

Kent. Nathaniel P. Perry Frederick Chittenden 
esquires, 

Norfolk. Michael F. Mills esq 

New Mil ford. David S. Beardman Perry Smith 
Nathaniel Perry esquires. 

New Hartjord R_>ger Mills, William G. Williams 
esquires. 

Plymouth. Calvin Butler esq. 

Salisbury. Samuel Church Philander Wheeler Jno # 
G. Mitchel JohnH. Mubbard esquires. 

Jioxbury. Royal R. Hmman Isaac Leavenworth 
esquires, 

Sharon. Ansel Sterling Cyrus Swan, Charles F. 
Sedgwick Fbenezer Blackmaa Wm» Rockwell esquires. 

Torvington. Thomas Wilcox esq. 

Washington. Frederick I. Fenn esq. 



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Waterlbivn. Ilolbrook Curtiss esq. 

Winchester. Joseph Millet? William S, Holabird 
John Boy <{ esquire?. 

Woodbury. Noan B. Benedict Matthew Miner jr. 
John Strung jr. Charles B. Phelps esquires. 

Ozias Seymour esq, sheriff, Litchfield. 
Deputy Sheriffs. — Ozias Lc.vis, Litchfield. Wrn. 
P. Uussd/Canaan. Philo Mills, Kent Tertius Warttf- 
worth, New Hartford . Charles A. Judswn, Washing- 
ton. Thomas Curtis, Norfolk Gideon Hall, Win- 
chester. Nathan Preston, Woodbury. Oliver VV, 
Picket, New Milford. William H. Walton, Salisbury . 
John S. Warner, Plymouth. Henry Reed, Sharon, 
Stephen Denting, Litchfield, Jailer. 



COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 



COUNTY COURT. 
Hon Samuel W, Dana, Chief Judge. 
Asso. Judges, William Carter, Franklin G. Comstocfc, 
esquires. 
* Selh Overton esq. Treasurer. 

John Fiik, Clerk, and Clerk of the superior Court. 
Wra. H. Fisi, assistant Clerk of saperior and county- 
Courts. 



Justices of the Peace. 
Middletoion Stephen T. Hosmer, Alexander Wol- 
cott, Samuel W. Dana, Joshua Stow, Josiah Savage. 
Daniel J GrUwoId, Eli Coe, Josiah Sage, George W. 
Stanley, fclisha Treat, Augustus Cook, Hezekiah Rice, 
Thomas Mather, Daniel Burrows, William L, Storrs, 
Abiel A. Loorais, James Hart esquires. 



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Haddam. Samuel Arnold Jonathan Burr Jonathan 
Usher Charles Arnold Ely Warner Smith Clark 
liussel Shaler Hezekiah Scovil Danict Brooks esq's. 

Chatham. Benjamin Hurd Ralph Smith sparrow 
Fmith San u el liall Phillip S»ge Franklin G Com" 
stock Hart et Lewis Ira Lee Diodate 13. West Darnel 
P* nfield esquires, 

jiurhum, % > onhington G. Chauncey Lemuel Camp 
Samuel i »bhais '1 inunthy Coe Asahel strong John 
White esquires. 

Musi Haddam, Josiah Gtiffipg Isaac Chapman 
Isaac Chestei Wra. Hunger ford Russel Datton 0»Wer 
Green Aaron C. Pa'mer Lemuel C Daniels Thomas 
C. Boardmau Ozias Holmes Azel Utley William SiliU 
wian esqusres. 

JCiliingicorth Wm Carter Austin Oicott JededL 
ah Harris David Kr-lsey Jared Elliot Benjamin Kurd 
.Davio Griswcld George Carter Jeremiah Huh, 
J'hnSianton E'i*ha Ke s sey Leonard Davis esquires. 

£a7jhro%k. John Siannard Clark Nott. \Vm< Lynde 
J-'tl Pratr, Ruius Clark Lbene^r Hoyden Re* n<>ld 
V» ebb Ba« i Denison Samuel Caiter (jeo-ge Pratt 
Guidon Smith Joshua L'Hommedieu JedidiahPo** 
George Reed Samuel Hough Samue Ingham. esquV 

Practising Attorneys* 
George W , Mai ley, e q state attorney. 
Jtfiddkfivn Samuel W Dana, Matthew T Rus* 
aei, George. W Stanleys Fhjah Hubbard. Jonathan 
Barnes j V\ illiam L. Storrs, Wiiii a m Van Deursen, 
Sam'l D, Hubbard, Abie! A.Loomis, Isaac \\ ebb, csqrst 
Chatham, Huiace Poote. esq. 
itutidum. Eli Warner, Smith Clark, Linus Parme- 

squires, 
&a*tHkdtfyfa. William RtMIfiftrfotdj Axel Xhhy f 
N L. Putter etqtiircs* 
SayBroak* kamuel tiYgbft'sij Stephen W Sti 



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Gideon Higginae&g. East lladdam sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs, David K Hubbard, Haddam. Fred- 
crick Wrijj. t 2d, Kdl ng worth. 

Jailers. -Harvey Tread way, Middletown. Ntali 
Claik jr. Had d* or! 



COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 



COUIVTY COURT, 

Asa Willey, Esv Casef Judge. 

Asso. Judges, lug >!dsby W Crawford, Eliphalet 

Young, e r quires 

Jeremiah Parish esq. Clerk. 

Elisha Stearns esq. Clerk of superior Court, 

Justices of the Peace. 

Tolland. Jonathan Barnes, Calvin vVilley, Eliphalet 
Youu£, Jeremiah Parish, George Vi Hyde esq ui-es. 

Bolton. Jabez L White Daniel W. Badger Noah 
Strong Samuel \Jvord )r. esquires. 

Coventry Nathan Howard fsaiah Daggett Zelotes 
Long Cephas Biigham Levi SweeUand Stephen Hos- 
mc esquire3. 

Columbia. Samuel Little Gersh^ro Dorrance Am- 
herst Scovel ^ilas Fn'ler A a'lel CUrk esquires. 

Ellington As* Wdley Robert Hyde Benjamin 
Pinney r Oiivvr W. S» H esquires- 

Hebron. Peyton R Gilbert John S. Peters Abuer 
Hendee Leonard Htndee Wm, Krown Levi Waldo 
Judah Porter Ra'ph Gilbert enquires 

Mansfield John W. Slter Za»mon Storrs Seth Dun. 
ham Dav'd ConnaFit Luther Kingsley John Fitch 
Daniel Bumhara esquires. 

Vomers Horatio A. Hamilton Walter R. Kibbe 
Ichaboa Mudge Oliver ChapinsM. Loren P. Wald© 
esquires, 






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Stafford. Benning Mann R»tlolphus Woodworth 
Nathaniel Sibley Amos Harvey Nathan Bartlett Zina 
Winter esquires. 

Union, Ingoldsby W. Crawford Luther Crawford 
Augustus Moore esquires. 

Vernon. Lebbeus P. Tinker Francis McLean Oliver 
H. Kins; esquires. 

Willington. Daniel Glazier John J Moult on Hiram 
Rider esquires, 



Practising Attorneys* 

Jonathan Barnes, esq. State Attorney.- 

Tolland, Jonathan Barnes, Calvin Wiliey, Jeremi- 
ah Parish Elisha Steams, Randall Crawford, esquires 

Bolton. Saul Alvoni, jr. esq. 

Columbia. \saKe) Clark, esquire. 

Ellington Asa Wiley John H. Brockway esquires. 

Hebren. Balph Gilbert, A. G. Porter, esquires. 

Mansfield. John Fitch John W. Salter, esquires. 

Somers. Walter R. Kibbe Loren P Waldo, esquires. 

Stafford Benning Mann Rodolphus Woodworth. 
Ahoiiab Johnson jr Stewart Beebe esquires. 



Joseph 



Elijah Johnson esq. Stafford, sheriff. 
Deputy sheriffs. Samuel Kent, Tolland. 
Sible), Stafford. Simon House, Hebron, Daniel Kmv 
ball jr. Ellington 

Samuei Kent, Tolland Jailer. 



Overseers of New Gate Prison. 
Martin Sheldon, Jonathan Pettibone, Tho'sK* Brace, 



Directors of Connecticut State Prison. 
John Russ, Martin Welles, John S* Peters, 



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COURTS OF PROBATE. 



Districts. 

Berlin 

Chatham 
i Danbury 

East Haddam 

East Windsor 

Ellington 

Fairfield 

Farming ton 

Granby 

Guilford 

Hartford 

Hebron 

Lebanon 
"Litchfield 

Middletown 

New Hartford 

New Haven 

New London 

New Mil ford 

Newtown 

Norfolk 

Norwalk 

Norwich 

Plainfield 

Pomfret 

Say brook 

Sharon 

Simsbury 

Stafford 

Stamford 

Stratford 

SouthiDgton 

Stonington 

Suffield 

Wallingford 

Waterbury 

"Windham 

Woodbury 



Clerks. 
Ira K. Smith 
F. G. Com stock 
Sam 5 1 H. Phillips 
B. M. Trumbull 



Judges* 
Thomas Lee 
Benjamin Hurd 
Heuben Booth 
Benj. Trumbull 
Lorrain T. Pease 
A?a Willey Mmes B' .Bull 

David Hill Dav'.d Hill jr. 

Noadiah Woodruff L.Whitman 
joab Griffin jr. Jo hua H. Jtwett 
Reuben Elliott George GHswold 
John Muss Charles Bull 

John S« Peters Cyrus Mann 
Denison Wattles jr John Wattles 
Frederick Wolcott.7. //• Huntington 
John Alsop John Fisk 

Isaac Kellogg 

W.W. JBoardraai) John Hont 2d 
Moses Warren E. K. Warren 
Jehiel Williams Nath'l Perry 
Sam'lCBIackman 
Michael F. Mills M. F, Mills 
Wm. M. Betts Thaddeus i'etts 



P rrell Lathrop 
Jan es Gordon 
T M- Grosvenor 
Samuel Ingham 
A. C. Feet 



John Hyde 

Eben. Youn g 

John Nichols 

Wm. Lynde 

Samuel Church 

J.O. Pettibone 

Jeremiah Parish Joseph 7/oward 

Charles //awley Samuel Lockwood 

Fitch Wheeler 

Sylvester Norton Rome© Lowrey 

Wra, Williams Geo. Hubbard 

Oliver Pease Joseph Pease. 

Jlufus //itchcock Wm.R. Hitchcock 

John Kingsbury C. D* Kingsbury 

/onah Lincoln S towel Lincoln 

Charles B.Phelps Na»han Preston 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC. 
Bridgeport. Joseph /? ckus. Daniel Sterling, 
^/ ookfield Jesse Lath; op. 
Brooklyn. John Parish, \dams Jfhjtte jr» 
Cheshire* Enrage Be»ch. 
Colchester. Daniel Wafrous. 
Eunf'ury. Daniel #. look, Russel Hoyt. 
Derby John L. T- mlinsor,. 
j£u$* Haddam* N. !,. Foster. 
Essex. Samuel Ingham. 
Goshen. theroi. Towner, 
Grin-wold. [ h <r»a* S'ewart. 
Grot on* John Hud on. 
Gudford. William Todd. 
Uaddom Linos Pat m- ee. 
haitjord Enoch Perkini H-xekiah Hantinfftiia," 
Waite^Mi chell, John MlGmett, Joseph IVumbuII 
Isaac Pt-krns, Henry I,. ElhAvorth, Nathan Johnson, 
bamuel H. Parson,, A f, ed Terry, J. H. ffuntineton. 
Hebroru Abner Sendee. " 
Le&khm. Wi'iiamT. William*. 
Litchfield. Fredrick Woieotf, Seth P. Beers- 
Lme. M-iiry M.Waite, Charles tirJswof& 
Middlero-wn. Matthew T. ttusiel, Gec-JP, Stanley 
Jona JB»*oeBj Wm Van Deursen, fcbiel A.loo»i*\ 
JV'w 0«wn Dyer White, K. l J ftp p r «. II, Leon- 
ard A Daggett, diaries A log- -rsoh.Sh- rman t roswelh 
Aev> London- Lyman L*w,Ebenezer Lear ed, *Vm- 
F. B ainard, Jfm. P. Cleave ?nd jr. fc. F. Dulton- 
Jxew Miljord. David .S. J?oa:-dn»m. 
JSTorroolk. C?ark tf.ssel, J&eiijara«n Isaacs. 
•AarwcA. James Redman, jo.eph ffiliiams.Heniy 
Strong, Asa Child. J 

Salisbury. Eliaha Sterling. 
Stamford. Chailea flWiev. 

Stonington. Alexande, G. Smith, George Hubbard 
fcl>a» 1* own, Francis Arov. * 

Stratford. Du.jie Juds n. 
Windham. Samuel Perkins. 
Windsor. Samuel Woodruff. 
Woodbury John P Marshal!. 
Weotifrck. John McLeilan- 



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Commissioners on Turnpike Roads, bridges. 
Ferries, etc. 

TURNPIKE ROADS. 

1 Boston- Calvin Wh'tney, Ze'ofea Long. 

2. Bridgeport & Newtown. Aoijah Merrit, James 
B. Fair man. 

3» Canaan & Salisbury. Bengali Douglass, Jere - 
miah Hostord* 

4. Centre George Gjilet, Luther Crawford. 

5. Chatham & Marlborough* Daniel Burrow *, Eb. 
qneze»* Br»>ckway. 

C. Cheshire. Lemuel Whitman, Charles H. P«nd. 
7 Chester & J\orth KUliagwortli. rfeze*iaa Cau- 
field Joshua L'Homme.dieu 

8. Colchester & Chatham- Aimer Hendee, Daniel 
Burrows. I 

9. Colchester & Norwich, Levi Waido, Abner 
Heudee. 

10. Columbia. John Graves, Zachariah Cod e. 

11. Connecticut* Jeremiah Si urges, Chas. H twley. 

12. Cornwall & Warren George Wiieatou, J oh* 
Smith. 

13. Cornwall & Washington. George Wheaton, Juha 
Smith. 

14. Canaan & Litchfield. Wm. M. Bun-all, Asa 
S. tire water . 

15. Connecticut & Rhode Island, Luther Warren of 
A-hiord, fcizra Child. 

16. 'Uanbury & Ridgefield* Stepheu Hoy I, Russet 
Hoyt. 

17' Durham & East Guilford' Daniel Burrows, 
Curtis VV ilcox. 

18. East tiaddam & Colchester. Benjamin Coit 
John De Witt. 

19. East Middle. Calvin Butler, Bela Bakeslee. j 

20. Essex, ftamuel Ingham, jedidiah Jfost. 

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21. Farmington River, Lent Benhara, Aaah Phelps 

22. Fairfield Redding and Weston. \be[ tioyt, 
John Hull. v 

23. Fair Haven. Charles H. Pond, Jed idiah Har- 
ris. 

24. Goshen and Sharon, Benjamin Lines. Uriel 
Tuttle. 

25. Granby. Jeffery O. Phelps, Daniel B. Holeomb 

26. Green Woods. Gideon Hall. Grove Pinney. 

27. Groton and Stonington. Charles Bulkfey, Amos 
Gallup 

28. Guilford and Durham. J. Stow, John Swath el. 
&9. Haddam and Durham. J. Stow, John Swatheh 
30. Hartford and New Haven. Charles H. Pond, 

Luther Beckiey. 

31 Hartford and New London. James Mitehel, Hen« 
ry Ki I bourn. 

32. Hartford. Tolland, Windham and J\ ew London 
Counties* Leonard -lendee, Stephen Tracy 

33. tiartfordand Tolland. George M. Hyde s Selah 
Webster. 

34 Hebron and Middle Haddam. Ralph Smith ^John 
Graves. 

35. Housatonic. Charles H. Pond, Peter Toralinson* 

36. Kilhngwvrth and Haddam. Jared Elliott, Jed- 
idiah Harris- 

3f. Litchfield and Cornwall. Stephen Demsng Dan» 
M Hall. 

38. Litchfield and Harwinton. Calvin Butler, Abel 
Cattin 2d. 

39. Litchfield & New Milferd* Stephen Deming, 
John Phelps. 

40. Middlesex. Joshua Stow, Danie! Burrows. 

4i. Middlefuwn &f Berlin. Joshua Stow, Daniel 
Burrows. 

42. Middletown & Durham. Joshua Stow, Charles 
H. Pond. 

43. Middletown & Meriden. Joshua Stow, Charles 
H. Pond, 

44. Mohegan. Christopher Man waring,^ Adam ^^ 
rabee. 



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45. New Haven & Derby. Charles H. Pond, Samuel 
Wadsworsh. 

46. New Haven '& Milford.Chw\tz H- Pond, Giles 
Mansfield. 

47. N.ljondon & Lyme, .fa's Mitchel,Ch'r Grilling. 

48. J\. London and Windham Counties. John Breed 
Sessions Lester. 

49. J\ew Milfordand Sherman Daniel A. Pickett, 
Ichabod Noble. 

50. NewPreston. Erastus Reynolds, Abij.Torolinson 
5t. Norfield. Aaron Sanfoid jr. Joseph Wnkeman 
52,. Norwalk & Banbury. Isaac H. beeiey, Joseph 

Darting 

53. Norwich and Woodsiock. Erastus Lester, Asa 
Lyman. 

54. Oxford. Charles H? Pond, Noyes Darling. 

55. Pettipaug and Guilford, Samuel Ingham, Na- 
ihaiiiel Gtiffin. 

56* Pine's Bridge* Nathaniel Richardson, John 
Buckingham. 

57. Providence* Benjamin E. Palmer, Thomas 
Backus. 

58. Rimmon Falls. Charles H, Pond, Noyes Dar- 
ling, 

59. Sahm ai\d Hamburg. Samuel Ingham, tiben- 
ezer Brockway. 

60' Sharon and Cornwall. Stephen Deming, David 
Hall. 

61. Stafford Mineral Spring. Luther Crawford.jr^ 
Nathaniel Newell. 

6 U 2 Still Ft>ver. Chester Soper, Launcelot Phelps- 

63. Southington and ffalerbury. Sylvester Norton 
Cyrus Oa.'k- 

64. Sandy Brook. Gideon Hall, Ezra Doolittle. 

65. Straits'' 1 venules H .'Pond, Morris Voodruflf. 

66. Talcott Mountain^ James Goodwin, George 
G. Keliogg. 

67. Thompson. Luther Rawsou Stephen Holmes.. 

68. Tolland County. Eliphalet Young, Daniel Gli- 
der. 

69» Torrington. Stephen Deming, Samuel Seymo&' 



es 

70. Washnigton. Elijah Sherman jr. A?hbel Moody, 
70. Windham and Coventry, cirastus uester, John 
Aspinwall 
72. fVuidka-n 1$ feu*A?'//.John Fitch, Wm. Rice. 

73. W\ndham and BrotUya Ebenezer Sioddard 
Asa May. 

74. West Middle. Nehemiah C San fori, John 
Wheeler, 

75. Woodstock and Sowers. Wm Uise, Nathan 

ustin. 

76 Waterhury R-ver. lona.Coejr. fno.Buck<ngham 

77. Wolcotville. Joseph VI » et, Uriel 1 utile. 

BRIDGES. 

1. JViantic Mo*es Wm-en, idam Larabee. 

2. Hartford. Lemuel Waite, Jame3 Goodwin Jere- 
my Htaadiey, 

3- J\orw ch and Pre* on. Erastus Coit,E!ias Browa, 
Jonathan Brewster- 

4. Mystic ''X^&v-tW Fish, Jesse D. Noyes. 

5. Tomhnson's. Oh ifles A f\>n !, iSToyej Darling. 

6. BridgepQFtj ftniert Fai chit-!, John Hu I. 

7. Washington. Carries H- Pond, James rl Linsley. 
g. Levensroirth's. John Wheeler, William iiiikman. 
9 Zoar. Gilioo Judi »u, n nael Wheeler. 

10. Bennett'*. Benjamin HU d Jacob Beers, 

11. tUtrttey** Wait S. Northrop, f'zar Vearing 

i2. AVw Milford Toll, iio ner Boardrain, Daniel 
Cayi^rd. 

13. BulVs Falls- H jm-:r ft lardmian, Daniel Gaylord. 

14. H'att's. Hom-jr Bij d ua •• Dame! ii :yloi* 1. 

15. Fuller's. Homer Bo*rd nan Darnel Gay lord. 

FEtaifiS. 

1. Derby Ctnrle* 1 P »n ', >V«l»f> Saunders* 

3. J\ew London. James Vluchel, Jha< lea B.t»kley. 
3. Gale's. Kalph 4u Ibn, vislm M. Oomstock. 

L C'hap>nan 9 s, lenj- Hu d losttiia b'flrtnl n (fictti* 
: /F#rn^rV. Hejfe^iah Uanfteld, Kben'c Brocaw^r, 



*\ Mggamm. Benj. Hurd, Joshua L'"nmroedieu, 

7. Eust Huddam. Bftj Hord, Joshua L'Homroedieu 

8. Middle Huddam Landmg, Benj. Hard, Joshua 
L'flommedieu. 

9. Essex Ehenezer Brock way, Jedidiah Post, 

10. liocky Hill M a rvh. Dayton, Hen;y Bulkley. 

11. Pmtt*8. Solomon Cole, Samuel B. Woodward. 

12. Ji'wneys, Solomon Cole, Samuel B Woodward 

13. King's Jabez Collins Apollos Fuiler. 

14. East Windsor. John Watson, Henry Sill. 

15. East W indser. (at Warehouse point,) John 
Watson, Henry Sill. 

16. Enfield and Svjfield, or Lovejoy's. Jabez Col- 
lins, Apollor- Ful >er. 

17 Saybrook. James Mitchel, Noyes Barber, Johrv 
P. Trott 

18 Haddam Island* Benjamin Hurd, Charles Ar- 
nold. 



Commissioners on the works oj the Union 

Company, in Connecticut River. 
John Caldwel 5 , Lemuel White, James Babcock, 



Commissioners on the works oj the Thames 

( hannel Company, 

Ebenezer Huntington, Kichard Law, Denison Palmer 



Commissioners on the works of the Connecti- 
cut River Company. 
Martin Wei lei, Joha &. Peier^ 



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TOWN CLERKS AND COLLECTORS. 



Towns. 
Ashfo d 
Ba«khamsted 
Berlin 
Bethlem 
Bolton 
Box pah 
B'-anford 
Bristol 
Brookneld 
Burlington 
Brooklyn 
B 'idgeport 
Canterbury [ 
Canaan 
Ca<uon 
Chaplin 
Chatham 
Cheshire 
Co! e brook 
€ niches ter 
Columbia 
Cornwall 
Coventry 
Dan bury 
Derby 
Durham 
Darien 
En st Haven 
East Hart rot d 
East Haddam 
East Windsor 
Ellington 
Enfield 
Farmmgton 



Clerks, 
Josias Byles 
Joseph Wilder 
Daniel Dunbar 
Samuel Church 
Manton Hammond 
G. Avery 
Srmnel Frisby 
Tracy Peck 
Herman Burch 
W Hitchcock 
Zach , Spalding 
Salmon Huobel 
Thomas Cot 
Benajah Douglas 
James Humphreys 
David Avery 
Zebulon Pe.i field 
Ruins Bitch c ick 
Lau ce'ot Phelps 
E. M.Worthington 
Samuvl Little 
Wm Kellogg 
Nathan Howard 
D;\>'iu<* Starr 
Sheldon Curtiss 
W G. Chauncey 
D K Sconeld 
Bela Farnham 
Samuel Pitkin 
N L. Foster 
Abner lieed 
Robert Hyde 
Wm. Dixon 
Samuel Richards 
Samuel Rowland 



Collectors. 
Fielder Watkins 
Orville * Jo well 
Erastua Sa^e 
Nathan Hawley 

C. C. Strickland 
Orimel Johnson 
James Blackstone 
George Hooker 
Lyman Smith 
W; Hitchcock 

B. P Spalding 
Benj 8. Smith 
Wm, Lester 
H. C. Boliabird 
Uriah Hosfo'-d 
M. Richardson 
Ebenezer Smith 
Asa Tuttle 
A. Howell 
John T. Peters 
Stephen!*. Hosmer 
Anson Rogers 
Horace Rose 
Levi Starr 
Samuel Rassett 
A. \L G. Elliott 
Holly Bell 
T Hemingway 
A. Olmrr.ed 
Dnvid Harvey 
Selectmen 

D. Kimball jr. 
Roderick White 
Elijah Porter 
SturgesMorehouse 



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Towns* 
Frank. »n 
Ghstenbury 
Goshen 
Granby 
Greenwich 
Gr is wo Id 
Groton 
Guilford 
llamden 
11 add am 
Hampton 
Hartford 

Hart land 

Harwinton 

Hebron 

Huntington 

Kent 

Killingworth 

KiUingly 

Lebanon 

Lisbon 

Litchfietd 

Lyme 

Madison 

Manchester 

Mansfield 

Marlborough 

Me ride n 

M iddlebury 

Middletown 

Mil tor d 

Montville 

Monroe 

New Canaan 
New Fan field 
New Hartford 
New Haven 
New London 



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Clerks. 
Heniy Hazen 
Tona. Welles 
Adino Hale 
H. R. Pe tibone 
John J . Tracy 



Collectors* 
Arnasa Hyde 
Joseph Welles 
Collins Bain win. 
J.M. Dibble 
Jas Dayton jr. 



Dan'l Huntington Jas. Tyler jr, 

Nathan Daboll Warren W ilbams 

Samuel Fowler Reuben Stone 

Rtrssei Pierpont Rufus Dorman 

John Erainard Eben. Wilcox 

Mason Cleaveland Harvey Loomis 



Elisha Colt 
Austin Ensign 
Elijah Gay lord 
John S.Peters 
Samuel P. Mills 
Lewis Mills 
Ehsha Kelsey 
Jeremiah Field 
E leader Manning 
Joseph Jewett 
Mose^ Seymour 
Charles Smith 



Benj. hastings 
Benson Coe 
Gay L. San ford 
Abe! S, BisaeU 
Cyrus Lewis 
H. Converse 
Nathan Griswold 
Geo. Warner 
S D.Titden 
Joseph WMlaril 
Charier Buel 
Chart es L. Peck 



Walter P. Munger Seth Kly 



George Cheney 
Luther Kingatey 
Ebenezer Strong 
Amos Curtiss 
Larmon Towsend 
John Fisk 
Sam" el Higby 
Jos. L. Chapman 
Levi Edwa ds 
Edward Nash 
B. T. Bat num. 
Asa Goodwin 
Elisha Munson 
henry Douglas3 



F,l« Pitkin jr. 
D. M Leonard 
John Bigelow 
Asf.be! Curtiss 
L. G. Townt,end 
Linus Coe 
S. B. Ford 
M\ C. Raymond 
\\m. Wbeeler jt* 
fcdward Nash 
Reuben Hodge 
Hemy Seymouv 
John Scott 
Henry Douglass 



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Towns, 

New Muioid 

Newtown 

North Haven 

Norfolk 

Norwalk 

Norwich 

N. Stonington 

Orange 

Oxford 

Plainfield 

Plym uth 

Pom fret 

Preston 

Prospect 

Redding 

U'dgefield 

Koxbury 

£alera 

Salisbury 

Saybrook 

Sharon 

Shermaa 

Somers 

Southington 

S^uthbury 

Stafford 

Stamford 

Sterling 

Stonington 

Stratford 

Suffield 

Simsbury 

Thompson 

Tolland 

Torringtoa 

Trumbull 

Union 

#erno* 



7S 

Clerks, 
Elisha Host wick 
Caleb Baldwin 
Daniel Pierpont 
Au-en Roys 
Benj. Isaacs 
Benv liufitington 
Stephen \very 
Soiomon Johnson 
Noah Scone 
Squire Cady 
Cakin Butler 
T M. Grosvenor 
Denison Palmer 
Edw. Chit tendon 
J on a. R San ford 
Samuel Stebbins 
Cyrus Miner 
John Billings 
M Hutchinson 
Clark Nott 
Fred'k A. King 
Hugh Gelston 
Oliver Chapin 2d 
Sam 'I Andrews jr. 
John Moseley 
Abijah Blodget 
Seymour Jarvis 
Pierce .Smith 
Jesse Dean 
Ehas Wells 
Oliver Pease 
Moses Ensign 
John Nichols 
Joseph Howard 
It. C. Aberhethy 
Lewis Burton 
Nathaniel Newell 
Lebbeaa P. Tinker 



Collectors. 
Daniel Ma<*sh 
Theoph. Nichols 
Lyman Thorpe 
JedTi Phelps 
Charles Isaacs 
Burreli Lathrop 
Elias riewstt jr. 
E. K. Fowler 
Nathan Worster 
Benj. Bacon 
J S. Warner 
Israel Osgood 
G W. Morgan 

Benj. Meeker 
Win, Lee 
Chauncey Hodge 
J. C. tieckwith 
Wm. Bushnell 
Sidney Bushnel? 
John Williams 
Wm. Pickett 
Jonn Phillips 
Root Or id ley 
Daniel Hnvman, 
Cyril Johnson 
B. M. vVeed 
Harris Arnold 
Joshua Wheeler 
Benj. Ufford 
Jtosweil King" 
Harvey Fuller 
Hez. Olney 
John Warren 
Harlow Fylor 
8/M Beardslee 
Be j. Corbin 
Allied JRoberts 



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Towns « 
Voluntown 
"Wallingford 
"Warren 
Washington 
Water bury 
Watetford 
Watertown 
Weston 
Wethersfield 
WillingtoQ 
Wi'ton 
Windham 
Windsor 
Winchester 
Wood bridge 
Woodbury 
Woodstock 
Wolcott 



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Clerks 
Minor Robins 
Hiram Munson 
George tarr 
D B Brmsmade 
Ashley Seott 
Caleb Raymond 
Ezra Field 
Simeon Fanton 
Elijah Reach 
G. N. Merrick 
Samuel Belden 
Kliphalet. Ripley 
El.sha N. Sill 
Levi Piatt 
Justus Thomas 
Leman Sherman 
John Fox 
A. Minor 



Collectors. 
Wm, 8 (>ordoa 
Thaddeus Cook 
Joseph M. Bennett 
Charies A. Judson 
Julius Porter 
Wm. Gorton 
EbenVIV Woodruff 
Bradford W T intou 
Barrage Merriaoa 
Grin Holt 
Zrflmon Dike man 
Men'y Webb 
Cicero Phe'ps 
Sylvester Piatt 
TsUthan N^ttieton 
Samuel Sherman 
Aaron C rbin 
Daniel Holt 



The Commissioners to equalise the Assessment List 
for the State, are the Treasurer and Comptroller fer 
the time being. 



FIRST SELECTMEN AND TOWN 
TREASURERS. 



Towns, 
Ashford 
Bark ham sted 
Berlin 
Bethlem 
Bolton 
Bozrah 
liranford 
Bristol 
Brookfield 



First Selectmen. 
Amos Knuwlton 
Jesse Ives 
Levi Barnes 
Levi Thompson 
Noah Strong 
Ezra Lathrop 
Noah Baldwin 
Tracy Peck 
John B. Saw ford 



Treasurers. 
Jonas Byies 
Geo. Merrel 
Daniel Dunbar 
Samuel Church 
Manton Hammond 
Gardiner Avery 
Samuel Frisby 
Tracy Peck 
John Feck 









Towns. 

Brooklyn 

Bridgepo rt 

Canterbury 

Canaan 

Canton 

Chaplin 

Chatham 

Cheshire 

Colebrook 

Colchester 

Columbia 

Cornwall 

Coventry 

Danbury 

Derby , 

Durham 

Darien 

East Haven 

East Hartford 

East Had dam 

East Windsor 

Ellington 

Enfield 

Farmington. 

Fairfield 

Franklin 

G!a3tenbury 

Goshen 

Gran by 

Greenwich 

Griswold 

Groton 

Guilford 

Hamden 

Haddam 

Hnmpt.ou 

Hartford 

Hartland 



7-1 

First Selectmen, 
Wnri, Marks 
Denison Oady 
Daniel Sterling 
Festus Baldwin 
Simeon Higby 
Loin Humphreys 
Thomas Hough 
Guy Cooper 
Silas Hitchcock 
En os North 
Benj, Trumbull 
Daniel Holbrook 
James Wadsworth 
J. Kingsbury 
Daius Starr 
Sheldon Curtis 
Chares Robinson 
Henry Bates 
Philemon Holt 
Sel*h Webster 
Stephen Cone 
Samuel Rartlett 
Joseph Abbott 
H. Kingsbury 
Horace Cowles 
Robert Wilson 
Simeon Lormis 
D. E, Hubbard 
Theron Towner 
P. Cootey 
Asahel Palmer 
James Lord 
Guy C. Stodd9rd 
Samuel Fowler 
Alfred Basset 
Samue' Tyler 
Nath'i F, Martin 
Jeremy Hoadley 
Wo, Peters 



Treasurers, 
Zebu Ion Frishy 
Zachariah SpaUlin 
Smith Tweedy 
Thomas Coit 
Benajah Douglass 
Abiel Brown 
Davhl Avery 
Zebulon Penfield 
Rufus Hitchcock 
Ira Whitney 
John R e Watrous 
Samuel Little 
Benjamin Catlin 
Nathan Howa- d 
T. V. Whittlesey 
•Sheldon Curtis 
Dennis Camp 
Joshua -Seofield 
Be!a Farnham 
Samuel Pitkin 
N. L. Foster 
Abirer Meed 
Robert Hyde 
Geer Terry 
Sol- mon Cowles 
John Hid! 
Oliver iohnson 
George Piumer 
Theron Towner 
Horace Hark 
Peter Mead 
D Huntington 
Nathan Daboli 
Samuel Fowler 
Russel Pierpont 
Charles \rno!d 
Mason Cleaveiand 
Isaac Spencer 
Samuel Skinner 



Towlis. 
ITarwinton 
Hebron 
Huntington 
Kent 

KiHingworth 
Rilhogly 
Lebanon 
Lisbon 

hfield 
Lyme 
Mad ison 
Manchester 
Mansfield 
Marlborough 
Meriden 
Middlebury 
Vluld'etown 
Mil ford 
Vfnntviile 
Vfonroe 
^ew Canaan 
tfew ^'airfield 
few Hartford 
*Jew Haven 
few London 
few Milford 
few town 
forth Haven 
Norfolk 
for walk 
Torwich 
T. Stomngton 
Grange 

ktbca 

lain field 

lymouth. 

'omrret 

're9ton 

|rosnect 

leddins 



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First Selectmen. 
Roswell Afford 
Abner Hendee 
Thad's Beardslee 
Alpheus Fuller 
Win. Williams 
Win, Alexander 
Jacob M'Call 
Russell Rose 
Charles Sev mour 
RL Lord 
Reynold Webb 
Joseph Noyes 
R Freeman 2d 
Oliver Phelps 
Moses Bad win 
Daniel Tyler 
Henry Carrlngton 
Samuel Durand 
William Ruck 
Agrer Lewis 
S;eohen Hoyt 
A'nzi Rogers 
Absalom? -Wells 
Win Mix 
Samuel Chany 
Abel Hi ne 
J. B. Fairman 
Manning Tuttle 
Solomon Cowles 
Benjamin Isaacs 
R or well Morgan 
Latham '/nil 
Alpheus Clark 
Samuel Wise 
Mo wry Bu»'gis 
ftansom Btakesley 
John Willsams 
James Cook 
J a red Burr 
Joel Marchant 



Treasurers. 
Phin. VV. Voble 
Abel S His*el 
Hez. Marks 
Philo Mills 
Jeremiah Hw'l 
Jeremiah Field 
Rleazer Manning 
Joseph Jewett 
Samuel Buel 
Sam'l B. Mather 
W. P. Mange* 
Ceo Cheney* 
Lnther K'»r»2:s!ey 
Moseley Talcott 
Asahel Curtis 
Larmon Townsend 
John Fisk 
Samuel Durand 
Nath'l Parsh 
Henry Lewis 
Stephen Hoyt jr. 
S, 1 * Barnum 
Asa Goodwin 
Andrew Kidston 
John P, Trott 
Wm. Taylor 
D V. B. Ba'dwirt 
Da T »iel PletJ«mt 
J, H. Pettibone 
Charles Thomas 
Chas.P Huntington 
Chester Smith 
Solomon' Johnson 
Abel Wheeler 
Squire Culy 
Calvir* Butler 
T. M Grosvenor 
Denison Palmer 
David Scott 
Joua. U, Sanford 



Towns. 
Ridgefield 
Box bury 
Sa>em 
Salisbury 
Say brook 
Shaicn 
She; man 
Son ers 
Southing! en 
South bury 
Stafford 
Stamioi d 
Sterling" 
5toaingi.cn 
Stratioid 
Suffield 
Sinjsbfiry 
lb- tnpson 
Tolland 
Torrington 
Trosibuil 
Union 
Yemen 
Voluntown 
Wallingfoid 
Wa rtn 
Washington 
Wate; bury 
Watel ford 
Watenown 
W eston 
Wethen field 
Wihwgton 
V jltou 
Wionharo 
W mdsor 
W inebesier 
Woodbmige 
Woodbuiy 
\\ < odstock 
W *icott 



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F^rst Selectmen*. 
3. M- Gilbut 
S&muel Patterson 
ShubaelPaik 
Josiah M Reed 
Samuel aarTord 
Aipheus Jewett 
A. H. Stewatt 
A» Kibbejr. 
Julius Bristol 
John Wheeler 
RicharrJ Stroud 
Jotham H« yt 
Azol Ciark 
Wm Williams 
Eli W/. Lewi* 
Apollo? Ful er 
7j lotes Phelps 
John Nichols 
Geo. M. bjde 
Lev> MuuEeil 
Pb> o Booth 
W n>. P. r>ess\ons 
Francis McLean 
Jona. StaMon 
W m. Tcod 
Eben'r Strong 
Johmon L f an 
Obad»ah Warner 
Janus hogeis 'id 
John Buckingham 
O. C A'antotcj 
Samuel Ga'pin 
H<ram Kic e« 
Frastus St urges 
G Art an n it* g 
Odiah Lo( mis 
Noi tisCoe 
Jobn Northrop 
Jesse Miner 
Epaphras Child 
Orrin Plumb 



Treasurers. 
Richard Randaii 
Amasn Lath run 
John Bi lings 
A.G. Peel 
Clirk Nott 
Samuel RocV well 
Pugb Gelston 
Oliver Chapin 
John Wightmani 
W ra Hinman 
Abijah Blodget 
Seymour jarvis 
Pierce Smith 
Jesse Dean 
E'yah TJfford 
Olivet Pease 
Benj. Liy 
John N'ehols 
Joseph Howard 
R C Abei-nethy 
R, Micidiebrook 
Nath'INeveU 
L. P. 1 inker 
Minor Bobbins 
Thad.dtu-j Cfok 
Jose pi. A. Tanner 
Samuel Leavitt 
Bennet Bronson 
Caleb Raymond 
W. H. Metrimaf 
Isaac Bennett 
Timothy Smlmai 
G £ Merrick 
Samuel Beldea 
fc. Ripley 
Eli Wilson 
Levi Flaft 
Justus Thomas 
I emar> Sherman 
John Fox 
Gales Upson 



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MILITIA. 



HIS EXCZILKVCY 

GIDEON TOVILIN'SOV, 

Captain General and Commander-in-Chief. 

Ccl. Solomon *«*** ( Aick-de-Camp. 
Col. Cyrus H. BeardsIeyS 

HIS IfWOR 

JOHV S. PETERS, Lieutenant General. 
Ma,op HuRi. Petert,/ Aids-de-Camp. 
Major Charles Post. S ^ 

Major General George Copies, . Adjutant General, 

Colonel Michael Olcott, Qiarter vlaster General. 

Colonel lames Ward Co 1 nissary Genera). 

Major Hezekiah G »d larl, Paymaster General. 

governor's guards. 

\$t Company Charles 'Velies. M^kiv Co armndant 
.jrooT. George Putnam Capt. and 1st Lieut. 

Z mvh rJr*ea, i! LMt. 
Jona. Goodwn 3d Lieut. 
Samuel <V. vl»lis, 4(li Lieut. 
Haynes L. Porter Lnsign. 

1st Company James T. Pratt, v 1 jor Commandant. 
horse. Jas. Goodwin, jr. lit Lt. rank ot Cant* 

Ber.j. H iNj. ton, i<\ Lieut. 
EHsha Latoner, Cornet. 
Tlio's H. Marstiali,Quarteria*&teft 



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Qd Company Wm. W. Boardman, Maj. Command'*. 
foot. Leverett Candee, Capt.and let Lieut. 

Eli IV. Hlake, *d Lieut. 
James E, Hotchkiss, 3d do, 
John Mernman, 4th do. 
•Joseph Fait child, Ensign. 

%d Company Joshua Barnes jr Major Commandant. 

horse* Byard Barnes, Capt. and 1st Lieut. 

Jared Barnes, jr. 2d do. 

James M. Ford, Cornet. 

Calvin Dowries, Quartermaster, 



FIRST DIVISION. 

CONSISTING OF FIRST AND SECOND BRIGADE^ 

Dennis Ktmberly, esq Major General. 
Lieut Col. Samuel Deming, Division Inspector. 
Major James Cowles, Division Quartermaster. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 
Comprising 1st, 6th, l4th and 17th lit gim'ts Infantry, 
and Island 4th Regiments of Cavalry. 
Efcra Adams, jr. esq. Brigadier General 
Daniel P. Hopkins, Brigade Majorand Inspector 
Wm. W. Tudor, Brigade Quartermaster. 
Etizur D. Adams, Aid-de-Camp. 

First Regiment 

Richard Niles, Colonel. 

William Hayden, Lieutenant Colonel* 

Samuel L % Pitkin, Major. 



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Jamas Sheldon, adjutant Horace Sill, quartermas- 
ter, Hezekiah Huntington, jr. pay mast ci •. Thomas Rob- 
bins, chaplain Char let v\ Oodwiki »i. surgeon. S. W. 
Brown, surgeon's mate, Cicero Phelps, sergeant major. 
DeForest Manace, quartermaster sergeant - Lathrop 
Chapman, hie major. David Hills, drum do. 

Captains. T C. Perkins, \. p. W adsworth* Beno* 
ni O. King, Elisha Rislev, Samuel Williams, Chaun- 
cey Bryant, Bildad Rowley, Marcus Griswold, Harvey 
Holkins. 

Lieutenants. Julius Catlin, A. S. Stillman, Francis 
S tough ton, Charles Forbes, Eli Pitkin, //nam Roberts 
J. B # Chapman, Dryden Holcomb, 

Ensigns. Normand Lyman, Timothy Williams, 
Seneca Newbury, Oliver W. Mills, Horace Forbes, 
Russell Eldridge, Nelson Fuller, Bradford Griswold, 
Charles Clark, 

Flank Companies. 

Captains. Hiram Strong Nathaniel Woodhouse, '% 

lieutenants Buckley P Barbc, Wm. Seymour. 

Ensigns. George D. Woodward, Hezekiah Davis. 
Rifle Companies. 

Captains. Levi Welles, Thomas Roberts, Grove 
Hollister, 

Lieutenants. Lemuel Crane, Elisha Harrington, 
Joseph House. 

Ensigns. Eli Gillett, John P. Jones, George Hunfr 

Sixth Regiment. 

Ozias Camp, Colonel. 
John C« Pratt, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Sylvester BUsh, Major. 
T. B. Ransom, Adjutant. Phin.p Sellew, quarter- 
master, Wm Q Fisk, paymaster. Waiter Colton, 
chaplain. Henry Holmes, surgeon. Giles M Board- 
roan, surgeon's mate. Alfred Camp, sergeant major. 
Sidney Smith, quatermaster sergeant. Joseph, Wilcox, 
drum major, George Lewis, file do. 
Captains,* Levi Coe, Jedtduth Johnson* J ared Wells 



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Elijah Keach , Bethue' Roberts, Buckley Whitmore, 
Thomas Oanforth, J. Loveland, Lysis Lamb, Chauucey 
Goodaie. 

Lieutenants. Alfred Baily, Joseph VV Hubm r dj 
George H»u, Levi B. Cbutthl). Isiael BaiJy, Eliaha 
Sears, Walter VV. Buckley, William. Bulkeley, Chester 
Ke$e\\ Wi'liam White 

Ensigns Herj. Cook. Michael Sill, Gideon Welles 
Jacob Gnswold, Vbishai Doditt'e Zenas C Young, 
H ram Piper, James Rttbins., liauiel Hubbaid 2d. 
Arn>> id Carey* 

Flank Company* 
Captain. James Goodrich. 
Lieutenant J. W G Hi wo id. 
Ensign. Ralph Wei s. 

Rifie Companies. 
Captains John •'Vise, D*vid Williams, Amos MiL 
er, p e> tz vSturtevant. 

Lieutenants Warren Cow!es, Samuel W lcos, Eb« 
enezer Post, -Noah Houiiaon. 

Ensigns William Bui* ley, John Penfield, Harry 
Smith, Noyes W. Wadsworth. 

Fourteenth Regiment. 
Chester Gt-anniss, Colonel. 
So'oraon TT.'f'lagg, Lieut Colonel. 
Francis Hart, Major. 
Ro8well More jr. ad). Thomas Brace, quartermaster 
Loret»zo P. Lee, Paymaster. Jonathan Cone,Chaplaia 
Julius S. Barnes, -surgeon. Vacant, surgeon's mate. 
Julius Stanley jr. sergeant major. Eli JYluore, quarter- 
master seigeaut. rbd.ezer Bevans, Fife major, Leon- 
ard tViuship, drum major. 

Captains Edward Tiliotson, Cyprian Goodrich, 
Norman Hart, Elijah Ltorrow, William Barnes. Chiids 
Goodman, Zeiah Woodford, Ambrose Hart. 

Lieutenants. E, O Gndley, John Lee, George W. 
Southard, Tiius M. Robe ts, Anos Brad ey, Timothy 
Woodruff, Stanley Day, liuman Smith. 



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Ensigns. James \V. Cowles, Seth Hooker, George 
Francis, Josiah Reed, James Andrew*, John Flag" 
Oliver Tillotson, Ruel Palniiter. ' 

Flank Companies. 

Captains. Alva Newell, John H. Cooke. 

Lieutenants. Roswell More jr. Erasiiis Scott. 

Ensigns. Carlos Curtiss, Sidney Woodruff. 
Hifie Company* 

Capiain. Joseph S. Peck. 

Lieutenant Sheldon Sperry. 

Ensign Uillings H1II3 



Seventeenth Regiment, 

Isaac Phelps, Colonel' 

James Cornish, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Oreon p, Phelps, Major, 

George C. Owen, adjutant. Wra C Gay, pay mas'* 
ter\ Allen McLean, chaplain. Joseph F. Jewett* 
surgeon. Guy R Phelps, surgeon's male Alouzo 
Phelps, sergeant major. Lever ett B. Norris, quarter- 
master sergeant. Orrin Kendal, drum m^jor. Almond 
Gillet, fife do. 

Captains. Virgil Pettibone, Alfred Sikes, Shuhael 
S Hoskins, Charles i\ Hillver, Luther Higby, Julius 
C Sheldon, Llam Kendall, Daniel B. Holcomb, Ansel 
Humphrey 

Lieutenants Obed Iligley, Alfred Austin. Moses 
Ensign, Virgil Cornish, Vacant, Arte mas King, Ju lia 
Kayes, George Viets, Chester Moses. 

Ensigns. Horace Fuller, Warren Lewis, William. 
Mitchelson, Lot Pin . v, Harmon Harnhlin. Horace 
Phelps, Ansel N. Hoicomb, Gaylord G. Hoicomb, Uri- 
ah llosiord- 

Flank Companies. 

Captains. Henry Wrighi, Roiaud Hayes, 

'Lieutenants, Wm. H.Owen, Chester Hayes 

Ensigns, £hr J ha;et S. Moron, WiHys Cleroans, 
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First Regiment Ccva y ry. 

Samuel Belcher, Colonel. 

Miles Foot, Major. 

Alfred Holt, adjutantt Martin Pease, quarter mas- 
ter. Ebenezer Pinney, paymaster. Nathaniel S^ 
W 'heat on, chaplain. John Chuhbick, surgeon. Ed- 
ward P Terry, surgeon's mate, Eli* ha Peck, sergeant 
major. Wm. Ishara, quartermaster sergeant* Bethuel 
Cii'ett, trumpet major. 

First Company Harlow Case, captain, John P. 
Tyler, 1st lieut. Oliver C. Phelps,.2d lieut, F. Mc- 
^Neal. cornet. 

Second Company. Frederick Marsh, cant. Asahel 
G. Stiles, 1st lieut. Abner h Reed, 2d do. F. W\ 
Grant, Cornet, 

Third Company. Orrin Holt, captain. Lyman Col- 
barn, 1st lieut. Chauncey Pau\ 2d do. Origin Dim- 
mick, cornet. 

Fourth Company. Jeremy Bliss, captain. Jonathan 
Clark, 1st lieut. Levi Button, 2d lieut, Eleazer Fin- 
ney, jr, corset. 

Fourth Regiment Cavalry* 

Sidney Wadt-worth, Colonel. 
Richard B, Bailey, Major 

Noah w . Stanley, aejutant. . A^acant quartermaster. 
Samuel D. Hubbard, paymaster. Davsd L. O^den, 
chaplain. Zephaniah Swift, surgeon. Vacant surgeon's 
mate. Ebenezer M Cowles, sergeant major, Willis 
Wilcox^ quartei master sergeant. 

First Company. Vacant captain. Stephen Mild- 
rum, 1st lieut. Ehhu Plumb 2d do. Dan M.Bacon 
cornet 

Second Company. Urban Woodruff captain. A, R* 
Woodruff, 1st lieut. Wm. R:ch 2d lieut. George 
Gridley, cornet. 

Third Company. Ch&nncey Rowe captain. Enoch 
Cornwell 1st lieut. Chauncey Porter 2d lieut. Rez,'n 
O.Jones cornet. 



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Fourth Company. John Ellis captain. OlcottChe* 
nry 1st lieut. Robert. RobbiiTS jr, 2d lieut, Gurdou 
We Is cornet. 



SECOND BRIGADE. 

Compribing 2d, 7th, lOih and l 2'<U Regiments Infantry, 

U alter Booth, esq. Brigadier General. 

George Spalding, Bngide major and Inspector. 

\\m< W. Smith, brigade Quartermaster. 

Vacant Aid. de-Camp. 

Second Regiment 

Wyllts A. H-emmmgway, Colonel. 
Samuel Potter, Lieuienaui Colonel. 
Amos Thomas Major. 
R. Howe, adjutant Ica&c R Townsend, qr master,. 
Avery C. fiabcock, paymaster, Stephen Dodri chaplain. 
Josiah L. Co'bum, surgeon. Charles Hooker, sur- 
geon's mate^ Francis V. Jar man, sergeant major. 
Cyrus Manvill, quartermaster sergeant. Jesse St 
Pardee, drum major. Albert AHen,file m:;j)r. 

Captains. Binjsey Brooks, Nathan Gunn, James 
Goble, Samuel Sherwood, Ruei Andrews, Amos Thorn- 
as Daniel L- Holb.ook. 

Lieutenants. Nathan C. Munson, John L. Lambert 
Charles Thompson, Vacant, John //emmingway 'id. 
Mark Sperry, Jared Smith. 

Ensigns. Merit Macumber, David Camp, Cornelius 
Bui!, Wm. T. Landcraft, Ca;viu Leavenworth,. 
Alva Barnwell, E. P. Parke r. 

FltinhCompames* 
Captains. Curtis Siimm^s, Charles Nicholl 
Lieutenant* Alfred Mallet, Charles tf. Whittlesey. 
Ensigns. William Fowler, John II. Colt y, 

Rife Company. 
Captain. Calvin Bench, 
Lieutenant. Isaac J . Sperry . 
Ensign. Jos? ah Board man.-. 



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Seventh Regiment 

Robert C. Peters, Colonel. 

SeSdea Huntington Lieutenant -Colonel. 

Stephen Johnson, Major* 

Williatfi R. Clark, adjutant, Reuben Stannard 
quartermaster. Ambrose Webb, paymaster. Sylves- 
ter Selden, chaplain. Reynolds Webb, jr surgeon. 
Mather sargeon's mate. Edward Sanford, ser- 
geant major. Nathaniel C. Sanford, quatermaster 
sergeant. Aaroa Stevens, dram major. N. Sanford, 
fife do e 

Captains John L 4 Whittlesey. George R. Bailey. 
Jesse Parrhalee, Ambrose W\ Post, Sidney Bushneil. 
Aaron Stevens, Stephen Johnson. 

Lieutenants* Samuel Sanford 2d, Daniel M. Tyler 
Jedid'.ah Stone, Wiliam H Lay, Joel M. Pratt, Sel- 
den Gladwin, Charles Daniels. 

Ensigns. Alanson Ingham, Davis T. Shaier, 
Julius Dudiey, Charles L'riommedieu, Thomas Deni- 
soa Asahel Bonefta', Edward S. Shipman. 
Fiank Companies, 

Captains* B»B. Elder-kin, Chauncey Child. 

Lieutenants. Samuel Buell, jr. Selden Skinner, 

Unsigm. Nathan Lane, Giles Brainard. 
Rifle Company, 

Captain* Noah P*. Post. 

Lieutenant. Hart L. Murray, 

Emtgni Asa P, Williams, 

Tenth Regiment. 

George A. Foot, e< lonel. 
g James H. Benton lieutenant colonel. 

Joel Curtiss Maj f >r 
Timothy W- Baldwin, Adjutant Henry ?crantoc 3 
quartermaster. Philo Hall, paymaster. Charles J. 
Hinsdale, chaplain. Joel Can fie Id, .surgeon. VViJlough- 
l>y L Lay, suigeon's mate. Howel! Merrimau, ser- 
geant major. William Evarts, quartermaster sergeant, 
Edward Thompson, fife major, John C. Smith, 
diiim doi 



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Captains. George Bartlett. Joel Curiiss, Joseph. 
(Goodrich. Harvey Smith, Ichabod L. Scrnnton, Levi 
Rose jun. Victor Fowler, James PL Benton, Wm. P. 
Brooks, Gay Ion! Newton. 

Lieutenants. Russell Benton, Meander Parmalec 
Samuel Kussel Elida San ford. Orrin II. Doud, Walter 
M Foote, Nathaniel Barllett Augustus Bishop John 
C. Fowler Alexander M. G. Elliott. 

Ensigns. Dennis Hobinson Lyman Hall Eber 
Bleach Alfred Thorp Frederick L. Wheaton George 
jtose Aaron D, Cooke Peter Coan Philander Coofe 
Charles Miller. 

Flank Company* 

Captain. Samuel Williams. 

hieutenant. Ward Johnson. 

Bns*gn. Med ad W. M on son. 

Tiuenly second Regiment. 

John Foster. Coloaeh 

Alvan Sperry Lieutenant Colons 

Chauncey Peck 'VJajor. 

David Hayden jr. adjutant. * Fred'k A. White, quai> 

ferraaster. Edwin It. Yale, paymaster. Ainhetratjeer, 

chaplain* John D Mears, surgeon. Henry Hitchcock^ 

surgeon's mate. Eira Diekerman. sergeant major, 

Lucius Tuttle, quartermaster serg, Charles Leonard 

drum raaj. Lucian Judd, fife do- 



SECOND DIVISION. 

CONSISTING OF THIRD AND FIFTH BRIGADES* 

Amariah Kibbe jr. esq. Major General* 
Major Ebenezer Clark, ( Mds . de . Cam p t 

Lieut, Co!. George L. Perkins Division Inspector. 
Major Win. Pv Cleaveland. jr. Division Quartermaster 



THIRD BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 3d, 8th, 18th and 20ih Regiments. 
Nathan Pendleton, esq Brigadier General. 
Charles Henry Pendle'on, Brigade Major & Inspector. 
Horatio N. Tracy, Brigade Quartermaster. 
Noyes Billings, Aid-de-Camp. 

Third Regiment. 
Zebulon Brockway, Colonel. 
Seth E. Lathrop, Lieutenant Colonel, 
Lyman All>n, Major 
Stephen I. Lord, adjutant Lathrop Rockwell, chap- 
lain. Richard L. Lord, quartermaster. Nathaniel .\L 
Waite, paymaster Abel T. Sizer, surgeon, S.H P.Lee 
jr. surgeon's mate. John Danfortti, serg.raajor. Joseph 
Cone, quartermast er sergeant. Anson Ackley, drum 
major. Henry C. Bishop, fife do, 

Captains- Thomas L. Fox, Henry Mather, Joshua 
Baker jr. James L Strickland, Roswell Caulkins, John 
G Jewett, Seth E. Lathrop, Gurdon T. Chapel. 

Lieutenants. Richard Rogers, Alex'r L. McCurdy, 
Lyman Minard, Jason Beckwith, Hiram Caverley, 
Clement Fosdick, Ch'r%A. Minard, John Bush. 

E?isigm. Jason A Holers, Wra-B. Tooker, Joseph 
L. Chapman, David Beckwith, John M- Latimer, Ezra 
Brockway, Enos Gates, Robert Fargo, jr. 
Flank Company . 
Captains. Vacant, Henry Miner. 
Lieutenants. Stanley G Trott, Noah Chapman. 
Biisigns. Wm. W. Biiliags, Woodward Marsh jr. 

Eighth Regiment. 

Joseph D* Mason, Colonel. 

George Ayer, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Ezra Utwett, Major. 

George W. Noyes, adjutant. Ira Hart, chaplain. 

John H. Browning,quartermaster. Nchemiah Mason- 

paymaster. Wm« Hyde? surg, Thos. P. Wattles, s«:- 



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geon'i mate* Gurdon Hewitt, serg't major- S. B. 
Whseter. qr. master serg t Noyes Holmes, drum ma. 
Samuel A. Newtown, fife do. 

Captains. Giles C. Smith, Hadley Fish, Latham 
M. brownmg, Henry Gallup, Isaac V\ . Geer, John 
Breed, Dudley K. Wheeler, Alden Pa'mer. 

lieutenants. John D, Smith, Henry Haley, Isaac 
P. Lm.gw<irthy, Joseph VVylie, Ebenezer Gallup, li. 
F. Pendleton, Frank M W heeler, Wm. Clifl. 

Ensigns. Thomas Itabinson, Giles Haley, Charles 
r. Urowmng, Benj. Gallup 2d, Jefferson Lamb, Henry 
Sheffield, Giles Brown, Alexander Palmer. 
Flank Compames. 

Captains. Elisha Morgan, Allen Wheeler. 

JAzutenants- Edwin Chester, James Looinis. 

Ensigns. Samuel Moxley, Charles VV. Thompson , 
Hfie Company. 

Captains, Samuel \Vood. 

JAeutenants. Latham Gray. 

Ensign* Joshua Whitney. 

Eighteenth Regiment. 

Asa fioaihi Colonel. 

Joseph Tilden, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Benjamin L'rtommedieu, Major. 

Wm. L'riommedieu, adjutant. David N. F.entley, 

chaplain. Frederick Prentice quartermaster. George 

H.. Ripley, pay master. Wm. P Baton, surgeon. Wm. 

S g Tyler surgeon's mate. Joseph B. Palmer, sergeant 

major Henry Jewett quartermaster sergeant. Asa 

Manning drum major Jos. G Lamb fife do. 

Captains. Samuel Rogers, John 13 Crary, John 
C. Randal-, Wm. Ladd, Squire C. Cook, Joseph R. 
Hubbard. Cyrus Palmer. Wm Crocker 

Lieutenants. John Dunham Vacant, Pardon. Sis > 
son jr. Oliver Tracy jr. Sam'i Cook, Joshua Uurnham 
Wm P. Nash, Ezra Hyde. 

Ensigns. F. VV . Bushnelt, V T acant, Joseph King-, 
Thomas II. C Kingsbury, James Leonard, Phineas 
Adams jr, Poineas Crumb, Se;h Whiting. 



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Flank Companies. 
Captains. James Roath Henry B- Williams, 
JJieiuenants. Isaac Miner John Watties. 
Em'tgns. Daniel Wilber jr. Edward Harding. 

R\fle Companies. 
Captains Ezra B. Smith, \sa Chikl. 
Lieutenants. Denisor B. Tucker. Wm. Smith. 
Ensigns. Nehemiah Clark John P. Huntingtou. 

Twentieth Regiment* 

John T. Peters, Colonel. 

Wm. W. Campbell, Lieutenant Colonel. 

David Cornwall, Major. 

G. B» Smith, adjutant — — Parsons, chaplain.— 
Charles J. Cooley, quartermaster. Diodate Usher, 
paymaster - Parsons* surgeon RosweH Kings- 
bury, surg. mate Thomas EuY'y, sergeant major- 
Daniel Russell quartermaster sergeant. 

Captains. Socrates Chester Benj. L. Trumbull. 

H. M. Selden Augustus Blish, Gates, David 

Foot Hervey Arnold B. C. Geer t David Cornwall 

Lieutenants. Timothy Holmes, Oliver B. Randall 
Theodore H. Arnold, Qgden Lord, M. W. Hutchinson 
A C. Ammons, A, B Kellogg, Alonzo \Y . Birge, Hi- 
ram A . Penfield. 

Ensigns. Sylvester Gates, Albert D Isham. Elias 
Selden, Giison W. Hosford, James Strickland/ M. E. 
Warner, D. B. Niies Wm. H . Haughton, Charles 
H. Shepard. 

Flank Compames. 
Captains. Keniy Shepard, Nathan Smith 
£leiitcnaiits. Levi Mitchel, Ala A. Mack 
Enn\gns* Ebenezer B. Pelton George A. GHftftt 

R\fie Company. 
Captain. Charles' F. Dav 
heutenanU Enoch B. Bulkley 
i£nsign % Stephen P. Benjamins 



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FIFTH BRIGADE: 

Comprising the 5th, llth 19th and 23d Regiments In- 
fantry, and 2d Regiment Cavalry. 

Andrew Wells esq. Brigadier General. 

Hissell, Aid -de -Camp. 

Asa May, Brigade Major. 
Horace Caylord, Brigade Quartermaster. 

Fifth Regiment, 

Erastus Lester, Colonel. 

Samuel 8, Moseiey, Lieut. Colonel. 

Waterman Clark, Major. 

Edwin Newbury adjutant Orrin Fowler chaplain. 
Morey Burgess surgeon. — Storrs qr. master. 
Eleazer Litchfield surgeon's mate. Danie! Burgess, 
paymaster* Wra. Andrews, Sergeant major. Dan 
Wheeler quartermaster sergeant. Parker Brown, 
drum major John H. Willard, fife do. 

Captains. John Gallup Hen j. Crary John Dayjr- 
Chauucey F. Cieaveland Luciu.3 Carter Hezekiah M. 
Baker B. Perry. 

Lieutenants. Christopher Hall, Bufus W.Kenne, 
dy, Herbert Williams, Parker Hill, William Dyer ? 
Joseph Foster jr. Thomas Webb, Eliphalet Young. 

Ensigns. Ja's Bingham, Aaron A. Crary, Edward 
Fo^g, Warren G. Potter, Jame3 SaflTOrd, Edmund 
Cu minings, Benj. Hovey, Timothy V. Perrv, Ithamar 
Wells. 

Flank Companies. 
Captains. Benj. Hacon, Andrew M. Litchfield, 
Lieutermnts. Albert M. Adams, Anson Fox, 
J&is'ignt* Jabez \dims, Mvah Preston. 

R'\fle Company. 
Capt. George Cady. 
Jseut. jSimuel Hutchins. 
JEmi&n, Marvin Robinson* 



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Eleventh Hegiment- 

■ Calvin Day, Colonel. 

James Lyon, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Asa May, Major. 

George \Varren, adjutant. * biel May, payma te 
George Daniel on, quartermaster. Roswell Whitman 
chaplain. D^niei Lyman, su geou. Thomas Hubbard, 
J:, surgeon's mate. Hosea &• Houghton, quarieimas- 
ter sergeant. Ca vin Lcfringweli, sergeant ma, Lyads 
Trowbridge drum ma. Libras Washburn* file do. 

Captains Joseph M. Perrin, Joseph Lyman Dtifl 
Barstow, Elisha Danie!son, George Goodall. Joseph 
Kohinsnn, Andrew A . Williams, Jo natha: skinner, 
IvlosesC Sessions, 

Lieutenants. Peter Chandler, Moses Lyon 3d R'« 
solved Wheaton J . Jonathan Dexter, Asa Lyon, Wel- 
come Josliu, Moses Chandler, Eloazer Corbin, Fred- 
erick l.arned. 

Ensigns- Henry S. Sweeting, E- D. Perry, James 
Gn.svenor, Luther Day, Chandler B. iggs, "Joseph D. 
Jacobs* Jno.Chamherlin, Harvey Murey, Geo. Nichols. 
Flank Companies. 

Captains. Abe) Coibin, t "hos..Oj -msby, Geo. WiL 
liam*. 

Lieutenants, John Works, Hahey Bixbey, Israel 
Osgood. 

JZnsigns. Ezra D. Works, Alvin Copelahd,G. Slows. 
II: fie Compames. 

CaptamS' Septimus Davison John J. Greene. 

lAeutenan s. Lbenezer Barrett Stephen Crosby jr. 

Ensigns. K. H. Parkhursi Joseph Greene. 

Nineteenth Regiment. 

Carlos Chapman, Colonel. 

Alfred Th eshcr, lieffti n: til Color el. 

Cyrus Russe', Major, 

John Cooler y. adjutant^ KufutfO. Pinsuy quarter 

master. Atiftb. 1 Nath Chaplain. Joseph li. Pitkin 

paymaster. Charles S. Thompson surgeon. Gilbert 



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Alien serg. ma, Z. Alden quartermaster serg. \\m. 
Moore drum ma. Charles Morgan fife do. 

Captains. Harmon Teny tieo A* Howard, Orren 
Fomroy Vacant Cyrus Russel Sanford Mai tin Al- 
len Hammond Ephraim Dimmick jr. 

Lieutenants. Eben'r Metcalfe Guidon Isham A.*a 
Fuller Parley Converse Horace Sikes Martin Me 
Kinney Sanford Grant Philip OrcuU* 

Ensigns. Clarendon Albin, Sherman Chapman Va- 
cant VVarren Oicutt Gaius Wood Chester Chapman 
Sylvester Glazier Samuel T. £peliman. 
Flank Companies' 

Captains. Jabez King jr. Daniel Blodgett San ford 
Stp.n'ey. 

Lieutenants. Asa Welton Horace Orcutt Wm. T 
Coggswell. 

Ensigns, Elam Allea James Francis Austia Car- 
penter. 

Twenty third Regiment. 

Chester Daggett. Colonel. 

Amos Bugbee, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Atmin Bolles, Majm . 

Eber Dunham adjutant. Stanley White quartermas- 
ter Origin Storrs paymaster. Chauncey Booth chap- 
lain. Or ten Hunt surgeon. Oliver It. lsham sutgnon's 
mate. Samuel B. Daggett sergeant majo- . David 
Keyea 2d, quartermaster serg. A^ Barrett d* um ma. 
JMason Morgan fite do* 

Captains. Vhepard Stearns, Edward G, Huntir-g- 
ton Dai ius Kings'ey Wm. Hunt* Joshua fcj. JNhles 
Eleazer Locmis Henry WorV.j- John VV« Sqiiire,Sep- 
timus Barnham A'' nzo W. Btrge* 

Lieutenants:- Samuel S. Eaton David Babccck 
Benjamin Hartshorn Royal S. While Otis D-mra ck. 
Calvin Daggett Henry Curtis jr. Asa Earnham Mar- 
vin H'chardson Be»j. C. House. 

Lmigns. Edmund G* Howe John C. Hose George 
Itorrance Aldeu I ihi-tra Bradley Maine Osmund For* 



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ier Fielder Watkms Marcus Woodward Isaac E? 

ton John H, BueS. 

Flank Companies- 
Caplainc. Jesse Spafford Danforth Richmond 
Lieutenants. Joseph Conant Calvin Whitney 
Ensigns. Darius Dexter, Joseph Woodward 

K\fle Company* 
Captain. Harvey 'Kings bury ♦ 
Lieutenant. Erastus Tnleott. 
Ensign. Eleazer L. Pitkin, 

Second Regiment Cavalry, 

John C. Howard Colonel. 

John Kindall, Major 

Joseph F» Keyes adjutant. Jeremiah Mason quar 
fermaster. Charles Grosvenor paymaster. Philo 
Judson Chaplain. Russell Hubbard surgeon. Eben. 
ezer Devotion surgeon's mate. Chester Child, ser- 
geant major. Samuel P. Summer quartermaster ser 
geant. Nathaniel Ho<iskins trumpet major. 

Ftrst Company* Gurdon Sear Is captain, Wro. A. 
Lathrop 1st lieut, Zuchariah Bickaell jr. 2d lieut, 
Joseph B, Simmons? cornet. 

Second Company- Benjamin Smith captain. Hen- 
ry Angel st Lieut. Uriah C. Prime 2d Leut t Isaac 
Gallup cornet. 

Third Company,, Salmon L. Williams, captain. — 
Amos Fowler jr/lst lieut. Erastus Hutchinson 2d do. 
Hiram Sumner Con et. 

Fourth Company Lorin Brown, captain. Matthew 
Brown 1st lieut. Royal S. If atrous, 2d do. tfamuej 
Wilkinson cornet. 



THIRD DIVISION. 

CONSISTING OF FOURTH AND SIXTH BRIGADES* 

Morris Woodruff, es<). Major General. 
Major John Wolcott 7 *.* * n , * 

Major David C. Eanford j-**-*-G«t#. 



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Lt*Col. Wm. S. Hoilibi^, Division Inspector, 
Vacant Division Quartermaster, j 



FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 4ih 9ih 15th And 24th ltegiment3 In- 
fantry, and 5ih Regiment Cavalry. 
E i L. Hawley esq. Brigadier General. 
Charles Jessup, Brigade Major and Inspector, 
Sherwood Sterling, Brigade Quartermaster. 
Hanford Lyon Aid de Camp. 

Fourth Regiment. 

Henry Sherwood Colonel. 

Wm. Richards Lieut. Colonel. 

Charles l)t Forest Major. 

George A. Mills adjutant, Moses A Sherwood 
truAitermasteri George Weils sergeant major. Lu- 
cius Wooster, quartei master sergeant- Vacant chap- 
Iain. Vacant surgeon. Vacant sui geon's mate. 

Captains* Charles W. Thorpe Eliukim Hough 
Ebenezer Desbvow Lyman Baldwin Simon Sherwood 
Edwa'd Johnson Summers Crofoot, Preston B. War. 
ner Abel Sherwood. 

Lieutenants- Morris Wakeman> John N, Andrews 
Walter Sherwood Samuel B. Ferguson John Hanks 
2d Robert Hi Lovejv)y Edwin Thompson Charles 
Curtiss, 

Ensigns. Isaac Beers Walter Curtiss Moses Brad 
ley Alpha Carrier Cyrus .Sherwood Harvey Treat 
Joel Beard, j<- diaries Judsoni 

Flank Companies* 

Captains. Dnvid Way land Munson Gray Philo An* 
drewa. 

Lieutenants. Anson Wakelee Judson Nichols Isaac 
Sherman. 

Ensigns-. Ephraim Edwards George Bulkley $o. 
stall S. hay to 



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Rifle Compart. 
Captain. David Leaven worth. 
Lieutenant. John L. Nichols. 
Ensign, Erastus McEwen. 



Ninth Regiment, 

Drake Mead, Colonel. 

Thomas A. Mead, Lieutenant Colore!. 

Joseph Seilick., Major. 

Nelson Adams adjutant. Edwin Hurlbut. paymaster 

Charles W". Taylor su.geoa, Samuel Smith sergeant 

ma. Burr Keeier quartermaster. Reuben Sherwood 

chaplain. Vacant sui genii's mate. Zalmon Adam? 

quartermaster ser£. Jonathan Bears drum ma. Gaorge 

tioyt jr fife do. 

Captains. Edward Loumbury Gideon Ferris Fred 
erick ft. Moore Daniel -ianford Thomas A. M<ad 
David-S. Mather Luke Holmes John ?1 Curtiss. 

Lieutenants. Sanii* Adams Daniel Lyqn jr. Geo, 
Day tf. P. Johnson Za'mou Miner teaac Northrop 
Major Loekwood Isaac. vV. Jones. 

'Ensign*. Thomas P. Dixon Daniel 5. Belts Burr 
Nash Hiram Jones William Bush Benj. Little Giles 
Gregory Aaron Dean. 

Flank Companies. 
Captains. Alva Jane Israel Pec'^ Harry E. Hoyr. 
Lieu-enant*. W liam A. Lockwood Henry Mead 
Stephen T. Brewer. 

Ensigns. Isaac Mead Gilbert P. Finch H. Gregory; 

Fiji een th R egimen t . 
A>son H. Stewart, Colonel. 
Reuben Black man, Lieutenant Colonel, 
\mz\ Rogers, Major. 
Timothy B. Hickok adjutant. Augustus Hoyt, 
quartermaster. Henry Bnrrill "paymaster 1 . Nathaniel 
H. Wild man sergeant major. John G. Lowe chaplain 
RqhscI B. Botsfo'rd surgeon. Levi S„ Knapp quarter 
master sergeant. Charles Shsrman, tfraa ma, D. vi«i 
Uotstbrd, fife do. 



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Guplains. David t?, Houston, Horace #ara« 
John Glover Jr, Chailes Dart Arazi It >gera David S 
Dabble Cyrus B. Hungerford. 

Lieutenants. Chatles Hide Albert N. Gaylord Austin 
N. Botsford \sahel B. Taylor Lewis Beardsley 
Wm. Bradshaw Holmes Hubbell. 

Ensrcrns. Matthew i . Barber John Buel ^aWi 
Claik Aaron Andrews Vacant Joseph Tomlinson Wm. 
Pickett, 

Flank Companies. 

Captains. Gideon B. Botsford Pavid Northrop jr, 

Lieutenants. Burtus Fairchild, Gerardus Hunger - 
t'ord. 

Ensigns. Ephraim HubbeU Philo Lake. 

Twenty Fourth Rtgiment. 

Bradford Wint^n, Colone 1 . 
George Mead, Lt. Colonel. 
George Middlebrook, Major. 

George B. Benjamin, adjutant. Andrew Comstoek 
quartermaster. Chauncey Olmsted, payma c ier. Wm. 
C. Niffin, chapl'^iu. Vacant surgeor. Vacant sur- 
geon's mate. Jared Hawley, sergeant mj r. Daniel 
Chapman quartermaster sergeant. — — Beriton,drura 
major. — O'msted, fife do. 

Captain? . Isaac ,f. Gilbert Stephen Hoy', jr, 
"En Mailory Lanson Cor ley Ez»-a Birchad Vacant 
Bra<liey Gould Moses Hi'l 

Lieutenants* Philip B. Smith Isaac M. Sturges 
Hull Goodyear Stephen Seward, Wakeman Godfrey, 
John C. Gray E. Gould Simeon M. Meeker William 
Sturges. 

Ensign*, Burr Keeler Abijah Betts Daniel Foster 
Vacant, Samuel M, CooSey J 4m T. Rockwell David 
Perry Alonzo Beers George F Belden. 
Flanh Companies . 

CapfamW Stephen Jackson Samuel Carter jr . Ea- 
ra Silliraan, 



Lieutenants. Aaron Edmond Harry Waterbiiry 
Alva Gregory. 
Ensigns. Curtbs Betts Z. Carter Harvey Flabbell- 

Ftfth Regiment Cavah*y. 

Tertius D, Potter, Colonel. 
Wm. B> Hoyt, M'.jor. 

Sameel Brown, adjutant. ' Joel W. N"or\hrop,quar" 
termaster. George Seeley, paymaster, SturgesGiL 
bert, chaplain Ithiel Williams, surgeon. Frederick 
Si Wildman, surgeon's mate. Solomon Bostwick, quar- 
ter master sergeant 

\st Company. Nathan L'eardsley, captain. Harman. 
Judson, Isilieut. Charles Martin 2d do- Daniel Ba- 
een jr. cornet- 

2d Company Vacant capt. Starr Nichols, 1st lieut* 
John V* Sittiesey, 2d do. Walter MsJlory, cornet. 

3d Company. William Lock wood, captain. Vacant 
1st iieut. Herman Atwood, 2d do. Joseph N. Wood- 
ruff, cornet. 

4th Company. Simeon Ford, capt. Henry Merwin* 
1st lieut. Orren Coggshail, 2d do. Merrit a. Piatt, 
cornet. 



SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Comprisiag the 12th, 13th, I6thaud 2lst Regiments In- 
fantry, and 3d Regiment Cavalry. 
Uriel 1 utile esq. Brigadier General. 
Charles F. Sedgwick, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
John H. Tuttle, Brigade Quartermaster, 
Jason Whiting, Aid de-Camp. 

Twelfth Regiment. 
Chauncey Crafts Coionei. 
Erastus Smith, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Charles Hicoek, Ma.or, 



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John Marvin, adjutant. Alvin Hyde, quarter mas« 
ter. Merril Hemingway, paymaster.. Grove L. Brow* 
neli, chaplain. Frederick B, Woodward, surgeon. R„ 
C. Steele, sergeant major, Frederick Parker, qnar. 
termaster sergeant 

Captains. Vacant, Charles C. Hioman, Samuel 
Jackson jr. David Buckingham jr. Ithiel Hickox,Chris- 
topher Aliyn, James Wakeley, Leonard Brownson. 

Lieutenants. Ransom Judson, Thomas Johnson, Jo- 
seph Ambler, Lucius B. Bradley, Seymour Morehouse 
Chester Acktey, Orrin Seward, Larmon T. Towasend. 

Emigns. Carlos Booth, Vacant, Samu«l S. Kasion, 
Matthew D Merriam, Sherman Holiister, Garry H, 
Wheeler, Josiah Hine. 

Flank Companies' 

Captains R. B. HotchUiss, Anson Bradley, 

Lieutenants Vacant, Russell Barlow. 

Ensigns. Vacant, Samuel S. Barlow. 

Thirteenth Regiment. 

Jared S. Harrison, Colonel, 

John Isha?T), Lieutenant Colonel. 

Seth Pierce, Major. 

Alexander M. HoF.ey, adjutant. Nathaniel Church 

jr. quartermaster. Charles E. Russell, paymaster. 

P«tkin Cowles, Chaplain. Elisha T. Sterling, sergeant 

major. James M. Johnston, quartermater sergeant 

Rosweil Clark, drum ma. Leonard Gibbs, fife do. 

Captains. Amos T. King, John Smith, Charles E. 
Perry. Joshua W. Staunton, Anson Rogers, Luther 
Dean, Nathaniel Benedict jr. Seih B. St. John. 

Lieutenants. Horatio N. Wetherell, Ezra Stone, 
Z. W. Bissell, Noah S. Martin, Earl Johnson, Herm- 
an Hoare, Henry S. Norton, John Parsons. 

Ensign*. Edward M. Franklin, David Gomstock, 
H K. Hunt, Heman Sellick, Eber Cotton. Henry Dean 
fJsoaun'J S, Green, Everett St.Johu. 
Flank Companies, 
Captains Hiram Holcomb, Phineas Baldwin, Da^ 
«i<*s l. Bound. 

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Lieutenants. Leonard Lawrence, Rufus Payne r, 
Frederick A. King. 

Ensign*. David D. White, Ethel North, Eleazer 
Jenkins. 

Sixteenth Rtgiment. 

Miles Smith, Colonel. 

Frederick Buel, Lieut. Colonel. 

E!ihu Barber jr. Major. 

Ralph G Camp, adjutant. Homer Sacket, quarter 
master David Catlin, paymaster. Luther Hart. chap- 
Sain. Samuel R. Childs, surgeon. Joel G. Gandee, 
surgeon's mate. Heary Phelps, sergeant major. S; 
Bryon Smith, qaarter master sergeant. Myron ©shorn, 
drum major. David Booth, fife do. 

Captains. Daniel Baldwin, Peter M. Roberts, Nor- 
man Wilson, Lorenzo Hart, Herman Baldwin, Anson 
Colt jr. Darius Webb, Noah B. Smith. 

Lieutenants. Birdsay Nevins, Amasa N. Chapin, 
Wyllys Clark, Marcus Mansill, Reuben M. Gibbs,! 
Aianson Hall, Mllo Burr, Abner Everett, George N. 
Blakeslee« 

Ensigns. Edwin B.Webster, Alexander Norton jr. 
Augustus S. Johnson, Lorenzo Whetmore, Jarvis 
Griswold, Robin Sanford, Wm. Leach, Dyer Strong, 
Ebenezer Siedman, 

Flank Companies. 

Captains Leonard Kinney/Horatio A. Norton, Ma- 
jor S Wilson. 

Lieutenants, Charles Jones, Silas Humphrey, At- 
drew S tough ton. 

Ensigns. Aiva Stone, Obed Humphrey, Jacob 
Blakeslee. 

Rifle Company. 
Captain. Daniel G. Humphreys jr. 
Lieutenant. Heman W. Child. 
Ensign* Walter doe* 



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Tivcnty first Regiment. 

Jasper Bidwell, Colonel. 

Augustus Pease. Lieutenant Colonel. 

Salmon Merrill, Major. 

Lambert Hitchcock, adjutant. Theodore Hinsdale, 
quartermaster. Darius Phelps, paymaster. James 
Beach, chaplain. — Welch, surgeon. — Case, sur- 
geon's mate. Austin Knsign, serg. major. Bidwell 
quartermaster serg. Vaeantjdrum ma* Anson Wheel- 
er, fife do. 

Captains. Rufus Curtis, Wra. Silby Jr. Galpin P. 
Bronson, Matthew Allen, Orrin Tibbals, Thomas D. 
Bosworth, Jason ^age, Chester Soper. 

Lieutenants' Thomas Watson, Aim on Holcomb, 
Sylvester Piatt, Joel Allen, Halsey Stephens, Benson 
(joe, Giles Bass, Samuel Addis. 

Ensigns. Zenas Barnes, Samuel T. Jones, Ehrmand 
Adams, Jehiel Case, Mark Bigelow, Eleazer Ensign, 
George AutUn, Orrin Brown. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains. Stephen B French, Vacant. Vacant. 

Lieutenants, Sanford Allen, Joseph Wells, arauel 
Boyd. 

Ensigns. Reuben Pinney, Abirani Wilcox, Horace 



Ski 



nner. 



Third Regiment Cavalry. 

Jannah B. Phelps, Colonel. 
Norman Kellogg, Major. 

Ezekiel Wordford, adjutant. Andrew Dimntock' 
quartermaster- Wm, Rockwell, paymaster. S.Gootf- 
man, chaplain. Wm. O. Faicott, surgeon. — — C?ae, 
surgeon's mate, fsaiah Hurlbut, serg. major, ^eth 
Stevens, quarter master sergeant. 

First Company. Samuel Bushnell, capt> Frederick 
Yale, 1st lieut. William Bu&hnell, 2d $** Lyman 
Page, cornet* 



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Second Company. John Hunger ford jr. capt Afr*-- 
aer Loomis, 1st lieut. Lloyd Humphrey, 2d do. John 
Watkirvs, cornet. 

Third Company. Lester Newton, captain. EJ» Sey- 
mour, 1st It. N.Kinney, 2d do. Calvin Wilder, cornet. 

Fourth Company Julius Alfred, captain. Chester 
Gosley, 1st lieut. Norman Cook, 2d do. William Coe, 
cornet. 



BRIGADE OF ARTILLERY. 



Comprising three Regiments of Light Artillery 
and three Regiments Horse Artillery. 

Ffeilo Harrison, esq. Brigadier General. 

Horace W Goodwin, Brigade Major and Inspector*,, 

Vacant Brigade Quartermaster. 

Peter Morton Aid-deCamp. 

First Regiment Light Artillery. 

Charles Coit, Colonel. 
©eorr*e SpafF>rd, Lieut. Colonel- 
Thomas P. Trott, Major. 
A. H. Washburn, adjutant. Vacant quartermaster. 
George H«we, paymaster. Cornelins B, Everest chap- 
lain Chester Hunt, surgeon. James L. Ripley, sur* 
geon's mute. Andrew B. Baldwin, sergeant major. 
John A Leavens^ quartermaster sergeant. William 
Weaver, fife major. 

^ Captains. tCbenezer H. Watrous, W r ra. Smi'h,John 
G. Oabney, Robert Sharp, Asahel Howland, Benjamin 
Underwood, James Smith, Julius Clark, Jesse K. Paul, 
Joseph V\ Stanton. 

Sst Lieutenants. Noah Chapman, Daniel Lafbrop, 
William Cogswell, Hezekiah Edgertou jr. MarshfiefcJ 
S Packer, Jeremiah Law, Samuel Webb, Joha M« 
Woodworth, Liuuvs Witter, Thomas Ashjiv 



. 



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2d Lieutenant 8. Vacaat, Stephen Remington, Colby 
"C. Cleaveland, Marvin Peck, Stephen Sterling jr. He- 
zekiah Sabin» Abner Follett, Wm. W. brewster, 
Jedidiah P. B&inee, Charles P. Williams, 

Second Regiment. 

Ely A. Elliott, Colonel. 

Solomon Olmsted, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Jabez SmUbwoJth, jr Major. 

Samuel Dodd, adjutant. Thomas Mygatt,paymaster, 
Wra. H. Lyude, quarter master. Hector F Phelps, 
qr. master. Joy H. Fairchild, chaplain. R chard EelU 
surgeon. Wyllys Woodruff, surgeon's mate. Elias 
Pratt sergeant major. Solomon Hosford qr. master, 
sergeant. Orrm H. Lee, drum major, VVareham Ful. 
ler fife do. 

Captains. Edwin P. Harrington, Elisha Man. 
ross \llen Goodwin Vacant Roswell Brainard Wm. 
H. Halleck *mos Beecher jr. Nathan Griswold John 
B. Southmayd. 

1st Lieutenants , Charles H. Olmsted Orrin Hart, 
Jason L. Wolc-cU Samuel M. Tully David B. Ven- 
tress, Wm. Mather, jr. R. Douglass, Titus Coan, Da- 
iia Read. 

Zd Lieutenants. Matthew C. Cad well Elijah Por- 
ter (3d Lieut.) Daniel Tattle Charles H. Northara 
Charles C. Conklin Cephas Brainard Anson Priest 
Martin Merrill Horace Redfield Otis Fisk. 

Third Regiment* 

William Odelt, Colonel. 

Charles Foot, Lieut. Colonel. 

Ira Gregory, Major. 

M. A* Durand, adjutant. Henry Hotcfekise, quarter 

master. Wm. B. Thonoau, paymaster H. Croswell 

chaplain. Charles B. Foot, surgeon. A. S. Munson 

surgeon's male. Wm. S. Smith segeant major. E F. 

•Hazen quarter master sergeant, George D. lriiae,drum 

major, }. E* Corker, fife do. 



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Captains. Vacant Peter C- Pixbee, Asahel Dun- 
ning Alexander Harrison John Gnnn Clark Wooster 
Roswell Smith Alvan Leete Jona. S. Wilcox. 

1st Lieutenants. Curtiss Wildman, Eiias H Hal", 
David M Marvin, Henry Hotchkias, William Moody, 
David vYainei*, Ii-a Hydt?, Joel Griawold, Frederick 
W. ^cranton. 

2d Lieutenants. II. S .Bowden, Nelson Burroughs-,/ 
Henry W. Smith, Horace it. Hotchkias, Ellas B. Bish. 
op, (3d lieut.) Stanton Pendleton, (ith lieut.) Nathan- 
iel Hard y Hiram Warner, Samael Smith, Richard 
Fowler, Selah Lee. 

First Regiment Horse Artillery, 

haddeus Cook Colonel. 

Harman J. Kelsey Lieut. Colonel. 

Leverett Carringtou, Major. 

Constant KirtSand, adjutant. Miles M. Carrington 
quarter master. Horace R. Hotchkiss, paymaster. — 
A.King, ehaplain. A. H. King, surgeon* Harry 
Hall, serg. m ajor Ralph Pratt, quartermaster serg* 
T Russell, trumpet major. 

First Company. E.liakim Linsley, captain. Mi- 
ner Fowler 1st lieut- Jesse Gilbert 2d do Charles 
M Fr»wler,Sddo Gibbs Gilbert, 4th do. John Rus- 
sell, cornet 

Seconif Company. Ws^trom Ives. Captain. Sylves- 
ter Hall, 1st lieut Onn \ndtews, 2d lieut. Joel 
Hall, 3d lieut Charles B. Cook, 4lh lieut Joel 
Peck, cornet. 

Third Company , Leverett Carrington, Captain.— 
Enoch Woodruff', 1st lieut Charles Benham, 2 do. 
Noyes Clark. 3d do. VVatrous C. Wakeley, 4th do. — 
Enoch vomers cornet. 

Fourth Company, Freeman Harrison, 2d lieut, — 
Gustavus Piatt, Corner. 

Second Regiment. 

Oliver Earner jun. Colonel. 

Dsv?d Baldwin, lieut. Colonel. 

Elihu M, Kingsley, Major. 



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Augustus Olmstead, adjutant. Wm, 1). Ripley, qr. 
snaster. Thomas llobbms paymaster Wm.H. Cogs- 
well surgeon. G C. Lester surgeon's mate. Asa. 
Hartshorn, sergeant major. James S. Mitchel, quar- 
termaster sergeant. 

First Company Brainard Palmer, captain. Henry 
Bailey 1st lieut. Wm Palmer, jr, 2d do. Nelson C. 
Daniels 3d do Josiah A. Chapman, 4th do, John 
K Tiffany cornet. 

Second Company. Vacant, Captain. Milton M. 
Perkins, 1st lieutenant. Elisha C. Rogers, 2d lieut. 
Moses Rogers, 3d do. Marvin M. Fox, 4ih do. Wm. 
Fitch, cornet- 

Third Company. Thomas Edwards, captain. Brad- 
ford Ames, 1st It. Daniel Grant jr* 2d do. Prentice 
Williams Sd do. Benj. Chester, 4th do* Carlton 
Avery, cornet* 

Third Regiment 

David Hiilsjr. Colonel. 

.Tames Henviel, Lieut. Colonel. 

James Scott, Major. 

Horace Hill, adjutant. George Wheeler, quarter- 
master. Zalmon Knapp, paymaster, Ambrose S.Todd 
chaplain. Elijah Middlebrook, surgeon. Stephen Mid- 
dlebrook, surgeon's mate. Wm. H Mead,serg major. 
Sherwood Staples, quarter master sergeant. 

1st Company. Abel Hall ir. capt. David Walker jr 
1st It. Elisha^Grey, 2d It. Alonzo Sherman 3d It Eli- 
sha Hi. Beardslee, 4th do. Charles Wakelee, cornet 

c ld Company. Samuel Scott capt. Joseph Silliman, 
1st It. John L. Silliman, 2d do. Wm. Scott, 3d do. 
Munson Hoy t, 4th (h). John Jones, cornet. 

3d Company. Wm.Bulkley, capt. Rnrr Sherwood 
1st It, Ward Nichols, 2d do. Jonathan Andrews, 3d 
do. Joel B. Bulkley,4ih do. Wm Bradley, cornet. 

4-th Company, Vacant, eapt. John Dean, 1st lieut. 
Darius K. Scofield, 2d do. Joseph Weed, 3d do. Aid 
Knapp, 4th do, Eiihu Hoyt, cornet. 



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MINISTERS & CHURCHES; 



COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 



Bartford, 
Rev. Joel Rawes 



Joel H. Linsley { 
Samuel Spring 
Nathan Pe kins d.b. 
Rt.ttev. Tho's G. Brown- 
ell, d. i>. ll, d. E 



j Glastenbury. S.fL Riddell 
I Jacob Allen 
j Hector Humphreys E 
) Jeremiah Stocking M 
Granby. Isaac Poi ler 

Vacant 

Ransom Warner E 



Nathaniel 8. H heaton E" Vacant 



B 



Barnas Sears 

Aaron Pearce 

Vacant 
Berlin. Royal Robbins 

Henry Jones 

Samuel Goodrich 

Vacant 
BrisioL Jonathan Cone 

j-ienry 'Stanwood B 

Burlington, Jomv Miller J 

Erasius Clapp \ 

Vacant B 

Canton. JairUs Burt 

Isaftc.Kimball B 

East Hartford* 

Joy H. Fairchild 
East Windsor, T. Robbins 

Shnbaei Ba.-tlett 

Geo. VV. Doane E 

Ei[feld' Francis L.Rohb'HS 

Jeremiah F. Bridges B 
Farming-ton, Noah Porter 

flatvey ttcuhaell 



Hartland Ammi Linsley 

Adoiphus Ferrv . 

Nath'l Gaylord" E 

Manchester, Enoch Burt 

Vacant B 

Marlborough. Vacant 

Plurality E 

Simsbury. Allen McLean 

Ransom Warner E 

Southing ton* 

David L.Ogden 

Plurality E 

Suffield. Eben. Gay/ 

Joel Mann * 5 

Joseph Mix 

Asahel Morse 

Calvin Phileo 
W ether sfield. 

Caleb J. Tenney 

Joab Brace 

Calvin Chapin, n.v 
Windsor, 

Henry A Rowland 

John Bartlctr 



B 



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COUNTY OF NEW HAVEN. 



\7V1rw Haven. 
Leonard Bacon 
Samnel Merwin 
Jerem'h Day, dd.ll. 
Eleazer T. Fitch 
Harry Croswell 

■ Spicer 
Benj. M. Hill 
JBranford. 
Timoth) P. Gillet 
Vacant 

Matthew Noyes 
John M. Garfield 
Cheshire. 
Vacant 

Asa Cornwell 
Reuben Ives 
Derby. 
Zephaniah Swift 
Vacant 
Vaoaat 

Stephen Jewitt 
East-Haven. 
Stephen Dodd 
Joseph Perry 
Guilford. 
Aaron Button 
•Zolva Whilmore 
David Baldwin 
AlvahB. Goldsmith 
flamden. Vacant 
Vacant 
Vacant 

Wm, T. Potter 
Jtfadison 
Samuel N< Shepard 



E 



John Ely 

- West B 

Meriden. Cha's J .Hinsdale 

Nathaniel F fcruce B 

Sa.ouel Miller B 

Middlebury % Mark Mead 

Milfordt Bczaleel Pinneo 

Vacant 
North Haven 

W in J, Boar^min 
Plurality 
Orange 
Stephen W, Stebbins 
Vacant 
Pura'ily 
Oxjord, Vacant 

Plurality E 

.Prospect* John E. Bray 
\Souihbury Vaeant 
Tho's L. £>h ipmaa 
Noah amHh 

Stephen B Brosy B 

rrallmg/ord James Noyes 



B 



E 



.tames Keller 


E 


Ashbel Baldwin 


E 


Seth Ewer 




tfaterbury. Vacant 




Amos Pettingall 




Alpheus Geer 


E 


Jess; Frost 


B 


Samuel Potter 


B 


fVolcott. Vacant 




Vacant 




Woodbridge* Vac 1 *, 
Joseph T. Clark 


Vac't 


E 


Henry Lines 


B 



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COUNTY OF MEW LONDON. 



A r eiv- London 

Abel Mc5wen 

Bethel Judd E 

Henry Wightman B 

Le Koy Sunderland M 
.Bozrah — David Austin 

Vacant B 

Co Ichester— Salmon Cone 

Joseph Harvey 
Franklin— Sam'l Nott d. c 

Vacant 
Gns-wo Id— Horatio Waldo 

Seth Bliss 
Groton— Timothy Tuttle 

John Q. Wightman B 

Roswell Burrews B 

Lebanon — Edward Bull 

Daniel Waldo 

Erastus Ripley 

Esek Krown 
Lisbon— Levi Nelson 

Andrew Lee, d. d 

Amos Reed B 

Lyme — Lathrop Rockwell 

Josiah Hawes 



Vacant 

Nathan Wildraan 

Vacant 



B 
SC 



Montville—X want 

Nathaniel Miner 

Benjamin Goff 

Oiver Wilson 
Aomoich — Jos. Strong, 

Alfred Mitchell 

Seth P. Paddock 

Wm. Palmer 

David N. Bentley 

Zelotes Fuller 
North Stonmgton, 

J. Ayer, jr 

Jonathan Miner 

Asher Miner 
Preston— Vacant 

Vacant 

Vat nt 

Levi Meech 
Salem— \L\\ Hyde 

Vacant 
StoningtoH—lr'A Hart 

Elihu Cbesebroagh 

/abez Swan 
JT aterford 

Francis Darrow 

Lester T. Kogert 

Jonathan Ames 



B 
i\ 

DD 

E 

B 
M 

IT 



B 
M 



E 
B 



B 
M 

B 

S3 

B 



COUNTY OF FAIPFIFI D. 



Fairfield 
Nathaniel Hewitt 
Richard V. Dey 
Edward V?. Honker 
Wm Shelton E 

Isaac Branson B 

Bri(i^/>orf,FranklinY.Vail 
Henry H. Judah E 



Brook field — A Bruntfage 
Benjamin Benham B 

D anbury — Vaca nt 
John G. Lowe 
Lemuel B. Hull E 

Levi Osborn, Sand. 

Nathan Hulkley B 

ZJariew— Eben. Plait 



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Grecnw'ch— Vacant 

Isaac Lewis jr. 

PUtt t*uffett 

Robert Finch B 

Huntm^ton — T .Punderson 

V scant 
JMcnroe 

Amos Bassett, d.d. 

Menzies Ray net* K 

sYewCanaan, Wm. Bonne 

Plurality J 

JYev Fairfield Vacant 

Vacant II 

Aexvtown—Wm Mitche'l 



Daniel Burhans 
Nathan Benedict 
Solomoo Glover 

JsTortvalK Vacant 
Reuben Sherwood 

lledd'mg 
Jona. Bartiett 
Wm.C. Kniften 
Lemuel B. Hull 



U\d$e field 

Samuel M Phelpi 

Nathan Barton 

_-. Hoicomb E 

Sherman, Maiiby Gelstou 
Stamfords Daniel Smith 

Henry Fuller 

\mbrose $ t Todd E 

John EMis -B 

Stratford, 

Joshua Leavitt 

Edward Kutledge E 

Stephen Gurus B 

Trumbull— James Kant 

Ashbel Baldwin 

Vacant B 

fJetion— John Noyes 

Naihaniel Fieeman 

Vacant 
fVdion — Syivnnus Katght 

Grigeo P Boteomb E 

A. \V, Whitney # 



n 



Vacant 



COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 

Brooklyn, Samuel J. May \ Hampton. D. G. Sprague 



Ambrose Ed3on 

Vacant E 

Ashford, Philo Judsoa 

Reuben Ton ey 

Luke W©od 

Ezekiel Skinner B 

Vacant B 

Canterbury. Israel G Rose 



James Burnham C U 
Alfred Burnam CB 

Klhv.gly Elisha Atkins 
Vacant 

Roswtll Whitmore 
Calvin Con per B 

Plainfield, Orin Fowler 
Nathaniel Cole B 



Vacant iPomfret- James porter 

Geo '6, White E Vacant 

Chaplin, Jared Andrews James A. Boswel! B 

Elias Sharpe CB Sterling. G.W,Appleton B 

Joshua Abbe CB 1 Vacant B 



17iomp8f>n t 

Daniel Dow 

James G row 
Volttntown, Vacant 
Wmdham. 

Cornelius B< Everest 

^esse Fisher 



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Chester Tilden 
Roger Bingham 
Woodstock. 
R*lph S Craropton 
Alvan* Underwood 
Samuel Backus 
George S. Atwell 



COUNTS OF LITCHFIELD 

jLuchfeld, Vaeant 
Henry Robinson 
•Joseph E. Camp 



Vacant 
Truman Marsh 
J. S. Stone 
Vacant 



New Mlford 

Andrew Elliott 

Vacant 

Plurality E 

E Eleazer Beecher B 

E Norfolk, Ralph Emerson 
£ Plymouth, Luther Hart 



Barkhamsted, Saul Clark | Rodney Rossiter 

Samuel Gr isw< Id ERoxbury, 

Bethlem, Benj. F. Stanton: J?osd»ck Harrison 
Canaan, Cha les Prentissj Plurality 



E 



Pitkin Cowles 

Plurality 

Freeman Hopkins 
Colebrook. 

Chauncey Lee, d.-d. 

Rufas Babcock 

Erafetus Data 
Cornwall, Wm. Andrews \Torr\ngton 

Walter Smith W m. R. Gould 

Silas Ambler | Samuel J. Mills 7 

Vacant g! Epaphras Goodman $ 

Vacant B Warren 

Goshen Francis H. Case Peter Starr t 



\ Salisbury i 
E Leonard E Lathrqp 
JJ, Stephen Beach, 

\Shuron 

J David L. Perry 
B Frederick Gridley 
J£i Plurality 



Uarwinton 

George E, Pierce 
Kent, L«Kren P. Hicok 

Georpe 0. Andrews 
New Rartford, 

Cyrus Yale 

Vacant 



Hart TaicotU 
Ananias Derthwick 

Washington 
Stephen Mason 
Charles A. Boardmau 
Ezra D, .Kellogg 



Plural!/ ft 
Water town, 

Darius O. Giiswold 

Fred. Hr. lcomb 
Winchester, 

Frederick Marsh 



109 

E lames Beach 
I feamuel GriswoM 

_\lfoodbur#. 

Samuel B. Andrews 
Grove L» Urownell 
Sturgea Gilbert 



\ 



COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 



JWiddlet 9 iv n John H . Cr a 
Joshua L. Wiliams 
Walter CoUon 
Binlsey G. Noble K 

Joshua ft. Dodge B 

Frederick YVightman B 
Heman Bangs' M 

Chatham, Harvey Talcott 
Vacant 

Char.es Bent ley 
Smith Miies E 

Wra. Welch M 

Vacant B 

Durham, David Smith 
Vacant 

East f/addam 
Isaac Pa sons 
Joseph Vail 
Herman L. Vail 



>imeon Dickn3on 

Wra. C. Jarvis 
Haddam. John Vlarsh 

Simon SSaler 
Middle lliddam 

Aahbrl. Sfeele 
Kilhngwth- 

Vacant 

Asa King. 

Plurality E 

Pierponf Brocket B 
Say brooks 

Frederick W. tiotchkit* 

Aaron Hovey 

Sylvester Selden 

VVm. Case 

Peter C C'ark E 

Joseph Glazier B 

Asa Wilcox J) 



COUNTY OF TOLLiND 

George A. Calhoun 
\ acant 
Henry Biow-n 

Ellington, 
D.udaie jfitoekway 

titbron, Lvman Strongs 
Cha.Ln Sf'chols 
Augustus B, Collins 



Tultand, 

Nathan \\illiariis 5 B-D > 

Ansel Nash 5 

Bolton 

Lavius Hyde 
Columbia, 

David Dickinson 
Coventry 

Chauneey Mdotk 



1$ 



\ Ge geO, ^hepard 
Peter Griffiog 



E 



Mansfield^ 

Ansor S. Atwood 

William Ely 

3 on a Goodwin M 

Soiners, \Vm- L. Strong 
Stafford, Harvey Smith 

Joseph Knight 



no 

T. P Fuller TJ 

Leonard Gage JJ 

Union, N. B. i?eards)ee 
Vernon, Amzi Benedict 
f'Y dlmgton, 

Hub be J Loorais 

David Lillibridge Jj 



BISHOPS, 

Of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the If. Staiei\ 
Right Rev. William W r hite, »- D. of Pennsylvania. 
R-ght Rev. John Henry Hobart, d. d. of N. York, 
Right Rev. A'exander Viets Griewold, d. d. of the 

Eastern Dioces3. 
Right Rev. Richard Channing Moore, d, d. of Ve„ 
Right Rev James Kemp, d. d of Maryland j 
Right Rev. John Cioes, d d. of New Jersey. 
Right Uev. Nathaniel Bowen, d. d. of S- Carolina* 
Right Rev. Thomas C Browoell, d.d. l<l. d. of Con. 
Right Kev. Philander Chase, d. d. of Ohio. 
Right Rev. John S. Ravenscroft, d. d. of N Carolina. 
Right Rev. lienry U. Onderdonk, Assistant .Bishop 
of Pennsylvania. 

Bishops of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Wm. McKendree, Enoch George, Robert R. Roberts, 

Elijah Hedden, Joshua Souie. 



Standing Committee of the Episcopal 

Convention' 

Rev. Messrs Harry Croswetl, Nathaniel S. Wheaton, 

Reuben Sherwood, Dav»d Baldwin, Edward Rutlcdge. 

Trustets of the Bishop's Fund. 
Rev. Messrs. Ashbel Baldwin, Harry Croswell, Bea- 
ben Sherwood,— Hon. Samuel W. Johnson, iEneas 
MonsoP) N&than Smith, Chariot Sigouraey, Samuel 



Ill 

Tudor, William Moseley, Wra- McCrackan, esquires 
Hon. Samuel W. Johnson, President. 
Rev, Ashbel Baldwin, Secretary- 
Charles Sigourney, esq. Treasurer. 

Annual meeting, lit Wednesday aft. 4th Tues. in Oct. 



CONNECTICUT BIBLE SOCIETY- 

Rev. Samuel NoU, d. d President. 
Vice Presidents.— Rev. Calvin Chapin, d. 9. John 
Hall, esq. Hev. Joel Kawes, Jabez Huntington* esq. 

Secretary. Henry Hudson, esq. 

Treasurer, James R Woodbridge, esq. 
Directing Committee Samuel Pitkin, esq. 
Rev. Henry A. Rowland, Rev. Joab Brace, Daniel 
Wadsworth, esq. lie* JoyH. Fait. child, Chas. Hosmer 
ttev Caleb J. Tenney, Rev. Beia Kellogg, Rev, Shu- 
bael Bartlett, Gliphalet Terry, Deac Timothy Still- 
man, John Sargeant, esq. Rev. David Smith, Rev. Hor- 
ace Hooker, loseph Trumbull, esq. Seth Terry, esq. 
Rev- Samuel Spring, Oliver D. Gooke, esq. 

Charles Hosmer, of Hartford, is appointed General 
Agent for purchasing and distributing Bibles, to whom 
applications for Bibles may be made. Applications for 
Bibles, and donations to the Society, may also be made 
to Jabez Huntington, esq. Norwich. 



New London Gounty Bible Society, 

Auxiliary to the American' 

Hon. Glias Perkins, President. 

Robert Coit, Secretary. 
Ebenezer Learned, Treasurer. 
Vice Presidents. — Henry Champion, Levi Nelson, 
Abel MoEwen, Samuel Nott, Bethel Judd, Nathaniel 
Shipman, Alfred Mitchell, Dw*§fh» Ripley. 

Joseph Williams, Norwich, Ralph Stoddard, New- 
Loudon, agents ior the distribution of Bibles. 



112 

New-London County Masonic Bible Society 

G,uvdon Trumbull, esq< President 
Rev. Seth B Paddock, Hon. Elias Perkins, John S* 
Ransom, Thomas T Welles y Lucius Tyler, Guy Big- 
clow, Alexander Stewart, esquires, Vice Presidents. 
William P. Eaton, Treasurer. 
William T. Turner, Secretary. 
Samue H. Fox, Dyer T. 2?raioard, Joshua, .2?arstow r 
Samuel F. Denison, Benjamin Pomeroy, Thomas 
Robinson, Erastus T. Smith, Gilbert A.Smith, Assist. 
Treasurers. - 

Auxiliary Foreign Missionary Society $f 
Hartford County. 

Enoch Perkins, esq* President, 
Rev. Thomas Robbins, Thomas Day, esq. Wm. W, 
Ellsworth, epq. Fliphalet Terry, esq. Joseph Trum- 
bull, esq. V»ce Presidents.. 

Daniel P Hopkins, Secretary. 
James R. Woodbridge, Treasurer. 
Henry Hudson, Auditor, 

Connecticut Sunday School Union. 

Rev. tfathaniei W. Taylor,D.D. N, Haven,PresMlent s 
Vice Presidents. — Timothy Dwight, New Haven, 
Rev. Samuel Merwin, New Haven, Hev. Joel Hawes, 
Hartford, Kev Luther Hart, Plymouth 

. Managers --Rev Messrs. Caleb J Tenney, Aa- 
ron Dutton, Daniel Dow^. Andrew Elliot, Asa King ? 
Cirnelius K. Everest, Ansel Nash, 4mzi Benedict, Na- 
thaniel Hewitt, OrriD Fowler, C. A- Boardnaau, Josh- 
ua Leavitt, David Smith, Berjamin M. HiU, Leonard 
Bacon,— Wm. W. Ellsworth, Lemuel Satifard, Alex- 
ander G Smith, Guy Bigelow, Hawlev O m<tcd, es- 
quires,— Messrs. Edwaid Hooker, Horace Colton, Er- 
ra Ghapptll, Reuben Rice t Charles Sherman, Reuben 
Grauger, Nathan V\ biting, CleaTeiand J. Salter., Ma* 
aon A. Dvrand, Charles B Whittlesey. 
Secretary. Jeremy L. Cross. 
Treasurer* Amos Townsend, jr.. 



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Hartford County Sabbath Schools. 

Rev. Joel H. Linsley, President. 
Vice Presidents. Rev. Messrs. Caleb J. Tenner. 
Shuhael Bartlett, Allen McLean, Samuel Spring, 
Secretary. Elijah P. Barrows 
Treasurer* Alexis S. Baker. 



Sabbath School Union, jor the Coxmtxj of 
New-Haven. 

Rev btepken W. atebbins, Orange, President. 
Vice Presidents. Rev, Messrs. Aaron Dutton,Guil- 

ford. Bezaieel Pinneo, Milford. Zephaniali Swift, 

Derby. Leonard Bacon, New Haren. 
Secretary* Jeremy L. Cross, New Haven, 
Treasurer. Leonard Bradley, New Haven, 



MISSIONARY SOCIETYOF CONNEC- 
TICUT. 

Incorporated October, 1812. 
Hon. Jonathau Brace, Chairman. 
Andrew Kingsbury, esq Treasurer* 
Rev, Horace Hooier Auditor. 
IVusteet.— lion Jonathan Brace, John Caldwell, 
.noch Perkins, Samuel Pitkin, Thomas Hubbard. 
Janiel Wadsworth, esquires, -**Rev. Nathan Perkins» 
). D Calvin Chapin, d. d. Samuel Goodrich, Henry j 
V. Rowland, Noah Porter, Joel Hawes. 

DOMESTIC MISSIONARY SOCIETf . 

0* CONICECTICUr. 
Directors.— Timothy D wight, Timothy SliMman, 
Matthew Marvin, Richard Hubbard, John Hall es- 
quires. Rev. Joel Hawes, Caleb J. Tenney, Samuel 
Merwin, Abel McEwen, Isaac Lewis, jr. Luther Hart, 
Ralph Emerson, Aaron Hovey, VVm. L. Strong, 
Zrphaniah bwift, Timothy P. Gittstt, Thomas Pus 
derson, Samuel Backus. 

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Rev. Leonard Bacon, Secretary. 
Samuel J. Hitchcock, esq. Treasures* 
Henry White esq. Auditor • 

Auxiliary Foreign Mission Society of 
Tolland County. 

Rev. Hubbell Loom is, President, 
Hon. Sylvester Gilbert, ) y . p rBfd dent* 
Rev. William L. Strong, £ Vice presidents, 

Eliaha Stearns, Secretary 

Jonathan Barnes, 'IWauirer. 

Re? Ansel Nash, Auditor. 

Board of the Baptist General Convention 
for Foreign Missions, 

Vice President. Rev. Daniel Sharp. 

Corresponding' Secretary. — Kev. Lucius Bolle3>D© . 

Treasurer, Hou. He man Lincoln. 

Rev. Messrs. Stephen Gano, David Benedict, Ira 
Chase, N. W. Williams, J. D Kuowles, Beia Jacobs, 
Elou Galusha, Charles Train, G. F. Davis, Levi 
Fai welt, esq. 

Connecticut Branch of the American Tract 
Society* 
Rev. Joel Hawes, President. 
flev Joel II. Linsley, Vice President. 
Andrew Kingsbury, Tieasurer. 
Charles Hosmer, Secretary aud General Agent* 
Directors, James R Woodbridge, Eliphalet Terry, 
Daniel P. Hopkins, Albert Day, Harvey P. Peet 

Auxiliary Tract Society of Bridgeport- 
Rev. Henry R. Judah, President. 
Rev. Franklin Y. Val, Secretary. 
Josiah B. Bal<» win, Treasurer. 
Directors. — Gen Enoch Foote, William Peet, esq* 
Samuel Strattop, William De Forest, Joseph Wood,esq, 
-taaae SUeicaan, esq, Wilson Hawley* 



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General Association of Con- 
necticut. 

This body meets annually on the third Tuesday in June. 
Treusurer. — Joel H. Linsley, d.d. 
Jiuditor— Calvin Chapin, d.d. 
The next meeting of the General Association of Cob* 
necticut, will be in the city of New-Haven, at the 
house of the Rev. Leonard Bacon. 

DELEGATES 

To the several ecclesiastical bodies in connexion with 
the General Association , 

To the General Assembly of the Presbyterian 
Church, Philadelphia, third Thursday in M'4\ t IS28. 

Rev. Messrs. Laae Parsons, Stephen Dudd, Zepha- 
niah Swift— Rev. Messrs Sylvester Seidon, Timothy P, 
Gfllet, Leonard Bacon, Substitutes. 

To the General Association of Massachusetts, fourth 
Tuesday in June, 1828* 

Rev. Messrs Wm. Bonney, Horatio Wa do- Rev. 
Messrs. Isaac Lewis* jun. Erastus Ripley, Substitutes. 

To the General Association of New Hampshire, first 
Tuesday in September, 1827. 

Rev. Messrs James Porter, Wm. Andrews— Rev. 
Messrs, Cornelius B Everest, Thomas Punderson, 
Substitutes. 

To the General Convention of Vermont, second 
Tuesday in September, 1827 

Rev Messrs. Charles Prentice, Grove L. Brownell 
—Rev. Messrs. Leonard E. Lathrop, Noah Smith,Sub- 
3titutes. 

To the Evangelical Consociation of Rhode Island. 

Rev. Messrs. Chauncey Booth, Isaac Lewis jnn.— 
Rev, Messrs. Diodate Brock way, Abner ttrunda^e. 
Substitutes. 



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Certifying Committee* 
The following persons were appointed to certify the 
regular standing of preachers travelling from this into 
other States. 

Rev Messrs. Nathan Perkins, d.d. Calvin Chapin, 
D.d Jeremiah Day, d.d Matthew Noyes, Joseph 
Strong, d.d. Isaac Lewis jr. Andrew Elliot, Daniel 
Dow, James Beach, Luther Hart, Aaron Hovey, Na« 
than Williams, d-d. 

Receivers of Money 
For the Treasury of the General Association* 
Rev Messrs. Fairchild, Brace, ffacon, Whit more* 
Bliss, Bonney, Elliot, Edson, Prentice, Mason, Par. 
sons, Booth. 

List of Unsettled Ministers, in connexion -with the 
General Association, and of Licentiates from the 
several Associations. 

UNSETTLED MINISTERS. 
Chester ColtOn, Horace Hooker, John A. Hemsted, 
Ha? tford Flavel S. Gaylord, Hartland* Aratus Kent, 
Nuffield. William Lock wood, Anson Hubbard, Glas- 
tenbury. Stephen rlayes, Abraham Alling,Hamden. 
Samuel Rich, Weal Haven. John Chambers, Philadel- 
phia.^ Jason Allen, Woodbridge. Bliphatei B.Coleman, 
Otisco, N.Y. Jehu Clark, £ astus Scranton. Abishai 
Alden, Montville. John Hyde, Preston. Hexekiah 
Uipiey, d.d. -Green 8 * Farms. Isaac Lewis, d.d Green- 
wich. John Noyes, Weston. Wm. Belden, N York. 
-Sylvester Eaton. Henry Benedict, Norwalk. Wm, L, 
Bartlett, Stanwich. Benaiah Y Morse, Dmbury.— 
Jonathan Bartlett, Redding. Reuben Taylor, War* 
ren* ii« B. Ripley, Marlborough. Chauncey G. Lee v 
Monroe. Griffith H. Griffith, Wales. Eiiphalet Ly- 
man, Woodstock, Ludovicus Weld, Hampton. Asa* 
hel Gay lord, Norfolk. Joshua Williams, Bethlem. 
John Laugdon, do. Levi Smith, Keat. Asahel Net- 



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tleUn, Killingwoi'th. Israe* Day, Killingly, Calvin In- 
gallr, StafFord. Nathan Gillet, Alanson Benedict, 
'Timothy Stone, Cornwall, 



LICENTIATES. 
Wm. W Turner, Horatio N. Brinsmade, Hartford. 
Oz»as $. Eells, Barkhamsted. John Richards, Farm, 
irgton. Joseph J. Foot. East Ilartlafid. Horatio N. 
Hubbael, B. Koberts/* Edward Robinson, Farmington. 
Hennet H. Northrop, Auburn, N.Y. Simeon S. Joce- 
lin, Judson A Root, Stephen D. Ward, New Haven. 
Samuel T Babbitt, Great J J ill Joseph K.Ware, Mass. 
Talcott Bates, Ehzur G. Smith, Durham. George 
Goodyear, Hamden. Chauncey Wilcox, Middietown. 
George A. Woodbridge, Not wich. Elijah Hartshorn, 
Stephen T. Nott, Franklin. Joseph W biting. Mil- 
ford, Joseph P. Tyler, Griswold. Henry Dean,, 
North Stamford, Dennis Piatt, Danbury E. P. Bene- 
dict, Bridgeport. George Carrington, Wood bridge, 
David Mercalf, Lebanon. George Marsh, Charlestown, 
Ms, J. Cat»ia,jr. Marlborough, Ms. George Shep- 
herd, Plainfield. Samuel Bissel, Aurora, O. Moses 
Kaymond,jr. Bethlem. 

Delegates from the General Assembly of the Pres- 
byterian Churchy to the General Association of Con- 
necticut, 

Samuel Blatchford, d.d. John Chester, d. d. Rev, 
Robert G. Armstrong, 

ASSOCIATIONS, 

There are in this £tate, thirteen Associations, viz • 
Hartfoid North, consisting ot nineteen churches- 
Hartford £outh, of thirteen—New Haven West, of 
eighteen— New-Haven East, of sixteen — New London, 
of twenty — Fail field West, of sixteen — Fairfield East, 
of twelve — -Windham, of twenty four — Litchfield 
North of nineteen — Litchfield South, of seventeen— 
Middlesex of fifteen— and Tolland of fifteen. 



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COLLEGES,ACADEMlES,&c< 



TALE COLLEGE, NEW-HAVEN* 

[pounded 1700.] 

corporation. 
Rev. Jeremiah Day, s. t. d. ll. d. 
His Exe. Gideon Tomlinson, Lfc, r>, 
Fits Hon. John S. Peters 
Rev. Araos Bassett, s. T. B. 
Rev. Daniel Smith 
Rev Andrew Blliott 
Rev. CaUin Chapin, s. r t. D 
Rev. David Smith 
Rev. Matthew Noyes 
Rev. Noah Porter 
Rev Daniel Dow 
Hon. John Welch 
Rev, Aaron Dutton 
Hotr Khenefcer Stoddard 
Hon. Nathan Johnson 
Hon. Samuel Church 
Rev. Abel McKwea 
Hon. Noyes Darling ' 
I] on lipoid shy W;. Crawford 

Treasurer* Hon, James H lihouse, ll, », 
Steivurd. Stephen F wining, esq. 
FACULTY. 
Rev. Jeremiah Day, s t. r>. ll. d. President* 
Nathan Smith, m d C.s.M.si- Lond. Professor of the 
Theory and Practice of Phvsic.Su' gery and Obstetrics, 
Benjamin SiUiman, m. d. Professor of Chemistry, 
Pharmacy, Mineralogy a> d Geo' opy. 

James L. KingsJev, a, m. Professor of the Hebrew, 
Greek, and Latin Languages. 

Iili Ives, m. v Professor of Materia Medica, and 
Botany, and Lecturer on the diseases of Children* 



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Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, s* T. d 4 D wight Profes- 
sor of Didactic Theology. 

Jonathan Knight, md. Professor of Anatomy, Phy- 
siology, and Lecturer on Obstetrics. 

Rev. Eleazer T. Fitch, a. m Professor of D vinity. 

Hon. David Daggett, Professor of Law. 

Rev. Chauncey A, Goodrich, A. M. Professor of 
Rhetorick, and Orat<uy. 

Denison Olmsted, a. m. Professor of Mathemat- 
ics and Natural Philosophy. 

Josiah W. Gibbs, A, M. Libratian, and Professor of 
Sacred Literature. 

TUTORS. 

Luther Wright, A B. Aaron N. Skinner, a. m, 
Milton 13adger, A. m- Wm. M. Holland, a b. The*- 
ophilus Smith, a. b. Simeon North, a. b. 
MEDICAL EXAMINERS. 

Thomas Hubbard, m. d< Wm. Buel, m, d. Samuel 
B. Woodward, m. d. 



WASHINGTON COLLEGE, AT 
HARTFORD. 

FACULTY. 

Rt. Rev. Thos C. Browneli, d. d. ll. d. President. 

Rev. George W. Doane, a.m. Professor of Utiles 
Lettres, and Oratory, 

Frederick Hall, a. m. Professor of Chemistry, and 
Mineralogy. 

Rev. Hector Humphreys, a.m. Professor of An, 
©lent Languages. 

Wm. W. Ellsworth, esq. Professor of Law 

George Sumner, m. p. Professor of Botany. 

Norman Pinney, a. M Tutor of Mathematics. 

Pedro Gellaieau, Teacher of the French and Span* 
iih Languages, 

TRUSTEES, 
^lt. Rev. Thomas C. Browneli, Rev. Harry Cros. 
*el), Rev. BirdseyG. Noble^ Rev. Nath'lS. Wheat- 



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cn, Charles Sigourney, esq. Richard Adams, esq. Eb- 
enezer Young, esq. Jonathan Starr, jr. esq Nathan 
Smith, esq. Hon. John T. Peters, Hon. John S. Pe- 
ters, Luther Lqomi3, esq Rev, Daniel Burhans, Rev. 
Samuel Lackey, Wrn. H. lraiay, esq. Samuel Tudor, 
esq. Seth P. Beers, esq. Martin Welles, esq. Hon. 
John Alsop,Rev. Reuben Sherwood, Jonathan Brace 
esq. 3 vacancies. 
Rev. Nathaniel S. Wheaton, Secretary to thte Board. 
Commencement first Wednesday in August. 
Vacations^' Six weeks from commencement — Two 
weeks from Thursday, before the 25th of December, 
and 3 weeks from the Thursday before the 20th of 
April. 

American Literary, Scientific and Military 

Academy, at Middletowti* Ct. 

Alden Partridge, a.m. Principal. 

Scientific Department. 

A. Partridge, Professor of Mathematics, Philosophy, 
and Mihtary Science. 

J. Barrett, m. d. Physician and Professor ©f Chem 
istry, Botany, and Mineralogy. 

. .. Professor of civil Engineering. 

. H. P. Wood worth, Instructer in Mathematics, and 
assist'* Professor in Natural Philosophy. 

E, Dunbar, Instructer in Mathematics, and Naviga- 
tion. 

E.F Johnson, Instruce in practical Mathematics 
and assistant Professor of Philosophy. 

V. B. Horton, Instructer in Mathematics, and Ad- 
jutant. 

- ... , Instructer in Mathematics and Tactics 

T. B. Ransom, Instructer in Mathematics 

J. McKay, Assistant Instructer In Mathematics 

J. N. Palmer, Assistant Instructer in Mathematics 
v LANGUAGES. 

E. B. WiHiston, A. m. Piofesscr of the Greek and 
Latin Languages, and Literature. 



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Rev- B. Glover, a. b. lnstr*ct«r in the Greek and 
Latin Languages, and Prufessnr of Logic. 

P.Ferry, Professor of the Freneh Language. 

Jose A. Pizarro, Professor of (he Spanish Language 
f ^Metaphysics and Belles Lettres. 

Rev. W. Colton, A. m Chaplain and Professor of 
Belles Lettres. 

Rev. B G. Noble, A. M. Professor ot Intellectual 
Philosophy and History. 

Miscellaneous Department. 

T. B. Ransom, instructer of Music 

P. Thomas, itword Master, and instructer of Dan- 
cing. 

C. fj. Perry, instructer in Penmanship. 

Joel JL Tracy, instructer in Book-Keeping. 



American Asylum at Hartford. 

For the Education and Instruction of Deaf and 

Dumb persons* 

Hon. Nathaniel Terry, President. 

Vice Presidents, elected at the Annual Meeting, 

May 12, 1*37. 
Mason F. Cogswell, m.d. David Porter, Josepl. 
Battell, W^rd Wood bridge, Henry Hudson, Thomas 
Day, Samuel TuJor, VVm. Ely. 

Directors chosen at the Annual Meeting May 12,1827,, 
John Kuss, David Watkinson, James Ward Wm. 
Watson, (Charles Seymour, Roswell Bartholomew «Joht 
Butler, Jame3 B. Hosmer, Daniel P Hopkins, Barzill 
Hudson. 

Seth Terry, Secretary - 

James H. Wells, Treasurer. 

Mason F. Cogswell, m. c Physician. 

TNSTRUCTERS. 
Thomas H. Gallaudet a. m. Principal. 



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Laurent Clerc, 

Wm VV. 'larner, A M. 

Harvey P. Peet, a m. 

Horatio N. Brinsmade, A m ^assistants, 

iSlizur T. Washburn 

Wilson Whiton 

Geo. H. Loring 

Steward^ — Harvey P. Peet 
Matron.— Mrs. Peet. 
Vacations. Pour weeks from the last Wednesday 
in April, and four weeks from the last Wednesday ia 
September. 

Episcopal Academy at Cheshire* 

Vacant, Preceptor 
Rev. Asa Cornwall, Professor of Languages. 
Burrage Beach, e9q. Treasurer and S cretary. 
'J r us tees* Will am W. Board man, Birdsey Booth. 
Anniversary. First Wednesday of September. 
Vacations, From the First Wednesday in Septem* 
ber, three weeks— from the 84lb of December, two 
weeks, from the third Wednesday in April, five weeks. 



Plahifield Academy ) Plainjield. 

Johu Witter, am. Preceptor. 
Hiram \. Tracy- Usher- 
Rev. Orrin Fowler, Chairman "of the Board Trusted 
George M'dd*eton, Secretary and Treasurer* 
Anniversary. Last Wednesday in August* 



Bacon Academy , Colchester. 

Charles P. Ohs, a. m. Pnnerpah 
Julius S. Hammond. Assistant. 
Vacations. From the first Wednesday in Septem* 
bet^^ three weeks, from the first Wednesday in Janua- 
ry, two weeks, from the first Wednesday in May, tw;i 
weeks, 
Anniversary. First Wednesday of September, 



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Vacations. From the last Wednesday in Angust^ 
hree weeks, from the first Wednesday in January 
wo weeks, from the first Wednesday in May two 
veeks. 



Fairfield Academy. 

Rev. Chauncey G. Lee, Superintendent 

Trustees. Rev. Messrs. Andrew Elliott, Xath'i 

Hewitt, K. JT, Hooker, Leonard Bacon, D*vid Judson 

~q. lion. Roger M. Sherman, Doctor Wm^B.Nash, 



K 



Lee's Academy (Madison.) 

Incorporated in 1825. 
Samuel Robinson, jr. Instructer. 
, Trustees, -Frederick Lee, Samuel A. Shepard, 
Reynold Webb. * 



Hartford Female Seminary. 
Trustees. — Rev. Joel Hawes, Rev. J. H. Linsley, 
Rev. Samuel Spring,— Daniel Wadsworth. Thos. Day, 
Oliver D. Cooke, David ^atkinson, Selh Terry, Win, 
W. Ellsworth, J . HL. Wells, J L». Hosrner, esquires. 



Phi Beta Kappa. 

Hon. David Daggett, President. 
Denison Olmsted, A., m. Vice President. 
Charles Hooker, m. d. Treasurer. 
Samuel J. Hitcheock,esq. Cor* Secretary. 



Society for the Improvement of Common 
Schools* 

His Honor John S. Peters, President. 
Rev. Thomas Robbins, Seth P. Beers, Esq. Hon* 
David Daggett, Hon. Roger M.Sherman, V .Presidents* 



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S. H. Huntington, esq. Secretary^ 

Gudon Robins, Treasurer. 

Rev Messrs. Th. H- Gallaude , Joel Ha we s, N. S. 

Wheaton, Dr. Thomas Hubbard, John Hall, Jacob B. 

GuHey, Elijah Garfield, Hawley Olrasteftd, Timothy 

Pitkin, Esquires, Professor C A .Goodrich, Managers. 



Episcopal Church Scholarship Society, 

Et. Rev T. C.Brcwntll, e.p.iLL d President, {ex officio. j 
Rev. Harry Croswell, Charles Sigourney, esq. Vice 
Presidents 

James M Goodwin, Treasurer. 
Itev. N. S Wheaion, Corresponding Secretary, 
Samuel H. huutington, Recording Secretary. 
Directors, — Rev. Messrs* Dasiel Burhans, Birdsey 
G. Noble, Frederick Holcomb, George B. Andrews, 
Reuben Sherwood, George W. Doane, Hector Hum- 
phreys, Edward Rmledge,— - Samuei Tudor, Win. W. 
Boardman, Calvin Butler, Amos Scovill, esqaires. 



HALE DONATION, 

For 'promoting Christian Knowledge. 

Instituted at Coventry. in 1804, by Mrs. Sarah Hate? 
deceased. Incoi porated in 18 i 4— has an accumulating 
Fund by one sixth of its annual income, and an exten- 
sive, increasing Theological Library. Present Fund, 
4600 dollars. 

TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Salmon Cone, President, 
Hnn Sylvester Gilbert, Treasurer. 
Rev. Chauncey Ifcoth, Secretary and Librarian 
Nathan Howard, esq. 
El:sha Stearns, esq. 
Rev George A = Calhoun 
Rev. Hubbel Loomis 
Annual meeting of Trustees, 3d Tuesday m October* 



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| RETREAT FOR THE INSANE. 

His ExceVlency Gideon Tomliason, President, 

Vice President. Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell. 

Treasurer. Col. James Ward 

Auditor. Oliver D. Cooke. 

Secretary. Charles She. don. 

Directors. Eli Todd. m. d. Rev. Thomas Robbins, 
3. B. Woodward, m d. M. P. Cogswell, m d. John 
iiuss, esq. George Sumner, m b John Butler, Cypri- 
jin Nichols, Charles Sheldon, Roderick Terry, (Jol. 
|James Ward, Thomas C. Perkins, esq. Asa Francis, 
Tames B. Hosmer, Rev. T. H. Gallaudet, Joseph, 
Trumbull, esq. Daniel P. Hopkins, James Doda' 3 Gai- 
us Lvman, John Olmsted! 

Visitors. Drs. M F. Cogswell, S* B. Woodward, 
'Geo Sumner, J. L. Comstock, Edward P. Terry, 
|S. W. Brown. 

Physician. Eli Todd, m, ». 

Managers, Henry Hudson, John Butler, James 
Ward, esquires. 



Colonization Society of Connecticut. 

His Excellency Gideon Tomlinson, President. 

Hon. John T. Peters, Benjamin Sillimaa, m.d. Vice 
Presidents. 



Rev Leonard Bacon, Secretary. 
Seth Terry, esq. Treasurer 



His Honor John S Peters, Hon, Ebenezer Young, 
Rev. Joel H. Linsley, Rev. Samuel Merwin Rt. Rev. 
IT. C. Brownell, Rev. T. H. G a 'faud«r, Seih P Beers, 
Esq. Hon. John Alsop, Hon. Ralph I. Iugersoll, Jlla?ia. 
gers. 



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MASONIC. 

G. G. R. A. Chapter of the 17. S. A. 

[Convenes triennially.] 

His Excellency M.E. DeWitt Clinton, of Albany, K 
Y., G.G.H.P. 

M.£ J no J5now,of Worthington,Ohio, % D.G.G.H P. 

M.E] John L.VVilson, of Charleston, S.C., G.G.K. 

M.B. and Rev, Paul Dean, of boston, Mass., G. G. 
Scribe. 

M.E Lebbeus Chapman, City of N.York, G G See. 

M.E. Peter Grinnell, of Providence, R I.,G G.Trea. 

M.E. and Rev Jonathan Nye, of Claremont, New 
Hampshire, G.GC. 

M.tt. W illiam Gibbs Hunt, of Nashville, Tennessee, I 
G.G.M. 

WASHINGTON ENCAMPMENT 

$df Knights Templars held at N. London & Colchester. 
Most Em. Andrew Harps, G. Comn ander 
Em. Thomas Hubbard Generalissimo 
Em- Amber st D. Scovelt, Captain General 
Sir Leonard Hendre, Prelate 
Sir Thomas T. Welles, Senior Warden 
Sir Asa Ch'id, Junior Warden 
Sir Asa Bigelow, Treasurer 
SirWm.T. Turner, Recorder 
Sir Samuel H. Fox, Standard Bearer 
Sir Uriel Fuder, Sword dearer 
Sir Lucius Tyler, Warder. 
Sir George Way, Steward 
Sir Cyrus M„ Bratlett, Tyler 



NEW-HAVEN ENCAMPMENT. 

M.E. Liban Smith, Grand Commander 

Era. & Rev. Benjamin M. Hill, Generalissimo 



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Em*.' William H. .Tones, Captain General , 

Sir Timothy P- Beers, Prelate. 

Sir Nahum Flagg;, Senior Warden. 

Sir Justm liedfield, Junior Warden, 

Sh A drew Kidston, T easurer. 

Sir William H. Ellis, Recorder. 

Sir Hny Peek, Standard Bearer. 

Sit Nahum //ay wood, Sword Bearer^ 

Sir C, M -Do- little, W aider. 

feir Darius Higgins, Sentinel. 

GRAND LODGE. 

M. W. Danie* B. Brmsmade, G. M 

\\ James M. Go dwin. 1). G. M. 

W." Amherst D. Seovili, G S- W, 

W. Wm. C. Gay, G. J. W. 

W. Laban Sin ith G. Treasurer* 

W. Wm. H.Jones G. Sec. 

W Chas A.Ingersoll,G. S. D. 

W. Asa Child G. J. D. 

W . k Rev. Benjamin M, H 11, G. Chaplain 

W. Danus Higgins, G. Tyler. 

GRAND CHAPTER. 

M. E.Thomas Hubbaid, G. H. P, 
E. Wm. H. lenes, I) G. H. f\ 
E Andrew Harris, G. K. 
E. J.hn VI ix, G Secretary* 
E. AsaChi'.dG. S 

E. Ing''»ldsl>y W.Crawford, G Marsha^ 
E. Samuel SimoHS, G. Sentinel. 
E. Frederick L«e, G. Treasurer. 
J3« Rev. Cornelius ft. Everest, G. Chaplain* 
E WMiam H Kll.s, > „ , 

E. Pnilip Saunders, \ G - Stewards, 
E, Darius Higgins, G. Tyler, 



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GRAND COUNCIL. 

P. I. Tngoldsby W. Crawford, G. ?. 

. Andrew Marris D C 4 P 
J. sa Child, G.T.J 
1. Samuel Simons, G. P. C. 
1. John Fitch, (?, C. G. 
1. Andrew Kidston, G. Treas. 
1. WiHipm H. Jones, G. Recorder* 
. k Rev, Renj. M. Hill, G. Chaplain. 
I. William H. Ellis, G. S, 
I. Darius Higgins, G. Tyler. 

COUNCILS 

Under the juris diet, on of the Grand Council of Select 
Agisters hi the State of Connecticut. 
No. 1 Wolcott, Hartford 

2 Montgomery Ashford 

3 Franklin, Norwalk 

4 Gushing, New-London* 

5 Watrous, Colchester 

6 Washington, Stamford 

7 Cross, Kent 

S Harmony, New- Haven 
9 Columbia, Middietown 

10 Olive Branch, Canterbury 

11 Adams, Litchfield 

12 Tyrian, Washington 

13 Adoniram, Tolland 

14 Clinton, Granby 

CHAPTERS, 

Under the Jurisdiction of the Royal Arch Chapter, 
are as follows. 
No. 1 fliram, ISewtown 

2 Franklin, New-//aven 

3 Solomon, Derby 

4 Franklin, Norwich 

5 Vanderbrook, Colchester 



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6 Washington, Middletowu 

7 Union New-London 

8 Lyneh, Redding and Westo* 

9 Trinity, Windham 
10 Fidelity, Woodbury 
It Rittenhouse, gfatnford 
12 Warren, Pomfret 

«rl3 Jerusalem, Stratford 

14 Hampton, Kent 

15 Meriden, Canaan 

16 Darius, Litchfield 

17 Pythagoras. Hartford 

18 A d on i ram, Tolland 

19 Jerusalem, Ridgefield 

20 La Fayette, Granby 

2i Benevolence, Stonington 

22 Eureka, Oxford 

23 Mount vlonah, Waterbury 

24 Eureka, Danbury. 

25 Wa6hington t Noi walk. 

Master Lodges in Connecticut 

Ko. t Hiram, New- Haven 19 Washiogton,-Huniingtoa 
2 St. John'sJMrddletoWh 20 Harmony, ''"Berlin 
S %L JohoVlBridgeport 21 Si. Peters,New MMord 

4 St John's, Hartford 22 Hart'*. Wooduridge 

5 Union* Stamford 23 St. James, Preston 

6 m John's, INorwalk 24Uiiel f Mansfield 

7 K. Solomon's, Woodbury 25Columbia, Glastenbury 
^ St. John's S ratford 26 Columbia, East-Haddam 
9 Compass Waltinejford 27itising Star, V\ ashington 

10 woofter, Cclchesier 2b Morn, star, E* Wiuusjr 

11 St. Pau'*, LiUbfiJd 29Viil?ge, Canton 

12 King Hiram „ Derby 30 Day spring, liam<'e» 
1 3 Morigomery, Salisbury 31 Union,, JXew-Loni) a 

14 Frederick, Farmington 32 Mend an Sun, Warren 

15 Monati, Canterbury 33 Friendship, Southmgton 
j6 Temp'e, Cheshire 34Somerjet, Norwich 

17 Federal, W terlown 35 Aurora, Harwintoa 

18 Hiram f JSewiown 36 o, Mark's, Granbj 

9 



13© 

37 Western Star, Norfolk 56 Franklin, Bristol 

38 St. Atban's Guilford 57 Asylum. Stonington 

39 Ark, Weston 58 North er^a Star, Bark* 

40 Union* Dan bury hamsted 

41 Federal, Brookfield 59 Apollo, Sufhelcl 

42 Harmony, Wateibury. 60 Wolcoit, S% ffbrd 

43 Trinity, Kulingworin 61 Olive Branch. Goshen 

44 Eastern Star, Wiudham$2 Orient, East-Hartford 

45 Pythagoras, Lyme 63 Adelpha, N, Haven 

46 Putnam, Pomfret 64 »St. Andrews, VVinsted 

47 Morning Star, Oxford C5 Temple, Saugatuck 

48 St. Luke, Kent 66 Widow's Son, Branferd 

49 Jerusalem, Kidgefield 67 Harmony, New Canaan 

50 Warren, Andover 68 Charity, Groton 

51 Warren, Chatham 69 Fayette, Ellington 

52 Mount Olive, Saybrook 70 Washington, Windsor 

53 Widow's Son N. Ston.71 Salem, Salem 

ington 72 La Fayette, Fairfield 

54 Hamilton, Sharon 73 Manchester,Manchester 

55 Seneca,, Ton ington 74 Blazing Star, Cornwall. 



Connecticut Medical Society, 

Eli Todd, M. D. President, 
•lohn 8. Peters, m b. Vice President. 
Wm. Buel, m- d. Treasurer. 
Samuel B. Woodward, m, d. Secretary, 
Fellows from the several Counties. 
Hartford County. Eli Todd, m. d. Samuel B. 
Woodward, M. d. Geo. Sumner, m. d. Wm. S. Pier- 
son, M. t> Caleb H. Austin, 

New Haven County, Nathan Smith, M. d. Willis 
Woodruff, Timothy P. Beers, m.d Alfred S. Munaon 
>i f d. Israel Jennings. 

New-London County* Nathaniel S. Perkins, Dyer 
T. Braioard m. d. Wm. W t Miner, T. T. Wells, h. J> 
B, t\ Stoddard. 



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Fairfield County Elijah Middlebrook, m. d. John 
Gouldi'ng, Samuel Simons, Win. F. Shelton, Daniel 
Ufibrd. 

Litch/iM County. Jehiel Williams, m. d» Gaylord 
Welles, h, D, Lyman Catlin, m. d. Samuel 11. Child, 
Luther Rich nor. 

ffindham County- Josiah Fuller, m. d. Joseph. 
Palmer, m b. Harvey Campbell, Asa Witter, Wm. 
A. Brewster. 

Middlesex County. Samuel Carter, m. d, Edward 
S« Conner, Dan Platts, m. d. 

Tolland County. Jabez L. White, Abijah Ladd> 
Chauncey Burgess. 

EXAMINING COMMITTEE. 

Elijah Middlebrook, m. d Silas Fuller, M. d. Thorax 
as Miner, m d» 

Clerks of the several C+uniies* , 
S. W. Brown, Hartford County 
Charles Hooker, New-Haven County. 
Benj. F. Stoddard, New London County. 
Elijah Middlebrook, Fairfield. 
Samuel R. Childs, Litchfield County. 
Wm. Hutchinson, Windham County. 
Richard Warner, Middlesex County. 
Chauncey Burgee, Tolland County. 



SURVEYORS IN CONNECTICUT, 

George GUlet, esq. Surveyor General. 
DETUTY SURVEYORS. j| 

County of Hartford* Daniel St. John, of Hartford. 

County of New- Haven, Noyes Darling, of Wood- 
bridge. 

County of JVeiv London, Moses Warren, of Lyme. 

County of Far field. Benj. Hoyt, of Danbary. 

County of Windham. Lemuel Ingal's, of Porafret. 

County of Litchfield. Wm. M. Burrall, of Canaan, 

County of Middlesex* Edwin F. Johnson, of Mid- 
dletown. 



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INCORPORATED CITIES. 



HARTFORD. 

Hon. Nathaniel Terry, Mayor. 
•Aldermen . 
Thomas Day, Cyprian Nichols, 

Jona. W Edwards, John Russ. 

Common Council-men. 
Joseph Pratt, Caleb Pond, Wro, Hayden, Henry 
Kilbourn, Charles Babcoek, Samuel H. Huntington, 
Joseph Morgan, Eli phalet Terrv, Joseph B.Gilbert, 
Henry L. EUsworth, Wm. Ely, "Wm. Hills. 

Sheriffs* Horace Wadswoi th, Benj. Hastings, 
City Clerk. Wm . C on n e r . 
Treasurer. Nathaniel Goodwin. 
Auditor* Elisha Dodd. 
Collector* Benj Hastipgs. 
City Court, held on the 1st Tuesday in each month. 
Annual Meetirg, first Tuesday in June. 



NEW-HAVEN. 

Hon. William Bristol, Mayor. 

Jlldermen. 
Henry W. Edwards | Dennis Kimberly 
William H. Jones j Wm. W. Boardman 

Common Council men, 
Joseph N. Clark, Eli Mix, ^mitn Tattle, Nehemiah 
Bradley, Philip launders, John Bahcock 2d, Samuel 
Wadsworth, Daniel Brown ^d, Newton Wheeler, Au- 
gustas R. S'reei, Asa Budington, Isaac H. Townsend. 
John Gilbert. 

City Clerh . Eisha Munson. 
Treasurer. Andrew Kidston. 
Sheriffs. John Scott, Ebhu Munson. 
ity Cou^t is held on the 1st Tuesday in each month 
Annual Meeting, 1st Tuesday in June. 



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NEW-LONDON. 

Hon. Jeiiemiah G. Brainard, Mayor. 
Jihlermen. 
Wm. P. Cleareland | Coddlngton Billings 
Christopher Griling r Daniel Deshon. 
Common Council-men. 
John Way, Jonathan Starr, jr. Jno. Hallam, Charles 
S, Siockraan, Thomai VVest, John Brandegee. 
Treasurer. John A. Fulton. 
Clerk of City Court, Wm. F» Brainard 
City Clerk. Joseph C. Ststare 
City Agent. Wm- F, Brainard. 
Sheriffs. Jona. Brooks, Thomas S» Badet. 
City Court held on the 1st Monday in each month, 
Annual Meeting, 2d Monday in June, 



NORWICH. 

Hon. Calvin Coddard, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
James Lanraan | George Hill 

Wm. P. Greene { Joseph AYilHams 
Common Council-men. 
Dwight Ripley, John Lathrop, John DeWitt, I. Ward 
Wm. Mines. A. Mecch, David Tracy, Samuel Story, 
Asa Roath, N. Kinney, Jacob Rowe, Brastus Coit. 

John A. Rockwell Clerk, ar,d Clerk of City Court 
Treasurer. F. A. Perkins. 
Sheriffs, Frederic^ trentis, B. L'Hommedieu. 
City Court held on the 2d Monday of each month. 
Annual meeting, first Mouday in June, 






MIDDLETOVVN. 

Hon. Samuel W. Dana, Mayor. 

Jildermen. 

— Thomas Mather | Samuel Cooper 

Henry CarHttgfj&n Richard Hubbard. 

Common Council men. 

Ephraim Bound, James Frasei, Robert Johnson, 3 - 

seph Taylor, Wm.L. btorrs, Samuel D. Hubbard,Hor- 



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tice Clark, Richard Rand, Julius C. Francis, Jacob 
RqbertF, Wra- 1. Trench, Gilbert Burrows. 
City Attorney. George W\ -Stanley. 
John Fiak, City Clerk, Treasurer, and Clerk of 
City Court* «> 

Sheriffs. John Bound, Harvey Treadway. 
Annual Meeting, 3d Monday <n January. 
City Court 2d Tuesday in each month. 



BOROUGHS. 



COLCHESTER. 

John R Watrous, esq. Warden. 
Burgesses. George Way, Samue* H. Fox, Avery 
Morgan, Elias W, Newton, Wm. T. Turner, Daniel 
Kellogg. 

Clerk — El ; as M. Worthing! on. 
Treasurer — Jodbua R. Wheeler. 
Bailiff. — JohnC. liulkeley. 

DANBURY. 

Daniel B. Cooke, esq. Warden. 
Burgesses.— Nathaniel Bishon, Eli T.Hovf Nathan- 
iel ^Vood, John S. Blackman, Najah Wiiciman, Eli- 
jah Gregory. 

Clerk.— Darius Starr. 
treasurer.- Elijah Sanford, 
Bailiff.— -Matthew Curtiss. 

ESSEX- 

Ebenezer Hay den, esq. Warden. 

Burgesses —Samuel M. Hayden, Samuel Ingham, 
Elias tiedfield, Obadiah Spencer, Felix Starkey', Am. 
asa Hayden. 

Clerk and Treasurer. — Samael A3, Uaydetu jun» 

Bailiff'.— Etisha M. Holmes. 



GUILFORD. 

William Todd, esq. Warden. 
Burgesses.— Samuel Robinson, Comfort Starr, Joty* 

B. Chittenrion, Friend Collins, Jedidiah Lathrop, 
Samuel Fowler 

Clerk- Amos Seward. 
Treasurer* Samuel C. Johnson. 
Bailiff. Jonathan Bishop. 

STONINGTON. 

Elisha Faxon, esq. Warden. 
Burgesses. George Hubbard, Samuel F. Penison, 
William V*. Rodman, Alexander G. Smith, Benjamin 
F. Bahcock, Giles R. Hallara. 
Cleric Nathan Smith. 
Treasurer. A drew P, Stanton. 
Bailiff'. David G. Smith. 

WATERRURF. 

Ard Warner, esq, Warden. 
Burgesses Lemuel Harrison, Giles brocket, Sam- 
uel Jooke, Hiram Upson, Ransom Mix, Anson Bron* 
son. 

Clerk. Horace Porter 
Treasurer Daniel Steele, jr. 
Bailiff, Ransom Steele. 

BRIDGEPORT: 

Daniel Burritt, \\ ai den» 
Burgesses. .Joseph Wood, Josiah B-.* Hall, Samuel 

C. KifUand, Philo Hurd, Sflyanu* fieri* g, Chaties 
Foot. Sherwood ; Sterih''s». -'Ick. 



Litchfield Village. 

WiUiara Buel, President. 
Phineas Miner, Treasurer, 
Joseph Adams, C'er-k 
Frederick Deming, Bailiff, 



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BANKS IN CONNECTICUT. 



Hartford Bank. 

Hon. Nathaniel Terry. President* 
Horace Burr, Cashier. 
Directors' Nathaniel Terry, James H, Wells, Jas. 
Ward, Eiiphalet Terry, Nathan Morgan, Harmon 
Hendricks, Joseph Trurnbul', Amos M. Collins, James 
li. Hosmer, James Cowles, Timothy Upwles, -Robert 
Wilkinson,— Henry Seymour on the part of the State. 
tiiiccunt Days Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 
Notes for discount to be lodged before 12 o'clock on 
those days. 

Annual meeting of the Stockholders, 2d Thursday 
in June. 

Capital Stock, 1,260,500 dollars. 

Phoenix Bank* 

^Charles Sigourney, President. 
George Beach, Cashier, 
Directors. Charles Sigourney, Ward Wood bridge, 
Thomas Day, Cyprian Nichols, eiiphalet Averill, Jes- 
se Savage, WmJEty*, Ghaftes Jencks, Samuel Tudor, 
John Russ, — Jerjemy Hoadley, and Solomon Porter, 
»n the part of tne |>tate. 
Discount day3, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 
Notes for discount Jo be lodged before 12 o'clock 
Annual Meeting first Thutaday in ^September* 
Capital 'Stock* gi,219,-OO0. 
Branch Bank MJLitchjield* 

James GouUl, President. 
Henry A. Perkins, Cashier. 
Director*. Benjamin Tallmadge, James Gould, Ja- 
bez W. Huntington, Seth P # Beers, VVm. Buel, Jo- 
seph Battel), David S. Boardman. 
Discount days, Moudays and h THurSdays. 
Notes to be lodged before 12 o'clock. 



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Connecticut Branch of U. S. Bank 

Located at Hartford. 

Enoch Parsons, esq. President. 

Joshua P. Burnliam, Cathie**. 

Directors. Enoch Parsons, Wm- H. Im'ay, Oliver 

D. Cooke, Thomas K* Brace, Henry L. E Uwbrth,Jes« 

se Savage, Albert Day, Obadiah. Hotchkiss. Jacob Se- 

bor, Henry L. Dekoven. 

S, H. Parsons, Attorney to the Bank. 
Days of D ; scounr, Mondays and Thursdays. Hours 
ef basiness, from 9 to 12, and from 2 to 4. 
Annual election, in April. 

New-Haven Bank. 

PiEneas Monson, esq. President. 
Henry R. Pynchon, Cashier. 
Directors. iEneas Monson, Wra, Leffingwelf,Hen» 
ry Den ison, Abraham Bradley, Titus Street, Henry 
Huggins, Isaac Townsend, Erastus Lyman, Roger S. 
Baldwin, — John Nicoll on lhe part of the State. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays, 
hours of business from 10 A.M. to 3 P.M. 
Annual election first Thursday iu July. 
Capital Stock g539,6«0. 

Mechanics' Bank, New-Haven* 

Naihan Smith, Esq. President. 
John Fitch, Cashier. 
Directors. Nathan Smith, James Goodrich, Flihia 
Sanford, Russell H°tchkiss, James Brewster, Charles 
Atwater, Stephen Twining, Joseph N.Clark, Timo- 
thy Bishop. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Houn of business, from 10 A.M. to 3 P.M. 
Annual election 1st Monday it. July. 

Capital Stock, 250,000 dollars.. 






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New-London Bank. 

Elisha Denison, esq. President. 

.Anthony. Thatcher, Cashier. 

Directors Eiisha Denison, Isaac Thompson, J a- l 

coh U. Girlev, Thomas W. Williams, Noyes barber, 

Ezra ^happell, Ralph Isham, Nathaniel S. Perkins, 

!No>es Biliin^s. 

l)i.--c->unt days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Hours of business, f nm 10 to 12 a. in andV2 to 4 p.m. 
Annual meeting of trie Stockholders 1st Tues. July, 
Capitai Stock, 143,^50 dollars. 

Union Bank, New-London. 

William P. Cleavelaiid* esq. President,* 
Hubert HaUa.ni, Cash er. 
Directors. Wiil.'pm P Cleave an.,* i<irge H-i'Jani, 
Jont. *naer John Kabm,K"bert Cuit, Peter Richards 
Jonathan Starrer. Joiin O. Miner) Vi m. P. Cleaveiaiad, 
jr, A chrbald Mercer, Latham \very. Win, Williams, 
jv. ; Richard M#Cu»dy t 

Discount Day?, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
H ■ urs of business, 'from 10 to 12a. m, St 1 to 4 p.m. 
Annual met-iin'g of Stockholders 1st Thurs. in Juae. 
Capital Stock, 10i>,0Q0 dollars. . 



Middletown -Bank. 

Elijah Hubbard, esq. President. 
Thomas Hubbard, Cashier. 
Directors, Nehem :ah Hubbard, EKjih Hubbard , 
Join Ji V atkinson, Samuel D. Hubbard, Henry 
Chauncey, Henry Carrington, Win. L. Storrs, Henry 
L. F)e Koven, Chauncey Deming, Jam$* K. ',h Id, 
Epaphroditus Cnam;.ion,— Thomas Mather on the 
part ef the State. 

Capital Stock, 400,0u0 dollars. 



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Norwich Bank. 

Jabez Hnntitigtm>, esq. Piesidenf. 
Ftancis \. Peking, Cashier. 

Directors. Jxbez Hunt ngtou, John L. BusweM 
Beoj. Coil J. G. W. $ru m'hti! 1 , Josepn Williamtj 
^Nathaniel Shipman Joseph H*intington° George l.» 
Perkins, lames Treat. Dwight il.|ney, Jedjdiah Hunt- 
ington, Predenck Perkins, James P. Mason, 

Joseph vViiliams attorney for the bank. 

Annual election 3d. Monday in June. 

Dividends '\\ January and July, 

Capital stock, gtiOO 000. 

Thames Bank, Norwich. 

William P G ee-<* esq President. 
L>man fr»ew< i , Casruer 
Directors. William P. Greene* Joseph Perkins, 
William C. Gilman, Calvin Goddard,,^. H. HiabbarW, 
Adorn La^abee, Edward Whiting, Henry M. Waste. 
James J>tedman H Chafle*s P Hantmgton. 
Capital Stock, §200,000. Annual Meeting in June, 
Dividends in Match and October. 

Bridgeport Bank. 

[No retain M Oinc_e s,] 

Notes mxt^t 1)'.' pre.-tn' (I o i )-' before Thursday — 

and Discount is made on Fi any, — Hours ot business 

from 9 to 12 A. M and fioni 2 to, 4 P. 'M.— -\nnual 

Meeting qf Stock hV< rs, 1st Wednesday in July. 

Capsial >ocU, ' 100,000 HoVars. 

Fairfield County Rank, Norwalk. 

r -nry tfellen,esq. President. 
F,. M. Morgan, esq. Cashier. 
Directors, Henry Qeldcn, Ciark iij^sell, /ienj. Isaacs, 
Thaddeas Bett?, Wm. H. Jeasup, Jonathan Camp jr. 
Charle3 Hawley, 

Capital stock, $ 133,000] 



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Branch Bank, at Banbury. 

Samuel Tweedy, esq. President. 
Curtiss Clark, Cashier. 
Directors. Samuel Tweedy, Elijah Sanford, Eli]ah 
Gregory. Thomas T. Whittlesey, Samuel Wildmaa, 
Henry Beers, Richard Randall, 

Stonington Bank. I 

William ftandaiKesq. President* 
Francs Amy, Cashier. 
Directors. William Randall, Giles R. Hallam, Wm, 
Williams, Gordon Trumbull, Wn. Lord, Peleg Den- 
ison, John W. Hull, Cyrus Williams, Russel Wheeler, 
Erastus T. Smith, Jesse D. Noyes, Benjamia Pomeroy. 
Capital stock, Jg52,78l 25. ' 
Annual election first Monday in September, 

Windham County Bank. 

Joseph Eaton, esq. President. 
A, \Viii te, jr. Cashier. 
Directors. Joseph Eaton, Vine Robinson, John 
M'Clellan, Andrew T. Judson, Elkanah C. Eaton, Be- 
laP. Spalding, Uufus Adamf, Wm. Putnam, Joseph 
S. Gladding, Harvey Olashfield, Jarr.es Gordon, I. T. 
llulchins, Ebenezer Young. 

Annurl election second Monday in June. 
Capital stock, g88 5 770. 

Bank of the United States, 

(At Philadelphia.) 

Nicholas Biddle, President* 

Wni. Mcllvaine. Cashier. 

Directors. Thomas P. Cope, James C. FisheS , 

Daniel W Cexe, Henry Pratt, Richard W.ltfng, Am-, 

. bn se V\ hite, &i»as E. Weir, Horace Binney, Jtha 

Bohlen, Thomas Cadwalatjler, lienry Toland, Matthew 

L« Bevau, John Hemphill, James R. Prindle of SrCar* 



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flotina, Robert Gilmor ofMaiyland, Alexander Brown 
■Of Maryland, Walter Bowne of X.York, Philip Hone 
|| of N.York, Nathaniel Si!sbee s Daniel Webster, of Mas- 
jf suchusetts. 

Capital stock, thirty five million dollars. 



Middletown Savings Bank. 

Nehemiah Hubbard, esq. Pres dent. 

Augustus Cook, Samuel Sntt.hmayd, Vice Presidents. 

Directors. Neheiniah Hubbard, Augustus Ciok, 

Samuel Southmayd, Richard Rand, Wra. L StOrrSi 

1 Charles Brewer. John L. 3raith. 

liben. G. Southmayd, Secretary and Treasurer. 



Norwich Savings Society. 
Jabez Huntington, rsq. President. 
John h, Buswell, \Vm. C GilmaU, G L. Perkins, 
Joseph Perkins, Vice Presidents. 

Directors. Joseph Lain op, Josph Williams, Chs. 
P. Huntington, Brastus Coit, Lynn Brewer, John 
Breed, Joseph iC. Huntington,, Taomas Robinson, J* 
G. YV\ Trumbull, 

Treasurer. F. A. Perkins. 
Secretary^ Joseph Williams. 
Amount of deposits, 26,000 dollars 



New London Savings Society. 

Ebeuezer Learned, esq. President. 
Isaac Thompson, Ths. V. Williams, V. Presidents. 
Directors. Archibald Mercer, Ezr* ''dtappellt 
Charles S Stockman, Guy Turner, Wm. P.CieaYeland- 
Robert Coit, Treasure.-. 
Wm.P. Cleaveland, jr. Secretarj.J 



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Marine Insurance Companies- 

New London. 

Elisha Derisory esq. President. 
David Coir, esq. Secretary. 

J\cw Haven, 

Gilbert Totten, esq President, 
J. Shipman, e?q. Secretary. 

Ocean^ New haven. 

Hojjer Sherman, esq. President. 

Truman Woodward, esq. Secretary and Treasurer 



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Fire Insurance Companies. 

Hartford. 
Nathaniel Terry, esq. President. 
Walter Mitchell, esq. Secretary. 
Capital stock, 150.000 dollars. 
Annual meeting 1st Thursday in June. 
Mtna — Hartford. 
Thomas K. Brace, esq. President. 
Isaac Perkins, esq. Secretary. 
Capital stock, 200.000 dollars. 
Annual election in June. 

Protection — Hartford. 
Fire awl Marine. 
Wi!li«m W. Ellsworth, esq. President. 
Thomas C. Perkins, esq. Secretary. 
Capital stock. 150,000 dollars. 
Annual election in June. 

Norwich. 
John L Buswell, e9q President, 
Joseph \\ illiams, esq. Secretary. 
Capital stock, 1 00,000 dollars 
.Annual meetmg, 1st Wednesday in January* 



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Norwich Mutual Assurance. 

Ehenezer Huntington, esq. '1 reasurer. 
Joseph Williams, esq* Secretary. 
Anthony Thatcher anil John P. Trott, Agents at 
New London. 

Capital,6,666 dollars. 

'Danbury and "Nor walk Insurance Company 

(Fire and Marine.) 
Capital stock , 100,§00 dollars. 

Office at Norwalk. 
William M. Betts, esq, President. 
Clark Bis.>e!l, esq. Secretary. 

Office at Oanb«ry. 
Samuel Tweedy, esq. President. 
Thomas T. Whittlesey, Secretary. 

Office at Bridgeport. 
Joseph Wood, esq. President. 
Jesse Sterling, es<|. Secretary. 

Windham County m 
Vine Robinson, esq. President. 
Adams VVhite,jr. esq- Secretary. 
Annua! election, last Thursday in May. 

UNION COMPANY, 
For clearing bars in Connecticut River, 
Nathaniel Terry, esq^ President, 
Elisha Colt, esq. Secretary and Treasurer. 
Annual meeting, in May. 

Connecticut River Company* 

Alfred rfmith, esq. President, 

Daniel Buck, Treasurer, 

James M. Goodwin, Secretary. 
Directors. Ward Woodbridge, David Porter, Da, 
siel Buck, Wra- H. Imlay, W m. Ely, Geo. Beach, IV 
K. Brace, H« KilbournJ .David Watkinson,, Henry 
L, Ellsworth, Jeremy Hoadley, Joseph Pratt, Eliphalet 
A verill, Samuel Belcjietv 



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Hartford Steam Boat Company. 

David Porter, Presiden 
P. Morton, Secretary* 
J. B, Hosmer, Treasurer. 
Directors* David Porter, J, B. Hosmer, Elipha 
let Terry, Nathan Morgan, Wm. Ely. 

Steam Boat Oliver Ellsworth, Captain D. Havens, 
leaves Hartford for New York, Mondays and Thurs- 
days at 11 A.M. Leaves New York' for .Hartford* 
Tuesdays and Fridays, at 4 P. M. 

Sieam Boat Macdonough, Wm. Beebe, Master. — 
Leaves New York, Monday* and Thursdays at 4, p. m. 
— Hartford, Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 11 a. m. 
Agents. Chapin & Nor.ham. 

New-Haven Steam Boat Company. 

Laban Smith, President. 

Directors. Laban Mnith, E;ihu Sanferd, Joseph N, 
Clarke, Win. J. Forbes, John Babcoek 2d, Charles 
Atwater, Ca'eh Brintnali. 
Aqent. Joel Root. 

Steam-Boats United States, and Hudson, leave New- 
Haven for New York, every Monday morning at nine 
o'clock, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fri- 
day, and Saturday evenings, at 7 o'clock 

Leave N. York for N* Haven, every Monday morn- 
ing at seven o'clock, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 
Friday, and Saturday mornings, at seven o'clock, Sat- 
urday afternoon, at four o'clock. 

Hartford Bridge Company, 
GrifHa 5 team an, esq. Present* 
Simeon Lyman, Trea^arer. 
Edmund B. Srednaa, Clerk 



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Mechanics'* Socieii; New Haven. 

' ou' I r:»^' esident, 

J\»e! \ w iter- ^ . . i»er. 
Gdes ..j nsn* ) CJ"k, 
Director? ;. Woodward Oliver Bryan 4 

Samuc' Tc >avis, UaviU iiay. 



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Mechanics' Society of Hartford; 

Henry Hudson, President. 
Vice Presidents, Frederick Oaks» Alpheus*Hanks. 
Ohter D. Cooke. 

Elon Gleason, Secretary. 
Roswell Bartholomew, Treasurer. 
Joseph Church, Auditor. 
Prudential Committee. Jeremy Hoadley, FJi Gif- 
man, Nathan Allyw, George Barnard> Daniel Copeland* 
Annual Meeting first Monday in January. 

Farmington Canal Company. 

Hon. James Hillhouse, President. 

YV. W, Board man.. Secretary 
Directors. araes Hilihouse, Burrage Beach, IsaUt 
L^wiente, Abraham tfeaton, George C. Keliogg, 
Titus Street, John O. Pettibone, James Goodrich, 
iVathaniel Bacon, Richard M. Clark, Mathau Pecl£ 
Timothy Pitkin, Elisha Phelps, Gad Cowies, 

New Haven Tontine. 
Samuel L. Hitchcock, President. 
Directors. Samuel L. Hitchcock, ffm, Leffingwell 
Joht. Babcock2d, Nathan Peck, Wm. W. Boardman, 
Francis B Winthrop. William H. Jones. 

Augustus B. Street, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Commissioners for the adjustment of Claims for slaves 
and other property, taken away in violation of 
the first Article of the Treaty of Ghent. 
Langdon Cheeves, of Pennsylvania. 
James Pleasants, of Virginia. 
Henry -e wall, of North Caroling. 
Aaron Ogden, of New Jersey. Clerk. 
Commissioners for ascertaining claims and titles to 
Land, in the Territory of Florida 
Davis Floyd, Geo. Murray, and Craven P. Lucbefft- 
£alarv,2000 dollars per annum, 
10 



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Commissioners for Boundaries under the 6th and 7th- 

articles of the Treaty of Ghent. 

Peter B. Porter, Commissioner, Jos. DelafieW, Aget& 

Salary, 2,500 dollars per annum. 



Governors of the several States. 

Maine, Enoch Lincoln* Ne\f Hampshire, Benjamin 
Pierce. Vermont, Ezra Butler. Massachusetts, Levi 
Lincoln. Rhode Island, James Fenner. Connect"^ 
cut, Gideon Totnlinson. New York, De Witt Clinton.] 
New Jersey, Isaac R. Williamson. Pennsylvania,Johti; 
A. Shultz* Delaware, Charles Polk. Maryland, Jo- 
seph Kent, Virginia, Win, B. Giles, North CarolL 
na, llutchins G. Burton. South Carolina, John Tay-j 
lor. Georgia, G- M. Troetp. Kentucky, John Desha, 
Tennessee, Samuel //ouston. Ohio, Alien Trimble.—* 
Louisiana, Henry Johnson. Mississippi, David Holmes. 
Indiana, James B. Ray, Illinois, Edward Cowles -* 
Alabama. John Murphy. Missouri, John Miller. 

TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENTS. 

Michigan, Lewis Cass, Salary, 2000 dollars. — - 
Arkansas, George lzzard, Salary 2000 dollars. Flori' 
da, Wm. P. Duval, Salary, 2,500 dollars. 



COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS, CONNECTICUT^ 
New London, Richard Law. — New Haven Abrahanj 
Bishop. — Middletown, Alexander Wolcott.— Fair^ 
field, Wj.- Bradley. 

HVFYORSOF CUSTOMS. 

v pw \. ion, Oliver C!iampla>n.--Stoningtori l 
Samuel F. Denison,-— New Have?} YVillam H- Eliis.-# 
Middletov^n, Daniel Burrows.— Hartford, WHIiaan 
Conner. — Saybrook, William Willard. 

Inspector of Light Houses, Richard Law. 
Commander of jievenue Cutter Eagle. Frederick Lee 



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U. STATES CALENDAR. 



JOHN Q. ADAMS, President ofU. Stales. 

Salary, $25,000 per annum. 

JOHN C. QALHOUN, Vice President 

Salary, g5,000 per annum. 

Department of State % Salary 

Henry Clay, Secretary of State, Jg60(K) 

Treasury Department. 

Richard Rush, Penn. Secretary, 3000 

Joseph Anderson, Tenn. 1st Comptroller^ 30CO 

Richard Cutts, Me. 2d Comptroller, 3000 

Richard Harrison, Vt. 1st Auditor, S00O 

William Lee, Mass. 2d Auditor, 3000 

Peter Hagner, 3d Auditor, 3000 

Tobias Watkins, 4th Auditor, ' 3#0O 

Stephen Pleasanton, 5th Auditor, 3000 

Thomas Tudor Tucker, S. C. Treasurer, 3C0O 

Joseph Nourse, Va. Register. 3U0O 
Geo. Graham, Commissioner of Gen. Land Office, 3000 

War Department. 

James Barhour. Va. Secretary, 6000 

Nathan Towson, Paymaster General, 2500 

J\avy Department. 

Samuel L. Southard, N. J, Secretary. C000 

General P si: Ojjice 

John McLean, Ohio, Postmaster 'General, 4000 

Abraham Bradley, Assistant, 2500 

Phincas Braciley, Assistant, 250O 

Patent Office. 

William Thornton, Superintendent* 1500 

Mint, 

Samuel Moore, Director, 2000 

James Rush, Treasurer, J20O 

Adam Eckfeldt, Coiner, 1500 

William Kneas,Engraver, J200 



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1st SESSION TWENTIETH CONGRESS. 
SENATE. 

John C. Calhoun, of S.C. President of the Senate. 



1829 
1831 



1833 
1829 



Maine* Exit 

John Chandler, 1829 

Albion K Parris, 1833 

New- Hampshire 
Samuel Bell 
Levi Woodbury, 

•Massachusetts. 
Daniel Webster, 
Nathaniel Sibbee, 

Rhode Island. 
Nehemiah R. Knight, 1829 
Asher Robbms, 1833 

Connecticut. 
Samuel A. Foot, 
Calvin WHley, 

Vermont, 
Dudley Chase, 
Horatio Seymour, 

New York. 
Martin Van Buren, 
Nathan Sanford. 

New. Jersey* 
Mahlon Dickerson, 
Ephraim Bateraan 

Pennsylvania 
Isaac D. Barnard, 
William Marks, 

Delaware. 
X*ewis McLane, 
Henry M. Ridgely, 

Maryland, 
Samuel Smith 
B. F. Chambers, 
Virginia. 
L. W. TazeweH, 
Tohn Tyler, 



1833 
1831 

1831 
1833 

1833 
1829 

1829 
1827 

1833 
1831 

1833 



1838 

1833 



North Carolina. 

Nathaniel Macon 1831 

John Branch, 1829 

South Carolina* 
Robert Y. Hayne, 1829 

William Harper 1831 

Georgia. 
J.M'Pherson Berrien, 1832 
1829 



Thomas W Cobb, 
Kentucky. 
Richard M. Johnson, 
John Rowan, 

Tennessee. 
-John H Eaton, 
Hugh L. White, 
Ohio. 
Wm. H. Harrison, 
Benjamin Ruggles, 
Louisiana. 
Dominique Bouligny, 1829 
Josiah b. Johnston, 1831 

Indiana. 
William Hendricks 
James Noble, 

Mississippi. 
Thos. H, Williams 
Powhattan Ellis 
Illinois. 
Elias Rent Kane 
1829 Jesse B Thomas 
Mabama. 
William R. King 
Vacant 

Missouri. 
David Barton 1831 

Thomas li. Benton 1833 



1829 
1833 



1829 
1831 

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1829 

1831 

1833 



1831 
1833 

1829 
1835 

1831 
1829 

1829 
1831 



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REPRESENT VTIVES. 

Maine, 7— John Anderson, Jeremiah O'Brien, 
James W. Ripley, Peleg Sprague, Joseph F. Wingate, 
(two vacancies.) 

New Hampshire, 6« Not chosen. 

Massachusetts, 13. Samuel C. Alien, John Bailey, 
B. VV. Crowninshield, John Davis, Edward Everett, 
John Lock, John Reed, Joseph Richardson, John 
Varnura, Isaac C. Bates, Benjamin Gorham, Henry 
W. Dwight, James ,L- Hodges 

Rhode* Island, £.' — Tristram Burges, D.J- Pearce. 
Connecticut, 6 -Ralph I. Ingersoll. Elisha Phelps, 
David Plant, Orange Merwin. John Baldwin, Noyes 
Barber. 

Vermont, 5— D. Azro A. Buck, Rollin C. Mallary, 
George E. Wales, (two vacancies.) 

JSlezv-Yurk. 34 -Silas Wood, John J Wood, C, 
C« Cambreieng, Gulian C. Verplanck, Jeromus John- 
son, A. Ward, Thomas J. Oakley, John Hallock, jr. 
George O. Belden, James Strong, John D. Dickinson, 
Stephen Van Ransselaer, Selah R. H'^bbie, John J. 
Degraff, Samuel Chase, Henry R. £torrs, Martin 
Hoffman, Henry Marshall, John W. Taylor, Henry 
C Marlindale, Richard Keese, Rudolph Bunner, John 
C Clark, John G. Stower, Jonas Earli, jr. Nathaniel 
Garrow, David Woodstock, John Maynard, Dudley 
Mai vin, Daniel D. Barnard, John Magee, David E. 
Evans, Daniel G. Garnsey. 

JSi'eiv Jersey, 6— Lewis Condict, George Holcombj 
Isaac Pierson, Samuel Swan, Hedge Thompson, Eb- 
enezer Tucker. 

Pennsylvania, 26 — Wra. Addaras, Samuel Anderson 
Thomas Barlow, James Buchanan, Richard Coulter, 
Chauucey Forward, Joseph Frey, jr. Innes Green, S. 
D. Ingham, Adam King, George Kremer, Joseph Law- 
rence, Samuel M'Kean, Daniel H. Miller, Charles 
Miner, John Mitchell, Robert Orr, jr. Wm. Ramsay, 
John B. Sterigere, James S. Stephenson, Joel H. Su* 
therland, Andrew Stewart, Espy Van Horn, James 
Wilson, George Wolf, (one vacancy ) 

/)eluxvare, i. Not chosen • 

Maryland. U — John Barney, Clement Derser, Le~ 



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Yin Gale, John L.Kerr, Peter Little, Michael* 
flpriffg, George C Washington, John C. Weeme, Eph. 
K. Wilson. 

Virginia 22— Mark Alexander, Wm. S. Archer, 
Purwell Bassett, Andrew Stevenson, John S. Barbour, 
P, F' Barbour, Wm. M'Coy, John Floyd, Thomas 
Davenport, IV, H. Claiborne, James Trezvant, Tho's 
Newton, YVm. C. Rives, Wm. Armstrong, John Tal- 
iafero, Charles F.Mercer, Isaac Leftler, Alexander 
Smyth, John Roane, Robert Alien, Joseph C„ Lowell 
John Randolph. 

North- Carolina, 13 Willis Alston ,Dan'l L.Barringer, 
John H\ Bryan, John Culpepper,Thoraas ff. //all, Ga- 
in iel //olmes,John Long, Lemuel Sawyer, Augustus //. 
£hepheri;,Daniel Turner,Lewis Williams,(2 notrec'd) 

South Carolina, 9 — John Carter, Warren R. Davis 
Wm. Drayton, James Hamilton, Geo. McDuffie, Wm. 
D. Martin, Thomas R.Mitchell, Wm. T. lNuckolls j 
Starling Tucker. 

Georgia, 7. John Floyd, John Forsyth, Tomlinson 
Fort, Charles E. Haynes, Wilson Lumpkin, Edward 
F. Taloall, Wiley Thompson. 

Kentucky, %2. James Clarke, Robert P. Letcher, 
Thomas Metcalfe/Thomas P. Moore, David Trimble. 
Joseph Lecompte, Chas. A. Wickliffe, ■ ■ Buckner, 
■ ■ . ii Johnson. (3 not received.) 

Tennessee, 9. John Bell, John Blair, — — Lga, 
James C. Mitchell, (5 not received.) 

Ohio i4— Mordecai Bartley,Phiieraon Beecher,Wm. 
Creijhton jr. John Davenport, Jaoie3 Findlay, Wm 
M'Lean, Wm. Mussel!, John Sloan, Joseph Vance,Sam* 
nel T» Vinton, Elijah Whittlesey, John Woods, John 
C. Wright. (one vacancy.) 

Louisiana t 3 — .Wm. L. Brent, Henry II. Gurle& 
Edward Livingston. 

Indiana 3 — Thomas II. Blake, Jonathan Jennings, 
Oliver H. Smith. 

Mississipi, 1 — Wm. Haile. 

Illinois* 1 — Joseph Duncan. 

Alabama, 3. Not chosen.. 

Alimuri) i— Edward Bafefrc 



; JUicli'iifan. Austin E, Wing, ) _ _ . . , 

' Arkansas. Henry W. Conway, ^ e , rnl ° r,iiI 

2V it/ a. Joseph M. White, J '^ D ^gat e». 

jurxcxabit* 

John Marshall, of Va Chief Justice of the U. States. 
Salary, §5000. 
Associate Judge*- — Salary. 554,500. 
Hush rod Washington, Va. Robert Trimble, Ky. 

William Johnson, jr. S. C. Gabriel Duval, Md. 

Smith Thompson, N. Y. Joseph Story Ms. 

Win. Wirt, Md. Attorney General.— Salary, 53,50C. 
William T. Carroll, Clerk. 
DISTRICT* JUDGES. 
Maine, Asher Ware. N. Hampshire* John S. 
Sherburne. Masoachusetts.John Davis. Rhode-Island 
John Pitman, Vermont, Elijah Paine. Connects, Wm, 
Bristol* New York, Alfred Conkling,Samuel R. BettjU 
Connecticut, Hez. Huntington, District Attorney. 
Charles A. Ingersoli, Clerk. 
James Mitchel, Marshal. 
Elihu Olmsted, Hartford —Erastus Osborn, New 
Haven— H.Carrington, Middletown, Deputy Marshal 

INTERCOURSE WITH FOREIGN NATIONS. 
Ministers Plenipotentiary ,& Secretaries of Legation* 

Albert Gallatin, Great Britain. Wm. B. Lawrence, 
Secretary. James Brown, France. Daniel Sheldon, 
Secretary* Henry Middleton, Russia, Charles Pink* 
ney, Secretary. Alexander H« Everett, Spain. John 
A.' Smith, Secretary, Joel 'ft. Poinset, Mexico. John 
Mason, jr. Secretary* Heman Allen, Chile. Samuel 
Lamed, Secretary. 

Charges Bee Affaires, 

Thomas L. L Brent, Portugal. Chi6topher Hughes, 
Netherlands. John J. Appleton, Sweden. Beaufort 
T. Watts, Republic of Colombia. Condy ftaguet,Bra- 
zil. Wm. B. Rochester, Republic of Cen. America. 
John M. Forbes, Republic of Buenos Ayres. James 
Cooley, Republic of Peru. Henry Wheaton, Denmark, 



152 
MINISTERS AND CONSULS 

€»f Foreign Powers, resident in the United States. 
From France. 
Count Julius de Menou, charge des affaires' 

From Great Britain. 
Charles Richard Vaughan, envoy extraordinary and 

minister plenipotentiary. 
Charles Bankhead, Secretary of Legation 
James Stewart, Consul, New-London, Conn„ % 

From Russia. 
Baron Krudener, envoy extraordinary &c. 
Baron F. de Maltitz, charge des affaires. 
Fro?n Spain. Chevalier Tacon, minister plenipo. 
F^otn Portugal C. F S. Constancio, ch'ge des aff F 
From Austria* Baron de Lederer, Consul for N. ¥ 
From ffussia. M. Neiderstetter, charge d'affaires. 
From Sweden. Baron Stackelberg, minister resident. 
From the Netherlands* C. D. E. J. Bargeman 11 uy- 

ger.s, ei»voy ext. &c. 
From Mexico Drm Jose M Zozaya, minister plen. 
From Colombia, Don Jose M Salazar, minister plen. 
From Central America, Arthony J Canas. min.plen> 
From Brazil. Syltestti Rebello, minister plenipo. 

Christopher Gr'ffing, vice consul, New-London. 
From Buenos JLyres. Gen Alvear, minister plenipo. 
From Chile, M. Campino, charge d'affaires* 



AftOTST &XST. 

Jacob Brown, major general 

Edmund K Gaines, brigadier general, maj. gen. bre?> 

W infield Scott, brigadier genera) maj. gen. brev. 

Lieut Col. Roger Jones, aoj. gen. 

Thomas S Jessup, brig. gen. and qr. master gem 

Col John E, Wool. insp. gen. brig. gen. brev. 

Maj* Wm. Linnard, qr. master It. cok brey. 

Col. Samuel B. Archer, insp. gen. 

Maj. Henry Stanton, qr. master. 

Col, Geo. Gibson, com. gen. subsis'ce brig. gen. bre?, 

Calender Irvine, com, gen* purchases. 

Col. Nathan Towson, paymaster general. 

Joseph LoveJJ. surgeon general 



153 

Corps of Engineers. 
Alexander Macomb, Chief engineer, maj gen. brev, 
Gen. Simon Bernard, assistant, Lt. Gol« Gfutiot. 
JVlaj. J. G, Totten, lieut. col. brev. Maj. Samuel 
Babcock, Maj. James Kearnev Lt. Col. Stephen 1J. 
Long, It. col. brevet P. H* Perrault, It. col. brevet. 

ARTILLERY. 

Colonels. James House, Walker K. Armistcad 
James li. Fenwick 

Lieutenant Colonels. George Bomford, col. brevet, 
— William Lindsay, col. by brevet. — Abram Eustis, 
William Macrea,col by brevet. 

Majors, J. B Walbach, lieut. coL by brevet. J. 
Bankhead, It. Col. by brev J. B. Crane, Roger Jones, 
U. col. by brev.— Milo Mason, Henry Whiting, maj. 
by brevei. 

INFANTRY. 

Colonels. T. Chambers, Hugh Brady, brig. gen. by 
brevet. Ninian Pinkney, Duncan L, Clinch, Josiah 
Snelling, Henry Atkinson, brig. gen. by brevet. Mat- 
thew Arbuckle, H Leavenworth. 

Lieutenant Colonels. Abraham R. Wool ley, John 
M'Weal, col by brev. William Lawrence, Willough- 
by Morgan, G. M Brooke, col. by brev^ Z. Taj lor, 
J. B # Many. 

Majors. David E. Twigs, Enos Cutler, Daniel Ba- 
ker, Josiah H. Vose, Alex. Cummings, William Dav- 
enport.— George Birch, major by brevet* 



NAVY. 

Navy Board. 
John Rodgers, President, Salary, 3,500 dollars. 
Thomas Tingey, Lewis Warrington , Commissioners, 

Salary, 3,500 dollars. 
C W. Goldsborough, Secretary, Salary, §2000. 

Captains. 

John Rodgers, J. Barron, W.Bainbridge, T.Tingey, 

C. Stewart, Isaac Hull, Isaac Chauncey, Jacob Jones 

Charles Morris, Arthur Sinclair, Lewis Warringtnn, 

Wra. M.. Crane, James T, Lecnard, James Bidrile, 



h 



1D4 

Charles G. Ridgley, Daniel T. Patterson, Melancthon 
/T. Wolsey, John O. Creighton, John Downes, John 
D. Henley, Jesse D. Elliott, Robert Henley, Stephen 
Cassin, James Renshaw, Thomas Brown, Charles C. 
B. Thompson, A. S. Wadsworth, George W. Rodgers, 
George C. Read, Henry B. Ballard, David Deacon, 
Samuel Woodhouse, Joseph J. Nicholson. * 
Masters Commandant. 
Louis Alexis, William Carter, Wolcott Chaunceyj 
Edmund P. Kennedy, Alexander James Dallas, John 
B. Nicholson, Beekijan V. Hoffman, Jesse Wildnson, 
George Budd, T. Ap Gatesby Jones, John Porter, 
Wm* B. Finch, Wm. B. ShuWick, Benjamin W. 
Booth, Alexander Cbxton, Chailes W. Morgan, 
Lawrence Kearney, Foxhall A. Parker, Edward 11 » 
M'Call, Daniel Turner, David Conner, John Gaihg. 
her, Thomas Holdup Stephens, Wm, II. Hunter, 
John D. Sloat, Matthew Calbraith Perry, Charles W. 
Skinner, Otho Norris, John T. Newton. 

UNITED STATES' MARINE CORPS. 

Archibald Henderson, Lieut. Co'onel Commandant' 
MAJORS.-R. D. Wainright, Samuel Miller, John 

M Gamble, R. Smith, Lieutenant Co!onels by brevet, 
CAPTAINS.—- Wm. Anderson, Major by brevet. 

Samuel E. Watson, Wm. H. Freeman, Joseph L, Kuhn, 

paymaster; Charles R. Broom. 

Vessels of War, of the United States' JYavy. 

LINE OF BATTLE SHIPS. 

Independence, Washington. Franklin, Columbus, 
Ohio, North Carolina, Delaware, -—74 guns* 
Frigates, first Class. 
Constitution, Untied Siaus, GueiTiwe, Jura, Polo* 
mac, Brandy wine— 44 guns. 

Frigates, second Class. 
Congress, Constellation, Macedonian, 36, Fulton* 
Csteara) 30 guns. 

Cor vettes><— John Adams, Cyane— -24 guns. 
Sloops of War. — Hornet, Erie, Ontario. Peacock 
Lexington, Warren , Natchez, Yincennes.— 18 guns. 



155 . 

Other Vessels, 
?park, bri<r, Dolphin, schooner, Grampus, do. 
rpoise, do. Shark do. 12 guns, Fox, do. 3 guns, 
:rt store ship, Decoy, do. 3 guns, Sea Gull, galliot. 



POST-OFFICES AND POST-MAS- 
TERS IN CONNECTICUT. 



;hford, David Bolles* 
Eastford, Dyer 01 ark 
jington, L. Williams 
t rkhamsted, G. H. Clark 

Drayton Jones 
jrlin, Norris Wilcox 
2thel, (Dan.) O. Shepard 
ethlem, S Church 
olton, Saul Alvord 
adleysville, Litchfield, 

Henry Wadsworth 
ran ford," Grin D„ Squire 
Lemuel Cooke 
ridgeporl, Jesse Sterling 
ristol, Geo. Mitchell 
rookfield, Henry Huggles 
rooklyn, Adams White \r 
(•urlington, Geo. Pettibone 
Jozraville, C. Wood worth 
Janaan, Fitch Ferris 

Canaan, W. M Borral 
Canterbury, Jed. Johnson 
Canton, Decias Humphreys 

Isaac Mills 
Chatham— 

tVestC., G. B.Smith, 
Mid. Haddam, J Stewart 
E. Hampton, David Bue'l 
Chelsea Landing, C.Kinney 
Cheshire, Amasa Hitchcock 
Chester, Bani Denison 
Colchester, Ralph Isharu 



Colebrook, Ebenezer Jenks 
Colebrook li.ver, 

F. B. Graham, 
Cornwall, Geo. Wheaton 
Cornwall bridge, W. Lewi3 
Coventry, D. Loomis, jr. 
S Coventry, S Wood worth 
Columbia, S. T. Hosmer* 
Chaplin, Ivary Soule 
Danbury,Zalmon Wild man 
Darien, Abraham Clock 
Derby, Russell Hitchcock 
Darharo, A. Robinson 
a Goshen, D. L. Parmelee 
B. Granbj , Horace Clark 
EC. Haddam* Timo. Green 
B. Hartford, Jos. Goodwin 
G. Windsor, Edgar Bissell 
VVareh'se pt. J. B. Chapman 
fi afield, A R. Parsons, 
Ellsworth (Sharon)T. Camp 
Islington, Timothv Pitkin 
Essex, A. F. Whittemore 
F.ast Haven, S. Thompson 
Fairfield, James Knapp 
M.U'tv. W.A.Sherwood jr 
Saugatue, S. Morehouse 
Farmington, S. Richards 
Franklin, Amasa Hyde 
GJastenbury, Jos. Welles 
S, Glastenbury,G. Merrick 
Goshen, Theroa Towner 



Granby, Hez. Goodrich 
Greenwich, Isaac Weed 
Griswold John Johnson 
Guilfofd, Reuben Elliott 
Groton, Klijah Bailey 
Hxddam Jona. Arnold 
Hampton, Dan Bulkley 
Hartford, Jonathan Law 
Hatlland, P. Humph>eys, 

m Wilder " 
Bar win ton, Asahe Hooke 
Hebron, Abner Hendee 

Andover, L. Hendee 
Huntington, Sam'l P. Mil's 
Humphreysviile-— 

J T. Wheeler 
Jewell's City, J. Johnson 
Kent, Wells Keardsley 
Killingly , J -Adams, J . Field 

do. Centre, G, Danielsos: 
Kihingworth. Jared Carte» 
N.KiliingwoMh,H.Kedfield 
Lebanon* Roger bailey 
Litchfield Chas. Seymour 

Milton, G. P. Welch 

S. Farms, E .». Woodruff 
Lisbon, Thomas Kinsman 
Lyme, Charles Smith, 

River Head, P. Comstock 
Manchester, (Oxford) 
Wells Woodbridge 
Mansfield, Jerem'h Ciark 

do. Centre, Z. Storrs 
Madison, Curtis Wilcox 
AJarlborough, E. H. Buell 
>1eiidcn, Bartlett Lewis 
Middlebury, Eli 'I hompson 
Middletowu, Joshua Stow 
Upper Houses, J. Sage 
Milford, Wm. Strong 
Mystic River, John Hyde 
JVicntville John Chapman 



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Monroe, Samuel Wheeler 

Stepney, J. S. Edwards 
New Fairfield, S. Barnhara 
New Hartford, H. Cowlee * 
New Haven, Wm. H Jones 
New London, E. W 7 ay 
New Milford, Philo Noble 
New Preston, S. Camp 
Newtowu,Czar Keeier 
Norfolk, Joseph Jones 
North ford, A. Tyler 
Northington, A. W heeler 
North Stonington, Thomas 

T. W 7 ells 
Nor walk, Wm, M. Belts 
Norwich, John Hyde 
N. Canaan, Edward Nash 
Oxford, David Can dee 
Pla niield, E C.Eaton 
Plymouth Apollos Warner 
Pnmfret, L. Grosvenor 
Preston. S. M. Downer 
Redding, Joseph Daiiing 

Townhouse, A. Sandford 
Ridgefitld, Wm Keeier 

do. Mitlplain, E.Birchard 
Ridgebury, S. G. Lynes 
Rocky Hill,(Wethersfield). 

William Robbins 
Roxbury, Royal R.Hinman 
Saiem, James Turner 
Salisbury, EdvY. Rockwell 
Saybrook, Humphrey Pratt 

A. T. Wilcox, Bani Denison 
Sharon, Geo. King, jr. 
Sherman, Isaac Sherwood 
Simsburyjeffery O.Phelps 
Somers, Walter R. Kibbe 
Southbury, Geo. Hinman 
S Britain, K. Beardslee 

outhington, C.Whittlesey 
Stafford Springs, B. Mann 



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Stamford, James Steveus 
{Sterling, B. Tuckerraan 
Stonington, G. Trumbull 
Stratford, David Brooks 
Nuffield, Wm. Gay 
Thompson, Simon Davis, 
;||roiJand, Luther Eaton 
Irorringford, N Smith 
Trumball, Blihu Beach 
Long Hill, S. Beardslee 
Torrington, Harvey Palm- 
er, Samuel Bradley 
Union, Nathaniel Newell 
Vernon, Lebbeus P. Tinker 
Voluntown, Minor Robins 
Wallingford, J. Carrington 
Warren, G. P. Talmadge 
Washington, H» Marshall 
Waterbury, F. Leaven- 
worth, A. Beebe 
Watertown, B.DeForest 



Waterfonl, Jas. Bulke'ey 
Weston, Jesse Wakema ' 
Westbrook, \ T. Wilcox 
W.Chester, F < G,Com>tock 
W . Hartford, A. Goodmau 
Wethersfield, J, L. B Idcn 

Wait ftobb ns 
Wilton, £ P. HolcOTib 
Willington, J. V*est'»> 
Winchester,Horace Higley 

Samuel Hurlbut, jr. 
Windham, John Stanifo d 

Guy a Hibbard 
VVintonbury, J. Burnstead 
Windsor, VVm. Howard 
C Phelps, J. Buropstead* 
•Voodbury, L. Sherman 
Woodstock, Geo. Bowen 
W. Woodstock, C. Kibbe 
Zoar Bridge,(Oxford,) Le- 

man Clark. 



COURTS. 

SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 



JUNE 



At Hartford, second 
Litchfield, third 
Dan bury, fourth 
N. Haven, Tues. fol. fourth 

At Norwich, (a) second 
Haddara, (a) third 
Brooklyn, fourth 
Tolland, Tues. fol. fourth 

SUPERIOR COURT. 

At Brooklyn, first 
New Haven, third 
Norwich, fourth 
FEBRUARY At Hartford, second 
Litchfield, third 
Middletown fourth 



Tuesday 
do. 



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JANUARY 



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Tolland, third 
New-Haven, second 
Litchfield, third 
Haddam,lbuith 
SEPTEMBER Hartford, fourth 
Brooklyn, second 
Danbury, fourth 
New-London, first 
Fairfield, last 
Tflland, fourth 

COUNTY COURTS; 



APRIL 
AUGUST 



OCTOBER 
DECEMBER 



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FEBRUARY At Fairfield, second, (a) 
MARCH New. London, first (a) 

- Tolland second 
New Haven, third 
Brooklyn, third 
Hartford fourth 
APRIL Litchfield, first 

Fairfield, third 

Haddam, Tues. after 1st Mo»« d 

New-London 2d Tues^ H 

New Haven, fourth d 

Hartford, second d 

Brooklyn, third d 

Tolland, second cl 

Litchfield, fourth d 

Middletown, third di 

vLUchfield, first d 

Hartford, second d 

Norwich^ third £ 

Dsribury, third d 

New Haven, fourth d 

BiouKSyn, second d 

Litchfield, third d 

UNITED STATES COURTS. 

FEBRUARY District—New Haven, 4th Tuesdaj 

APrtlL Circuit— New Haven, last Weduei 

MAY District- Hartford 4th Tuesdayj 

AUGUST District— New-Haven, 4th do. 

SEPTEMBER Circuit — Hartford, 17th day. 

NOVEMBER District-Hartford, 4th Tuesday^ 



JUNE 

AUGUST 

SEPTEMBER 

OCTOBER 
NOVEMBER 



DECEMBER 



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ACADEMY, Bacon 

Cheshire 

Fairfield 

Lee's 

Middletown 

Plainfield 
Almanack 

Allotment of Judges 
Associations 
Asylum 

Attorneys, see Counties 
BANKS, 

Bridgeport 

Danbury 

Fail field 

Hartford 

Litchfield 

Mechanic's 

MiiUiletown 

New-Haven 

New- London 

Norwich 

Phoenix 

Saving?, Middletown 141 
New London \£l 



Norwich l4l 

Stonington 140 

Thames 139 

Union 138 

United States 140 

U.S.Branch 137 

Windham County 140 

Bap. Hoard For. Mis. 114 

BU.le Society. Conn, lit 

New-Londofi County 1H 

N. L, Cy, Masonic M 

UUhops llO 



INDEX. 

Bishops Fund Trustees t lO 
Boroughs 134-135 

Bridge Com. Hartford 144 
CITIES 

Ha?tf:rd 132 

New. Haven 132 

New London 133 

Norwich 133 

Middletown 133 

rierka & Collectors 70 

Colleges— Yale 118 

Washington 119 

Colonization .^ac'y 125 

Coromis. on assess'ls 73 

Bridges 68 

Conn. River Company 69 

Ferries 68 

Thames Co. 69 

Turnpikes 65 

Union Co 69 

Florida Land Claims 145 

Claims under 

treaty of Ghent 145 

Com. school imp'tsoc. 123 

Connecticut Government 

Kxec. and Legislative 39 



Judicial and Civil 43 

Fairfield County 51 

Hartford County 44 

Litchfield County 56 

Middlesex County 59 

New Haven County 46 

New London County 49 

Tolland County 61 

W'ndhara County 54 

Constitution 23 

Cou.-ts 157 

Dist'cs from Washington 22 






Eclipses * S 

Electors' Meetings 19 

Farming. Canal com'v 145 

Female Semin. Hartt'd 123 

Ferries, Com mis on 68 

General Association 115 

Certifying Conve il6 

Delegates 115 

Receivers of Money 1 16 

Governors of States 146 

Hale Donation 124 

Hartford bridge Co 144 

Insurance Go's Marine 142 

V Fire 142-143 



Licentiates 117 

Litchfield Village 135 

Militia 77 

Masonic 
Chapters 
Councils 
Encampments 
G, G R. A. Chapter 
Grand Chapter 127 

Grand Council 128 

Grand Lodge 127 

Lodges 129 

Mechanics' Socie ty of 



160 

NOTARIES 64 

Phi Beta Kappa 123 

Post Masters in Conn. 155 
Postage Hates 38 

Probate Courts 63 

Retreat for insane: * 125 
Roads 20 

Scholarship Society, 

Episcopal 124 

Selectmen h Treasurers 73 
Sun. School Un. Conn. 112 
Hartford County 113 
N. Haven County 113 
Sianding Com Episcopal 1 10 
State Prison Directors 62 
Steam Boat Companies 



Hartford 
do. N. Haven 
Medical Society 
Examining Cora'te 
Ministers k Churches 
do, unsettled 
do. Licentiates 
Missionary Societies 
Connecticut 
Domes; ie 
Hartford County 
Tolland County 
Newgate Prison Over 
seers 



145 

144 
130 
131 
104 

lie 

117 

113 

113 
112 
114 



144 
144 

131 

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128 Surveyors 

12s tables 

12C Cent 
26 Interest 

Foreign Ceins 
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Tract Soc. Connecticut 114 

do. Bridgeport li4 

Union Co. 143 
United States 9 Calendar. 

Army 152 

Clerk U. S. Court 151 

Collectors &c. U. $. 146 

Diplomatic 151 

Executive kc. 147 

Judiciary 151 

Hiniti'rs h consuls 151 152 

Mint 147 

Navy 153 

Patent Office 147 

Representatives 149 

63lSenators 148 



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CONNECTICUT, 

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UNITED STATES RECORD? 

FOR THE YEAR 

1829. 

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Eclipses for the year 1829. 

March 20th, Moon enlipsed, invisible. 

April 3d, Sun eclipsed, invisible 

Sept. 13th, Moon eclipsed, visible. 

Beginning at h. 40m.. in Morn. 

Op. in the ecliptic, 1 h 45m. ik 

Greatest obscuration, 1 h. 53m. *• 

End, 3 h. 5m. " 

3er>t 27. Sun eclipsed — invisible. 



ELECTORS MEETING. 

First Monday in April 



INDEX. 



Academies, 114 

Allotment of Judge) 38 

American Asylum 118 

Ambassadors 23 

Army 25 
Attornies & Counsellors 52 

B 

Banks 98 

" Savings 104 

Baptist Board 135 



Deputy Sheriff* 56 

Directors State Prison id? 

" Banks 99 

« Insurance Co. 105 

District Court, Con. 22 

District Bilij vote on 66 

E 
Eclipses for 1829 
Efpclors Meeting 



Education Society 135l^| et . t ors of President and 



Bible Societies 134 

Bishops 139 

Bishops Fund 1 

Boroughs 110 

C 
Calenders 5 

Census of Towns 34 

Charitable Societies 137 

Cities 108 

Clerks Superior Court 38 

" County do 39 

" Probate do 40 

Clergymen 139 

Collectors of Customs 22 

» of Taxes 117 

Congress 17 

Consuls 23 

Con. River Company 138 
Commissioners U.S. Navy 25 

" Treaty of Ghent 24 

« Florida Land Titles 24 

•« N. Eastern Boundry 24 

M tr equalize State As- 
sessments 107 

" Turnpike Roads 61 

" Toll Bridges 64 

" Ferries 65 

u Con River Co. 60 

li Union Co 60 

" Farmington Canal 130i Lodges 

«< Deaf and Dumb 87 M 

Executive 60l Marsballs U S 



Vice Presid-nt U S 
Executive U Slates 
;t . Connecticut 
F 
Farmington Canal Co 

G 
Gaolers 
Government U S 

" Connecticut 
Governor of do 
Grand List 

H 
Hale Donation 
House Rep'sen'tives U S 17 
Connecticut 34 
I 
Indian Overseers 
Insurance Companies 

J 
Judges U S Courts 
M Superior do 
a County do 
" Probate do 
Justices Peace 
L 
Legislature U S 
*' Connecticut 



Q6 
17 

33 

130 

56 
17 
33 
31 
125 

138 



107 
105 

2i 
38 
38 
40 
4) 



17 

34 
131 



Marshalls, Deputy 
Militia 



Counsellors and Attornies 52 

Court Sessions 

Coileces 11$ 

1217013 



22 



Index. 



Ministers of Churches 
Ministers, Foreign 
Medical Society 

N 
Navy Commissioners 
Notaries Public 
O 
Overseers of Indians 

P 
Post Offices & Masters 
Postage 

R 
Retreat for Insane 

S 
Sabbath Schools 
Senators U States 
" Connecticut 
3 he riffs 

** Deputies 
Societies, Bible 
if Charitable 
" Church Scholarship 
f Masonic 



139 


" Missionary 


I& 


23 


" Tract 

" Botanic 


18< 


4 


14^ 




Sunday School Union 


136 


25 School Society 


12£ 


61 


" * Education 


135 




Statistics, School 


124 


107 


" Town 
Superintendants Light 


12o 


26 


Houses 


22 


30 


Surveyors Customs 


22 




Surveyor Gen. Conn, 


66 


118 


" Counties 


m 




Shakers 


144 


136 


States, when admitted 


111 


17 


the Union 


97 


83 


T 




59 


Table 5 




56 


Town Officers 


119 


134 


" No of inhabitants 




137 


Votes for, and against 




137 


Districting 


66 


131 


" Presidential Electors 66 



CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

Annual Meeting in May. 
Officers 
Eli Todd, MD. President 
John 8. Peters, MD. Vice President 
William Buell, MD Treasurer 
Samuel B.Woodward, MD. Secretary 



Hartford Linean Botanic Association 
Incorporated, May, 1825— Capital #25,000. 
Directors. 
Nathan Ruggles, John M. Niles, Charles Sigouiney, 
Henry Seymour. 



January — Ist.Mo.- 



-31 days. 



Moon's Phases 
IVew Moon 
First Quarter 
Full Moon 
Last Quarter 



li. 

11 

2 
7 




1 m 
27 m 
26 e 
30 m 



LENGTH OF DAYS. 

1st 91) Om 

8th fl 8 

15th 9 18 

22d 9 30 



m 


vv| 


R©s I 


r0s 


J 


5 


7 30 5 


2 66 


O 


6 


7 29 5 


3 54 


3 


7 


7 29 5 


4 58 


4 


D 


7 28 5 


6 02 


5 


o 


7 28 5 


Qsets 





3 


7 27 5 


6 19 


7 


4 


7 26 5 


7 30 


8 


6 


7 26 5 


8 41 


9 


6 


7 25 6 


9 52 


10 


7 


7 24 5 


11 3 


11 


I) 


7 24 5 


morn 


12 


2 


7 23 5 


9 


13 


3 


7 22 5 


1 14 


14 


4 


7 22 5 


2 18 


15 


5 


7 21 5 


3 20 


16 


6 


7 20 5 


4 17 


17 


7 


7 20 5 


5 13 


IS 


D 


7 19 5 


5 56 


19 


2 


7 18 5 


rises. 


20 


3 


7 17 5 


5 49 


21 


4 


7 16 5 


6 44 


C J2 


5 


7 15 5 


7 40 


23 


6 


7 14 5 


8 37 


24 


• 7 


7 13 5 


9 34 


25 


D 


7 12 5 


10 32 


26 


2 


7 11 5 


11 30 


27 


3 


7 10 5 


morn. 


28 


4 


7 9 5 


29 


29 


5 


7 8 5 


i 30 


30 


6 


7< 7 5 


% • 29 


31 


7 


7 6 5 


% 28 



JANUARY. 

Is/, [ Circ u m cisio n . ] 

5ih, Stephen Decatur, U. S. Na- 
vy, born 1779 — Samuel Hunting 
ton, died 1796, aged 65. 

6th, [Epiphany] 

7th, Tiiomas Clapp, President 
Yale College, died 1767— Thomas 
Chittenden, first Governor df Ver- 
mont, born at Guihord, Conn. 1730 
—Israel Putnam, Maj. Gen. U. S, 
Army, born at Salem, Mass. 1718. 

8tii, Timothy Dwight, died 1817. 

13th, Chad. J. Fox, born 1749. 

16th, Alexander James Dallas, 
died 1817 

17th, Benj. Franklin, L. L. L> 
F. R. S. born at Boston, 1706— 
Charles Brockden Brown, born M 
Philadelphia, 1771— John Ledyr.nl 
a celebrated traveller, of* Groton, 
Conn, died at Cairo, 1789, aged 39 

20th, Isaac Becfcus, T>. D. author 
of New-England Church History, 
born nt Norwich, Conn. 1724- 
Thomas Mifflin, Maj. Gen. U. S. 
Arrnv* died 1800, aged 57. 

21st, Louis XV f. beheaded, 1793 

23d, Benj. Lincoln, Maj. Gen. U 
S. Army, born at Hingham, Mass 
1733— John Sullivan, L. i. D. Maj 



The following Statistics are, so far as it was in the pov- 
«r of the publisher to make them, correct. The popula 
lion is taken from the Census of 1820— tie Militia frow 
the returns in 1821. 



6 February— 2(l^lo.~ 28 days. 



Moon's Phases. 
New Moon 
First Quarter 
Frill Moon 
Last Quarter 



D. 

3 
10 
18 

26 



M. 

42 e 
36 e 

28 e 
30 e 



LENGTH OP DAT* 

1st 9h 52m 

8th 10 8 

15th 10 24 

• 22d 12 6 



m|w| r©s |r0s 
i 

2 

a 

4 



h 

'8 

u 

I 

16 

«7 

i8 

}9 

&0 

^1 

22 

23 

^4 
»>_ 

26 

2g 



4 51 4 25 
3 5 6 21 
2 5 £set? 
15 6 9 



5 



7 23 

8 34 

9 46 
10 57 
morn. 

3 

1 2 

2 1 

2 50 

3 40 

4 20 

5 00 

5 42 
©rise 

6 30 

7 28 

8 26 

9 23 
6 37 6|10 20 
6 36 6 11 18 
6 34 6 morn. 
6 32 6| 40 
6 30 6! 1 30 



6 58 6 
^>7 6 
6*56 6 
6 54 6 
6 53 6 
6 52 6 
6 51 6 
6 50 6 
6 49 6 
6 48 6 
6 47 6 
6 46 6 
6 44 6 
6 43 6 
6 42 6 
6 40 6 
6 39 6 



6 29 el JL 20 



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Gen U. S. Army, died 1795, aged 
54— Wm. PiU, died 1806 

24th, Win. Heath, Maj. Gen. U. 
S. Army, died 1814, ageo\77; 

25th,* St Paul converted. 

27th, Peter the Great died, 1725. 

281 h, Henry VHL died, 1547. 

29th, George IV. crowned king 
of England, 1820. 

30th, Charles I, beheaded. 1649. 

31st, Anthony Bertezef, a distin- 
guished philanthropist, born at 
Philadelphia. 1713. 

FEBRUARY. 

1st, David Porter formerly of 
the U. S Navy, now of the Mexi- 
can Navy, horn at Boston, Mass. 
1780. 

4th, Samuel Davies, D. D. died 
1761. 

11th, De Witt Clinton, Gover- 
nor of N. York, died 1828. 

12th, Cotton' Mather, D. D. F. 
Ft. S. an eminent divine and phi- 
losopher, born 1663. 

13th, Cotton Mather died 1728— 
Col. Ethan Allen, a native of Corn- 
wall, Conn, the dist inguished lead- 



y.Jfadstics of the United States. 
' The sffifw Maine has 8 counties, and contain* 31,960 
^quaic miles '; population, 298,335: militia, 30,990. 
' Nejr-Hampshire has 8 counties, and contains 9,280 square 
* votes : population, 244,161 ; militia, 27,012 

Vermont has 13 counties, and contains 10,205 square 
.miles i nomilation, 235,764 ; militia, 20,781. 



March— 3d Mo.— 31 days. 



Moon's Phases. 
New Moon 
First Quarter 
Full Moon 
Last Quarter 



H. 

7 
4 
9 
2 



M. 

46 ra 

59 m 

] en 

30 m 



LENGTH OF DAYS. 

1st 111) %m 

Sth 1 1 24 

15tu 11 48 

22d 12 6 



in|\v| ii ©s 

if Oi6"23" 



8 
9 
ft) 
II 
s2 
13 
14 
15 
H 
17 
IS 
19 
80 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 

28 
29 
30 
31 



,2 6 27 
316 26 
4 6 24 



3 13 

4 

4 47 

5 34 



6 23 

6 22 
6 20 
6 18 
6 16 
6 14 
6 12 
6 10 
6 9 



3 

46 



2 
i 


5 59 
5 57 
5 56 
5 54 
5 53 
5 52 
5 50 
5 49 
5 48 
5 47 
5 46 



er of the " Green Mountain Boys," 
died 1789 

21st, David Humphrey, aid to 
Gen. Washington and first impor- 
ter of Merino -Sheep into the L\ S. 
died 1818, aged 86. 

22d, George Washington, first 
President of the U. States, born at 
Westmoreland, Virginia, 1732. 

23d, Wm Eaton, Maj. Gen. U. 
S Army, in Algiers, 18t>4, born at 
Woodstock, Conn. 1764, 

24th. Robert Fulton, Civil En- 
gineer, elad inventor of the ap- 
j^jeatidiRf Steam to Boats, died; 

Ki5. 

25th, William Pinckney, a cele- 
brated orator and statesman,, died 
1822. 

MARCH. 

1st, Zabdiel Boyleston, M. D. F. 
R. S. the first who introduced in- 
oculation for Small Pox, in Amer- 
9 22 lca > died 1766. 
10 20 4tn > Noah Phelps, Maj. Gen. in 
\\ 18 the Revolutionary Army, died 1809 
morn .aged69 

op 5th, James Madison, 4th Presi- 

1 9 dent of the U S. born 1750. 
\ 53 8th, First Sunday in Lent. 

2 47 10th, Beni West, a celebrated 

3 36 



• --ts 

7 20 

8 29 

9 38 

10 47 

11 56 
morn. 

47 

1 23 

2 9 

2 54 

3 4 > 

4 17 

4 50 

5 23 

7 28 

8 24 



Massachusetts has 14 counties, and contains 7,800 square 
sniles ; population 523,287 ; militia, 48,140. 

Rhode-Island has 5 counties, and contains 1,363 square 
jtriilcs ; population, 83,059 ; militia, 8,C65. 



A^ril— 4th Mo. — 30 days. 



Moon's Phases. 


D. 


H. 


M. 


LENG1H OP DATS. 


New Moon 


3 


5 


29 e 


1st 12h S2tiT 


First Quarter 


10 


9 


17 e 


8th 12 52 


Full Moon 


19 


1 


32 m 


loth 13 12 


Last Quarter 


26 


10 


9 m 


22d 13 28 



m| 


wj 


R©S | 


ft#S 


l 


4 


5 44 7 


4 9j 


•2 


5 


5 43 7 


4 47 


3 


6 


5 41 7 


©sets 


4 


7 


5 40 7 


7 32 


5 


D 


5 38 7 


8 42 


6 


2 


5 37 7 


9 50 


7 


3 


5 35 7 


10 47 


6 


4 


5 34 7 


11 42 


9 


5 


5 32 7 


morn. 


10 


6 


5 31 7 


29 


il 


7 


5 30 7 


1 8 


12 


I) 


5 28 7 


1 47 


13 


2 


5 27 7 


2 26 


)4 


3 


5 26 7 


3 


16 


4 


5 24 7 


3 32 


16 


5 


5 23 7 


4 3 


a 


6 


5 21 7 


4 33 


18 


7 


5 20 7 


5 2 


19 


D 


5 19 7 


©lis*- 


20 


o 


5 18 7 


8 26 


2\ 


3 


5 17 7 


9 29 


22 


4 


5 16 7 


10 27 


23 


5 


5 H 7 


11 24 


24 


6 


5 13 7 


pr*orn 


25 


7 


5 12 7 


• o 


26 


D 


5 10 7 


1 9 


27 


2 


5 9 7 


1 50 


2S 


3 


5 7 7 


2 30 


29 


4 


3 6 7 


3 9 


31 


6 


5 5 7 


3 86 



painter, of Pennsylvania, died 1820 
aged 82. 

13th, Gustavus IV. of Sweden^ 

; .sed 1809. 

15th, Andrew Jackson, Major 
General U. S. Army, born at Wax- 
saw, S. C. 1767— John Davenport, 
the first Divine that ever preached 
in New-Haven, died 1670. 

16th, Henry Clay, born 1776. 

22d, Stephen Decatur, died 1820, 
from a wound received it) a duel. 

23d, Paul I. Emperor of Russia. 
fiedfcoi 

26U?Jftohn*J ; inthrop, died 1649, 

APRIL. 

1st, Samuel Bard, M. D. L. L. D. 
oi Philadelphia, born 1742: 

2c!, Thomas Jefferson, L. L. I>. 
3d President of the U. S. born in 
Chesterfield Couoty, Va. i745.— 
D.viid Ramsay, a celebrated histo- 
rian,boroal Lancaster, Penn. 1749 

6th, [Electors Meeting in Conn.} 

8:ii, William Williams, of Leb- 
anon, Con/i. a Revolutionary Pat- 
riot, born 1731-David Rittenhonse, 
L. L. D F. R. S. a distinguished 
philosopher and astronomer, born 
at Germ-ant own, Perm. 1732. 



Connecticut has 8 counties, nd contains 4,770 square 
miles j population, 275,248 ; militia. 22,100. 

New-York hus 5& counties, and co i atns 46 I.D0 square 
miles; population, ;.^T2,8'2; militi* 161,553. 

New- Jersey has 13 counties, and contains 6.900 square 
aiilcs y population, 277,575 , militia, 35,210. 



MAY— 5th Mo.— 31 days. 



Moon's Phases, d. h. m. 



LENGTH OF DAYS. 



New Moon 


3 


3 


6 m J 


1st 


13b 


62m 


First Quarter 


10 


2 


46 e 1 


8th 


14 


6 


Pull Moon 


18 


2 


59 e 1 


151 h 


14 


18 


!_ Last Quarter 


25 


3 


30 e | 


22d 


14 


30 



m|w| r©s |r#s 



4 
3 

2 

1 



59 

58 

57 

56 

4 55 

4 54 

53 

53 

52 

51 

50 

49 

48 

47 

46 

46 

45 



4 4 
4 40 
$sets 

8 39 

9 34 

10 30 

11 26 
morn. 

7 

37 

1 9 

1 39 

2 9 

2 39 

3 9 

3 39 

4 9 

8 
9 

id 



44 

43 
42 
41 
40 
39 
38 
37 
4 36 



13 
9 
3 

10 53 

1 1 36 
morn 

16 
53 

1 27 

2 3 

2 38 

3 16 
3 



! 9th, Fisher Ames, a celebrated 
statesman and politician, born 1758 

10th, Horatio Gates, Maj. Gen. 
U. S. Army, died 1806, aged 78- 

14th, Lemuel Hopkins, a cele- 
brated Physician and Poet, died 
1801, aged 50. 

17th, [Good Friday] — Benjamin 
Franklin, died 1790, aged 84. 

19th, Benjamin Rush, died 1813 
— Roger Sherman, a distinguished 
statesman, born 1721. 

20th, David Brainard, an emin- 
ent Missionary to the Indians, was 
born at Haddam, Conn. 1718 — * 
George Clinton, died 1812. 

24tb, John Trumbull, L. L IX 
a distinguished poet, born at VVa- 
Terlown. Conn. 1750. 

27th, Zebulon M Pike, Briga- 
dier Gen. U. S. Army, killed at the 
capture of York, U. Canada, 1813. 

29th, Oliver Ellsworth, Chief 
Justice of the U. S. born at Wind- 
sor, Conn. 1745 — Crown Prince of 
Sweden, died 1810. 

30th, Gen. Washington elected 
First President, 1789 — Jeremiah. 
Wads worth, a revolutionary patri- 
ot, died at Hartford. 1804, aged 61. 

MAY. 

2d, David Wooster Brig. Gen. 



Pennsylvania has 51 counties, and contains 43,960 square 
miles; population, 1,049,4<8; militia, 115,231. 

Delaware has 3 counties and contains 2.068 square 
miles; population, 72,749; militia, 7,451. 

Maryland has 19 counties, and contains 10,829 square 
miles ; population, 407,350 ; militia, 32,189. 



10 



June— 6th Mo t — 30 days. 



Moon's Phases, d. h. 



New Moon 
First Quarter 
Full Moon 
Last Quarter 
IS T evv Moon 



1 
9 

23 

30 



M. 

2 e 
37 m 
29 m 

9 e 
57 e 



LENGTH OF DAYS. 



1st 

8th 

15th 

22d 



14h 
14 
15 
15 



50m 
56 
4 
46 



m|w| R©S |-K#S 



1 
2 

3 
4 
5 
<5 
7 

9 
10 
II 
12 
18 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
j9 
20 
21 
22 
£3 
M4 
26 
26 
27 
28 
29 
3D 



4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 

4 
214 
3 14 



7 24 

8 20 

9 9 

9 54 

10 33 

11 4 

I I 37 
morn. 

8 

38 

1 

1 38 

2 8 

2 38 

3 20 

4 6 
$ ise 

8 44 

9 31 

10 12 
10 50 

II 2i 
morn 

36 
1 12 

1 49 

2 30 

3 20 

4 9 



its the \rmy of ? h<* K«-v i-niou, 
tilled at the attack on Danbury. 
1777. 

5ih, Napoleon Bonaparte, died 
1821, aoed 52. 

6th. [Election, Hartford.] 

7th, Wm. Bainbridge, U. S. Na- 
vy, born at Princeton, N. J. 1774. 

8th, David Ramsay, the histori- 
an, killed bv an assassin, 1812 — 
John S?a-4c, "died 1822. 

9th, Wm Bradford, 2d Governor 
f Plymouth Colony, died 1657. 

11th, Robert Treat Paine, L L. 
D. a distinguished patriot, died 

12th, Ezra Stiles, D. D. died 1795 

14th, Timothy Dwight, D D. 
president of Yale College, born at 
Northampton, Mass. 1753. 

15th. James Monroe, L. L. D. 
5th President of the U. S. born in 
Westmoreland, \\n\ 1759. 

20th, Columbus died 1506, aged 
59. 

21st, Roger Griswold, Governor 
of Conn born at Lyme, 1762. 

22d„Hngh Williamson, died 1819. 
ai>ed 85. 

29th, Patrick Henrv, a distin. 
euisned patriot, born at Hanover 



^^^— _ — 1 

District of Columbia has 2 counties, and contains 100 

square miles ; population, 33,039 ; militia, none. 

Virginia has 102 counties, and contains 4,000 square 

miles ; population, 1,0 5,366 ; militia, 88,915. 

North-Carolina has 61 counties, and contains 43,802 



July— 7th Mo,— 31 days. 



IVIoon's Phases. 
First Quarter 
Full Moon 
Last Quarter 
New Moon 



9 
16 

23 
30 



M. 

43 m 
54 m 

27 m 
49 e 



LENGT 

let 

8th 
151 h 
22d 



ri 

OF DAYS. 

16h Om 

14 52 

14 44 

14 36 



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3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
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9 
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21 
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24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
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30 
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4 30 6 
4 31 8 
4 31 8 

4 32 8 
4 32 8 
4 33 8 
4 33 8 
34 8 

34 8 

35 8 

36 8 

36 8 

37 8 

37 8 

38 8 

38 8 

39 8 

39 8 

40 8 

41 8 

42 8 

43 8 

44 8 

45 8 

46 8 

47 8 

48 8 

48 8 

49 8 

50 8 

51 8 



7 4: 

8 22 

8 5< 

9 34 
10 4 

10 34 

11 3 
11 32 
mon 

3 

1 
1 5' i 

a 37 

4 pise 

•- .'5 

8 4 

9 23 

9 57 

10 33 

11 9 

11 47 
morn. 

27 



1 9 

1 57 

2 49 

3 47 
frsets 
7 34 



Va. 1736 — Israel Futiiam, Major 
Gen. U. S. Army, died at Brooklyn, 
1790, aged 72. 

JUNE. 

6th, Patrick Henry, died 1799. 

12th, John Winthrop, 1st Gover- 
;<ir of Mass. born at Suffolk, Eng. 
1587. 

14th, Benedict Arnold, the trai- 

• >r, died 1801. 

J7th, Samuel Huntington, Gov. 

• I Ohio, a native of Coventry* 
Conn, died 1817, aged 49. 

18th, Joseph Warren, Maj Gen, 
killed at the battle of Bunker Hill, 
1775, 8ged 35. 

19ih, Nathaniel Greene, Major 
Gen. U. S. Army, died 1786, aged 
16. 

21st, Daniel D. Tompkins, Gov. 
of N. Y. and 5th Vice President of 
the (J. S. born at Scandale, N* V. 

1774 Alexander James Dallas, 

Secretary U. S. Treasury, bom in 
Scotland, 1759. 

22d, Richard Henry Lee, Presi- 
dent of Congress, died 1794, aged 
63. 

26th, Thomas Clapp, L. L. D. 
President of Yale College, born 

1703 David Rittenbouse, died 

! 796. 



South-Carolina has 28 countie/r, and contains 80,0.80 
square miles; population, 502,741 ; militia, 23,729. 

Georgia has 53 counties, and contains 58,209 squarp 
miles; population, 340,989; militia, 29,661. 

Alabama has 33 counties, and contains 50,875 square 
Allies : population-, 127,901 ; militia, 11,281. 



3 2 Augu 


si— 


8th Mo 


.— 


31 days. 






Moon's Phases 


. p. 


H. 


M 




LENGTH 


OF 1 


DAYS. 


First Quarter 


7 


5 


24 


e 


1st 


34b 


16ui 


Full Moon 


14 


5 


39 


e 


8th 


14 


4 


Last Quarter 


21 


8 


47 


m 


15th 


13 


46 


JN'ew Moon 


00 


4 


7 


m 


22d 


13 


28 



m|w| r©s 



7 


4 52 8 


8 5( 


D 


4 53 8 


8 34 


2 


4 54 8 


9 2 


3 


4 55 8 


9 30 


1 


4 56 8 


10 


5 


4 57 8 


10 30 


6 


4 58 8 


11 6 


7 


1 59 8 


11 44 


D 


5 7 


morn. 


^ 


5 2 7 


30 


3 


5 3 7 


1 22 


4 


5 4 7 


2 24 


5 


5 5 7 


3 26 


6 


5 6 7 


®ri?. j 


7 


5 7 7 


7 9 


D 


5 8 7 


7 58 


2 


5 9 7 


8 34 


3 


5 10 7 


9 12 


4 


5 12 7 


9 51 


5 


5 13 7 


10 30 


6 


5 14 7 


11 14 


7 


5 16 7 


morn 


D 


5 17 7 


3 


2 


5 19 7 


53 


3 


5 20 7 


1 46 


4 


5 22 7 


2 41 


5 


5 23 7 


3 39 


G 


5 24 7 


4 36 


7 


5 26 7 


*S6tS 


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7 li 


2 


5 28 7 


7 40 



*«s | JULY. 

2d, Roger Sherman, a patriot 
ind statesman of the revolution, 
lied 1793, aged 73. 

3d, Samuel Huntington, one of 
the signers of the Declaration of 
[ndependence, born at Windham. 
Conn. 1732. 

4th, Thomas Jefferson, and John 
Adams, died 1826. — [Independence, 

7th, Thomas Hooker, pastor of 
the 1st church established in Hart- 
ford, died 1047, aged 61. 

10th, Columbus, born 1447. 

11th, John Quincy Adams, born 
1767. 

12th, Alexander Hamilton, 1st 
Secretary of the U. S. Treasury, 
killed in a duel, 1804, aged 47. 

151b, George Clinton, 4th Vice 
President of the*U. S. was born at 
New Windsor, N.Y. 1739. 

17ih, Artemas Ward, 1st Major 
Gen. appointed in the fa. S. Army 
1775. 

22d, Charles Stewart, U. S. Na- 
vy, born at Philadelphia, 1778. 

23d, Roger Sherman, died 1793. 

24th, [Dog Days begin.] 

25th, Henry Knox, L. L. D. Maj. 
Gen. U. S. Army, born 1750. 

30th, Wm.Fenn,died 1718 



Mississippi has 17 counties, and contains 46,375 square 

miles ; population, 75,448 ; militia, 5,292. 

. Louisiana has 3 counties, and 22 parishes, and contain* 

48,000 square miles ; population, 153,407; miiitia, 10,257. 

Tennessee has 52 counties, and contains 44^720 square 



September— 9th Mo — 30 days. 13 



Moon's Phases. 
First Quarter 
Full Moon 
Last Quarter 
New Moon 



d. 

6 
13 
19 

27 



M 

13 m 
40 m 
20 e 
16 e 



LENGTH OF DAYS. 

1st 13b 2m 

8th 12 42 

15th 12 20 

22d 11 66 



in|w| R@s |Pv#s 



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g 



4 
6 

6 

7 

S 

9 
iO 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
i.6 
17 
18 
J9 
2C 
'21 
'22 
23 
24 
*I5 
26 
-27 
28 
29 
30 



29 

30 
32 

34 

36 

37 

5 38 

5 39 

5 41 

5 42 

5 44 

46 

47 

48 

50 

5 52 



6 10 



AUGUST. 

2d, Wm. Williams, died 1811. 

6th, James A. Bayard, a distin- 
guished statesman, died 1815. 

15th, Edward Preble, U. S. Na- 
vy, born in Portland, Maine, 1761. 

17'h, Jonathan Trumbull, tor 15 
years Gov of Conn, died 1785, 
aged 75— John Stark, Brig. Gen. 
U. S. Army, born 1728. 

18th, James Bowdoin, L< L. D. a 
distinguished philosopher & states- 
man, born at Boston, 1727 

23d, Oliver Hazard Perry, U.S. 
Navy, died at Port Spain, 1S20. 

25th, Thomas Chittenden, died 
1797— Edward Preble, died 1S07- 

SEITEMBER. 

4th, [Dog duys end.] 

5th, Gen. La Fayette, born 175*7 
— First General Congress met «t 
Philadelphia, 1773. 

10th, Nicholas Biddle, U. S Na* 

1 42 vy, born at Philadelphia, 1750—- 

2 40 killed in action, March, 7, 1778. 

3 37 14th, Wm. Bradford, Attorney 

4 34 General of the U. S. born at Philav 
fcsets delphia, 1755. 

6 21 17th, Samuel Hopkins, D. D. 

6 53 founder ot the Hopkinsonian creeti 

7 24 born in Waterbury, Conu. 1721. 



8 9 

8 40 

9 12 

9 49 

10 30 

11 19 
morn. 

12 

1 13 

2 18 

3 30 

4 43 
^rise 

7 14 

7 53 

8 34 

9 19 

10 7 

10 57 

11 50 
morn 

43 



Kentucky has 82 counties, and contains 39,015 s*<prare 
miles ; population, 564,317 ; militia, 51,052. 

Ohio has 73 -counties, and contains 88,83$ squa.ro floilfes % 
population, 581,434 ; militia, 83,347. 

Indiana Has 35 counties, and contains o%80O sqparett*fc55 
^u&ftoib 147,178 ; milifia # 14$)& 
3 



14 October— 10th Mo.— 31 days. 



Moon's Phases, d 



First Quarter 
Full Moon 
Last Q >ar!e 
New Moot 



5 
12 
19 
27 



H. M 

7 e 

10 42 m 

9 43 m 

2 57 6 



LK5GTH OF DAVS. 

1st llh 86m 
3th 11 18 
15'h. U) 56 

2-> : |i ^ 



m'w r©s |u#s 



i 

3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 
9 

10 

II 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

IS 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 



516 



12 6 

13 6 

14 6 

16 6 

17 6 

18 6 
6 20 6 
6 21 6 
6 23 6 
6 24 6 
6 26 6 
6 27 

6 28 
6 3( 

32 
6 33 
6 34 
6 36 

3' 
6 39 
6 40 
6 42 
6 43 
6 44 
6 46 6 
6 47 6 
6* 48 
6 49 

50 

51 
6 52 



7 5c 

8 38 

9 22 

10 13 

11 !(' 
morn 

10 

1 18 

2 28 

3 40 

4 50 
©rKe 

6 34 

7 18 

8 4 

8 56 

9 49 

10 46 

11 42 
morn 

39 

1 37 

2 32 

3 30 

4 28 

5 24 
0sets 

6 4 

6 43 

7 26 

8 13 



g- 



26i»,Jede:ii»t> .- . 
Gen. in the Army t»i ;»ie Revolu- 
i.M,, died 1818, aged 75 

26th, Daniel Boone, the first set- 
tler of Kentucky, died 1820 

27th, Samuel Adams, b.rn 1722 
— Wm. Moultrie, Maj. Gen. U. S. 
Army, died, aged 76, 1805. 

28th, Eliphalet Dyer, L. L. D. a 
patriot of the French and Revolu- 
tionary wars, born at Windham, 
1721. 

OCTOBER. 

2d, Major Andre, hung 1780— 
Ephraim Kirby, of Litchfield, a 
distinguished statesman, died at 
Port Stoddard, Miss. 1804. 

3d, Samuel Adams, of Mass. 
die i 1803. 

8th, John Hancock, President of 
Congress, died 1793, aged 56. 

10th, Governeur Morris, a dis- 
tinguished patriot of the Revolu- 
tion. 

14th, Wra. Penn, the founder of 
Perm, born in London, 1644. 

17th, Rober Watt, executed for 
b»gli treason , 17^4 

19th. John Adams, 2d President 
born 1735. 

21st. Lord Nelson, killed 1805. 

22r!. Peyton Randolph, of Vir. 



Illinois has 19 counties, and contains 59,130 square miles : 
Population, 55,211 j militia, 2,031. 

Missouri has 15 counties, and contains 60,3S4 square 
miles ; population, 6,586; militia, 12.030. 

Michigan Territory has 7 counties, and contains 54*000 



~~.._&~ i_:i . 



November— 1 UhMo.-- 30 days. 1 i> 



Moon's Phases. 


D. 


H. 


M 


LENGTH OF DAYS. 


First Quarter 


4 


6 


7 m 


1st 


lOh 14m 


Full Moon 


la 


8 


58 e 


8th 


9 56 


Last Quarter 


18 


4 


2 m 


15th 


9 40 


N*-w Moon 


26 


7 


43 in 


22d 


9 26 



m w 



R©S 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
20 
11 
12 
J3 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 



6 53 
6 54 
6 56 
6 57 

58 
59 




IkAs l lst President of the Continental 
- ' JT -^.Congress, died 1775, aged 52. 



10 7 

11 9 
morn. 

15 



6 52 

6 42 

7 36 

8 2 

9 28 

10 26 

11 24 
morn 

24 

1 20 

2 S6 

3 j: 

4 8 



5 
6 

• 
6 
6 56 

5 7 08 
5 9 



23d, America discovered by Co- 
lumbus, 1492. 

25th, Henry Knox, died, 1806— 
King George 11. died, aged 77, 1760. 

28th, Artemas Ward, died 1800. 

NOVEMBER 

2d, Thomas Pinckney, Maj. Gen. 
U. S. Army, died at Charleston, S. 
C. 1828, aged 79, 

3d, Samuel Davies, President of 
Princeton College, N. J. born 1724 

6th, James Bowdoin, died 1790. 

12th, Robert Treat Paine, the 
Poet, died 1811. 

14th, Col. Heman Swift, of Corn- 
wall, Conn, a patriot of the revolu- 
tionary war, died 1814, aged 82. 

17th, Catharine II Empress of 
Russia, died 1796 

18th, Philip Schuvler, M^j Gen. 
S. Army, died 1804, aged 73. 

26ih, Chief Justice Oliver Ells- 
worth, died 1807— Oliver Wolcott, 
L. L. D. a patriot of the Revolu- 
tion, and Governor of Conn, bom 
*.{ Windsor, 1726 

DECEMBER. 

'1st, Olivier Wnlcoft, then Gover- 
•ot of€ inn died 1799. 



Arkansas Territory has 7 counties, and contains 121,000 
square miles ; population, 14,273 ; militia, none. 

Missouri Territory is estimated to contain 800,000 sqnaro 
miles ; md is inhabited principally by Indians. 

Vnrth-Wesi Territory is estimated to contain 140,000 
square mil s ; and is inhabited principally by Indians. 

Territory «>f Florida contains 57,750 square miles ; pop- 
ulation, 12,000. 



1 6 December— 1 2th Mo,— 8 1 days. 



Moon's Phases. 
First Quarter 
Full Moon 
Last Quarter 
New M<>nn 



H. 


M. 


LKKGTH OF DAYS. 


1 


48 e 


1st 


9h 10a; 


8 


49 m 


8th 


9 2 


1 


14 m 


15th 


8 56 


10 


47 e 


22d 


8 56 



|w 


R©S 


«• 


3 


7 25 5110 2 


4 


7 26 5!ll 4 


5 


7 27 5 


morn. 


6 


7 27 5 


16 


7 


7 28 5 


1 26 


D 


7 28 5 


2 36 


2 


7 29 5 


3 46 


3 


7 29 5 


4 56 


4 


7 30 5 


6 6 


5 


7 30 5 


*<i«e 


6 


7 30 5 


6 6 


7 


7 31 5 


7 4 


D 


7 3 6 


8 2 


2 


7 315 


9 


3 


7 32 5 


9 58 


4 


r 32 5 


1<> 56 


5 


7 32 5 


11 54 


6 


7 -.2 5 


morn 


7 


7 32 5 


50 


D 


7 32 5 


1 47 


2 


7 32 5 


2 44 


3 


7 32 5 


3 41 


4 


7 32 5 


4 38 


5 


7 32 5 


5 X4 


6 


7 32 5 


• ' 


7 


7 32 5 


> > 


D 


7 31 5 


6 37 


g 


7 31 5 


7 42 


8 


31 5 


8 4; 


4 


7 30 5 


9 52 


-" 


7 30 5 


io 57 



3d, Bonaparte crowned Empe- 
ror, 1805 

5th, Hugh Williamson, M. D. L, 
L D. an eminent physician and 
historian, born at West Notting- 
ham, Penn. 1735. 

8th, Henry Laurens, president of 
Congress, died 1792, aged 68. 

9th, Robert Treat Paine, a did* 
'i'»guished poet, born at Taunton ; 
Mass 1773. 

12, Oliver Wolcott, a revolution- 
ary patriot, and Gov. of Connecti- 
cut, died at Litchfield, 1791, aged 
71. 

14th, George Washington, died 
1799, aged 68. 

15th, Ezra Stiles, D D. presi- 
dent of Yale College, born at North 
Haven, Connecticut, 1727 — Antho- 
ny Wayne, Maj Gen. U. S. Army, 
died 1796, aged 51. 

16' h, Bonaparte divorced, 1809. 

22d, Samuel Hopkins. D. D. 
died 1803— J,>ol Barlow, h L. D. 
distinguished as a poet, politician, 
statesman and philosopher, a na- 
tive of Reading, Conn, died in Po- 
ind, 1812. 

24»L, Benjamin Rush, M D. a 
etebrated Phvsictan, was born in 
Philadelphia, 1745 



25th, [< hristmas.]— Nathan Strong, D D. of Hartford, 
a celebrated divine, died 181", aged 8. 

2 th, Azel ackus, D. D. of Bethlem, a distinguished di* 
vine, died 1816. 

31st, Richard Montgomery, Maj. Gen U. S. Army, kil- 

}rrl of flic ofto/»lr nr\ Onplir>r» 1 "77^ ;%voi\ JlQ- 



Executive — U. S. Congress. 17 

Government ot the United States. 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 
JOHN QUINCY ADAMS, President^ 

Salary, #25,0ti(> per annum. 

JOHN C. CALHOUN, Vice-President, 

Salary, #5,000. 
HENRY CLAY, Secretary of Slate, salary #6000. 
RICHARD RUSK, Secretary of tfce Treasury, #6,000. 
PETER B PORTER, Secretary of War, #6,000. 
SAMUEL L. SOUTHARD, Sec'y of the Navy, #6,000 
John M'Lean, Post Master General, salary #6,000. 
Abraham Bradley, Assistant do. \ q - nn 
Phinehas Bradley, do do. J ***?**; 
Toseph Andeioon, 1st Comptroller of the Treas. #3,50fr 
Richard Cutts,2d Comptroller, #3,000— Richard Ham- 
on, 1st Auditor, #3,000— Wm Le^, 2d Auditor, #3,000 
—Peter Hagner, 3d Auditor. #3,000— Tobias Walking 
1th Auditor, #3,000 — Stephen Pleasantou, 5th Auditor, 
?3,000— William Clark, Treasurer, #3,000— Joseph 
Vourse, Register, #3,000 — Samuel H Smith, Commiss- 
ioner of the Revenue, #3,000 — George Graham, Com- 
missioner of General Land Office, #3,000 — Thomas P. 
ones, Superimendant of Patent Office, #1,500 — Sam'l. 
4oore, Director of the Mint #2,000. 

LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. . 

TWENTIETH CONGRESS — SECOND SESSION. 

SENATE 

Nathaniel Macon, President, Pro. Tern. 

Waiter Lowrie, Sec'y —salary #3,000. 

Tame— John Chandler one vacnncy. 

lew Hampshire Samuel Bell, Levi Woodbury 

Yassachuse.tts— Nathaniel Silsbee, Daniel Webster. 

yiode Island — Asher Bobbins, Nehemiah R. Knight. 
wnecticuf— ^Calvin Willey, Samuel A. Foot 
armont Dudley Chase, Horatio Seymour. 
ew York — Martin Van Buren, Nathan Sanford. 
ew Jersey — Mahlon Dickerson, Ephraim Bateman, 
tnnsylvania— William Marks. Isoac D. Barnard. 



18 United States' Congress. 

Delaware — Louis M'Lane, Henry M. Ridgely. 
Maryland — Samuel Smith, E. F. Chambers. 
Virginia. — Littleton W. Tazewell, John Tyler. 
North Carolina — John Branch, Nathaniel Macon, 
South Carolina — Robert Y. Hayne, Wm Smith. 
Georgia — J. M'Pherson Berrian, Oliver H. Prince, 
Kentucky — Richard M. Johnson, John Rowan. 
Tennessee — John H. Eaton, Hugh L. White. 
Ohio — Benjamin Ruggles, one vacancy. 
Louisiana — Dominique Bouligny / Josiah S. Johnson 
Indiana — William Hendricks, James Noble. 
Mississippi — Thomas H. Williams, Powhatan Ellis. 
Illinois — Elias K Kane, Jesse B. Thomas. 
Alabama*— William R. King, John M'Kinley. 
Msssouri — David Barton, Thomas H Benton. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

MAINE — 7. 

John Anderson, Samuel Butman, Rufus IVHntyre r 
Jeremiah O'Brien, James W Ripley, Peleg Sprague, 
Joseph F. Wingate. 

NFVV HAMPSHIRE — 6. 

Ichabod Bartlett, Titus Broun, David Barker, jr. Jo- 
seph Healy, Jonathan Harvey, Thomas Whipple, jr. 

MASSACHUSETTS — 13 

Samuel C. Allen, Isaac C Bales, John Bailey, B. W. 
Crowninshield, John Da\ is, Edward Everett, Benjamin 
Gorham, James L. Hodges, John Locke, Joseph Rich- 
ardson, John Reed, John Varnum, Henry W. Dwighl. 

RHODE ISLAND — 2. 

Tristam Burges, Dutec- J Pearce. 

CONNECTICUT — 6. 

John Baldwin, Noye* Bnr'.er, Ralph L Ingersoll, Or- 
ange Merwin, Elisha Phelps, David Plant 

VERMONT — 5 

D. A. A. Buck, Jonathan Hunt, Rollin CVMallory. 
Benjamin Swift, George & Wales. 
NEW YORK —34. 

Daniel D. Barnard, George O. Belden, Rudolph Bun- 
ner, C C. Cambreleng, Samuel Chase, John C. Clark, 
John J. DeGraff, John D. Dickinson, Jonas Earl, jr. 
Daniel G. Gamsey, Nathaniel Gwrrow, John Hallock, jr. 
Martin Hoffman. Selah R Hohnifi. Jpromus Johnson. 



United States^ Congress. 19 

Dudley Marvin, John Magee, John Maynard, S. Van 
Rensselaer, Henry R. Slum, James Strong, John G. 
Stower, John W. Taylor, Phineas L Tracy, G. C. Ver- 
plank, Aaron Ward, Silas Wood, John J. Wood, David 
Woodcock, Silas Wright, jr. Taber 

NEW JERSEY— 6. 

Lewis Condict, Isaac Pl&rson, Sarn'l Swan. Ebenezer 
Tucker, Thomas Slnnicksnii, James F. Randolph. 

PENNSYLVANIA — 26. 

William Adams, Samuel Anderson, James Buchanan, 
Thomas Barlow, Richard Coulter, Joseph Fiey, jr. Innes 
Green, Samuel D. Ingharn, George Kremer, Adam King, 
Joseph Lawrence, Daniel H. Miller, Charles Miner, 
Samuel McKean, John Mitchell; Robert Orr.jr Wjlliam 
Ramsay, Andrew Stewart, James S. Stephenson, John 
Sargeant, John B. Slerigere, Joel B. Sutherland, 
Chauncey Forward, Epsy Van Home, James Wilson, 
George Wolf. 

DELAWARE — 1. 

Kensey Johns, jr. 

MARYLAND— 9. 

John Barney, Clement Dorsey, John L. Kerr, Peter 
Little, Levin Gale, Michael C. Sprigg, George C. Wash- 
ington, Ephraim K. Wilson, John C. Weems. 

VIRGINIA — 22. 

Mark Alexander, William S. Archer, William Arm- 
strong, John S. Barbour, Burwell Basset., Philip P. Bar- 
bour, Thomas Davenport, N. H. Claiborne, John Floyd, 
Isaac Leffler. Charles F. Mercer, William M'Coy, Lewis 
Maxwell, Thomas Newton, John Randolph, John 
Roane, William C. Rives, Robert Allen, Andrew Ste- 
venson, Alexander Smyth* John Taliaferro, James 
Trezvant. 

NORTH CAROLINA — 13. 

Willis Alston, Daniel L. Barringer, John H. Bryan, 
Samuel P. Carson, John Cutpepper, Henry W. Conner, 
Gabriel Holmes, Thomas Hall, John Long, Lemuel 
Sawyer, Augustus H. Shepard, Daniel Turner, Lewis 
Williams. 

SOUTH CAROLINA — 9. 

John Carter, Warren R. Davis, James Hamilton, jr\ 
George McDuffte, Thomas R. Mitchell, William D.Mar- 
3 



20 United States' Congress. 

tin, William T. Nichols, Sterling Tucker, William 
Drayton. 

GEORGIA — 7. 

John Floyd, Tomlinson Fort, George R. Gilmer, C. 
E. Haynes, Wilson Lumpkin, Wiley»Thompson, Rich- 
ard M- Wilde. 

KENTUCKY-^-12. 

Richard A- Buckner, Chillon, James 

Claik, Henry Danrels, Robert M'Hatton, Joseph Le- 
*;ompte, Robert P. Letcher, Thomas P. Moore, Chitten- 
den Lyon, Charles A Wickliffe, Joel Yaney, one va- 
cancy. 

TENNESSEE — 9. 

John Blair, John Bell, David Crockett, Robert Desha, 
Jacob C Isaacs, Pryor Lea, John H. Marable, James 
G. Mitchell, James K- Polk. 

OHIO — 14. 

Mordecai Hartley- Philemon Beecher, W r ra. Creigh- 
ton, jr. John Davenport, James Findlay, Wm M'Lean ? 
William Russell, John Sloane, William Stanbury, 
Samuel T. Vinton, Joseph Vance, Elisha Whittlesey, 
;/ohn C. Wright, John Woods. 

LOUISIANA — 3. 

William L. Brent, Henry H. Gurley, Edward Living 
"iton. 

INDIANA — 3. 

Thomas H. Blake, Jonathan Jennings, Oliver Xi 
Smith. 

MISSISSIPPI — I. 

• • Hinds. 

ILLINOIS — 1. 

Joseph buncan. 

ALABAMA — 3. 

tfabriel Moore, George W. Owen, Joiin $l(#Ce/> 

MISSOURI — 1. 

Edward Bates. 

DELEGATES. 

Henry W. Conway, — Arkansas Xe"rrftoi> 
Joseph M. White,— Florida. 
♦ •jstin E. Wlog,— Michigan. 



Judiciary uepartjaoenr. 21 



JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. 

SUPREME COURT. 

(Held at Washington, on the 2d Monday in Jan. annually.] 
JOHN MARSHALL, Chief Justice, salary #5,000. 
BUSHROD WASHINGTON, WILLIAM JOHNSON, 
GABRIEL DUVAL, JOS. STORY, SMITH 1HOMP 
SON, Associate Justices, sal- 
ary 55,000 each. 
"William Wirt, Attorney General, salary #3,500.* 

Richard Peters, jr. reporter of decisions, salary ^lCOQ. 
William T. Carroll, Clerk. 
Tench Ringgold, Marshal. 



DISTRICT JUDGES. 

Maine — Asher Ware 
New Hampshire — John S Sherburne 
Massachusetts — John Davis 
Rhode Island — John Pitman 
Connecticut — William Bristol 
Vermont — Elijah Payne 

New York ) < S ' DisL ) Sami,eI R Belts 
e xork — \ (N. Dist.) Alfred Conkling 
New Jersey — William Rossell 

Pennsylvania- \ ft SS^/JB °f *%}&?»* 

J l (W. Dist.) Wjiliam Wilkins 

Delaware — Willard Halt 
Maryland— Elias Glenn 

Virginia- \ £"?.*#*"•* "<* ,*, ,, 

& \ \W. Dist.) Alexander Caldwelf 

North Carolina — Henry Potter 
South Carolina— Thomas &ee 
Borgia — Jeremiah Cuyler 
Kentucky— Johr Boyle 
Tennessee— John M'Pfairy 
Ohio— William Crerghtonr, Jr. 
Louisiana 



22 Collectors, Surveyors, &c. 

Indiana— E. W. Peck 

Mississippi — Peter Randolph 

Illinois— Nathaniel Pope 

Alabama — William Crawford 

Missouri— James H Peck 

Territory of Arkansas — Benjamin Johnson, T. P. Esk 

ridge, William Trimble 
Territory of Michigan — S. Sibley, John Hunt, James D. 

Doty. 
Territory of East Florida — Joseph L. Smith 

" Middle Florida— Thomas Randall • 
" West Florida— H M. Brackenridge 
" Columbia— William Crancb, CM, Judge. 
B. Thurston, Associate do. 
J. S. Morsel, ao. do. 



DISTRICT COURT OF CONNECTICUT. 

William Bristol, Judge. 
Hezekiah Huntington, Attorney. 
Charles A. Ingersoll, Clerk. 
James Mitchell, Marshal. 
Deputy Manhals — Elibu Olmsted, Hartford — Emtus 
Oshorn, New Haven — Henry Carrington, Middle town. 



COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS IN CONNECTICUT. 

Richard Law, New London — Abraham Bishop, New- 
Haven — Henry Wolcott, Middletown — Walter Brad- 
ley, Fairfield. 

SURVEYORS. 

Oliver Champlin, New London — Samuel F. Denison, 
Stonington— W. B. Ellis, New Hfven — William Conner, 
Hartford— Daniel Burrows, Middletown — William Wif- 
iard, Saybrook. 

Richard Law, SUperinlendant of LigTd HottVts. 



Ministers and Consuls 23 

MINISTERS AND CONSULS. 

ENGLAND. 

James Barbour, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister 
Plenipotentiary — Wm. B. Lawrence, Secretary of Le- 
gation — London. 

• FRANCE 

James Brown, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister 
Plenipotentiary— John Adam* %mith, Secretary of Le- 
gation — Paris. 

RUSSIA 

Henry Middleton, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister 
Plenipotentiary— Beaufort T. Watts, Secretary of Le- 
gation—St. Petersburg. 

SPAIN. 

Alexander H. Everett. Envoy Extraordinary and 
Minister Plenipotentiary — Charles S. Walsh, Secretary 
of Legation — Madrid. 

PORTUGAL. 

Thomas L. L. Brent, Charge D'Affaires — Lisbon. 

NETHERLANDS. 

Christopher Hughes, Charge D'Affaires — Brussels and 
the Hague. 

SWEDEN. 

John J. Appleton, Charge D'Affaires — Stockholm. 

UNITED MEXICAN STATES. 

Joel R Poinsett, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister 
Plenipotentiary — John Mason, jr. Secretary of Lega- 
tion — Mexico. 

REPUBLIC OF COLOMBIA. 

Wm. H Harrison, Envoy Extraordinary and Minis- 
ter Plenipotentiary — Edward T. Taylor, Secretary of 
Legation — Bogota. 

BRAZIL. 

Wm. Tudor, Charge D'Affaires — Rio de Janeiro. 

REPUBLIC OF CENTRAL AMERICA. 

Wm. B. Rochester, appointed Charge D'Affaires— 
Guatemala. 

REPUBLIC OF BUENOS AYRES. 

John M. Forbes, Charge D Affaires— Buenos Ayres. 

CHILE 

' Samuel Larned, Charge D'Affaires — St. Jago de Chile 

REPUBLIC OF PERU. 

- Wm. Radcliff, Charge D'Affaires — Lima, 



24 Commissioners, &c. 

DENMARK. 

Henry Wheaton, Charge D' Affaires— Copenha&eit 

PRUSSIA. 

John G. Boker, Consul— Elberfield. 

SAXONY. 

C. F. Goehring, Consul— Leipzig, 

HANSEATIC TOWNS. 

John Cuthbert, Consul— Hamburg. 

ITALIAN STATES. 

Thomas Appleton, Consul— Leghorn. 

BARBARY POWEBS. 

Wm. Sbaler, Consul General— Algiers. 

CAPE DE VERD ISLANDS. 

Wm. G. Merrill, Consul. 

Commissioners on North Eastern Boundary of the 
Uuited States. 

Albert Gallatin, 
William Pitt Preble. 

Commissioners on the First Aiticle of the Treaty of 
Ghent. 

Langdon Cheeves, of Pennsylvania — James Pleas- 
ants, of Virginia — Henry Seawell, of North Carolina- 
Aaron Ogden, of New-Jersey, Clerk. 

Commissioners on the Sixth and Seventh Articles of 
the Treaty of Ghent. 

Peter B. Porter, of New-York— Joseph Delafield, of 
do. Agtnl. — Salary, #2,600, per annum. 



Commissioners for deciding Claims and Titles to Land 
in the '.territories of Florida. 



War Department. 28 

GENERAL OFFICERS IN THE V. STATES' ARMY. 



Karnes. 



General Staff. 

Alexander Macomb 

Edmund P. Gaines 

Wiufield P. Scott 

Thomas S Jessup 

/lager Jones 

John E. Wool 

George Crogban 

William Linnard 

Henry Staunton 

Subsistence Department 

George Gibson 

Purchasing Department 

Callender Irvine 
Pay Department. 

Nathan Fowson 

Medical Department. 
Joseph Lovell 

Corps of Engineers. 
Charles Gratiot 
Joseph G. Totten 
Samuel Babcock 
Topograph. Engineers 
John Anderson 
Isaac Robe:deau 
John J Abert 
James Kearney 
Stephen H. Long 
V. H Perault 
Wm Tell Paussin 
John Le Conte 
Hartman Bache 
Wm. G. M'Neill 
Simon Bernard 



Rank. 



Major General 
B Gen. M. G. brt. 
B. Gen. M G. brt 
B. Gen Q. M. Gen. 
Adj Gen. and Col 
Ins Gen. and Col. 
[us. Gen. and f'ul. 
Qr M. and Maj. 
do. do. 

Com. Gen. and Co! 

Cora. Gen. of Pur. 

Pay Master Gen. 

Surgeon General 

Colonel 
Lt. Col. 
do do 



Wh. born 



To. En Lt Col. brt 
do do 
do do 

do Maj. brevet 
do do 
do do 
Ass't. En. Capt. brt. 
do do 

do do 

do do 

Assistant Engineer 



Mich. Ter, 

Virginia 

Virginia 

Virginia 

Virginia 

New York 

Virginia 

Penn. 

Vermont 

Penn. 

Penn. 

Maryland 

Massachus 

Missouri 

Conn. 

Massachu?- 

Conn. 

Penn. 

Maryland 

Ireland 

N Hamp. 

France 

France 

Georgia 

Penn. 

N. Caroline 

France 



BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE NAVY OF THF 
UNITED STATES. 
John Rodgers, President, salary $3,500. 

. salary #3,500. 

Lewis Warrington, salary #3,500. 

C. W. Goldsborough, Secretary, salary #2,000. 



2G Post-Oifices in Connecticut. 

Post Offices and Postmasters in Connecticut \ 
with the Sums received for Postage in each, 
during the year ending March 31s£, 1827. 

\bington, Elijah Greggs, . #57 98 

\ndover, Abner Hendee, 45 05 

\shford, Dyer Clark, 96 44 

Barkbamsted, D. Jones 80 

Berlin, Norris Wircox, 236 97 

Bethel. Dan. O Sheparci, . 66 89 

Bethlehem, S Church, 71 13 

Bolton, Saul Alvord, 33 52 

Bozrabville, C. Woodruff, 52 19 

Bradleysville, Henry Wadswortb, 15 05 

Branford, O D. Squire 51 34 

Bridgeport, Jesse Sterling, 645 74 

Bristol, George Mitchell, 143 01 

Brookfield, R B. Ruggles, 143 01 

Brooklyn, Adams White, jr. , 206 23 

Burlington, George Pettebone 77 98 

Canaan, Fitch Ferris, 78 13 

Canterbury, Jed Johnson, 144 02 

Canton, Isaac Mills, ' 79 86 

Chaplin, W G6o.de!) 16 96 

Cheshire, Amasa Hitchcock. 165 51 

Chester, Beni Denison, 67 15 

Colchester, Ralph Isham, 252 89 

Colebrook, G. H. Bass 57 03 

Colehroofc River, F. B. Graham, 43 52 

Columbia, S. T. Hosraer, 49 99 

Cornwall, Geo. Wheaton, 66 88 

Cornwall Bridge, Jedediah Gaboon 26 80 

Coventry, Daniel Loo mis, jr. 52 44 

Chatham, John Stewart, 

Oanburv, Zalmon Wildman. 329 64 

Oarien.'Rufus Bell, 43 84 
Deep River, Joseph H. Mather 

Derby, Russel Hitchcock, 148 55 

Durham, 7 ames Robinson, 177 06 

Caslford, David Bolles, 12 99 

E. Goshen, Theron Beach 66 61 

R Granby, Horace Clark, « #34 81 

E. Haddam. Timothy Green, 179 81 

K. Hnmntnn. no returns. 16 12 



Post Offices in Connecticut, 27 



K. Haven, S. Thompson 


27 ?6 


10. Windsor, Aaron Bissell, 


103 38 


Islington, Charles Sexton, 


52 9& 


Ellsworth, (Sharon) T. Camp, 


25 81 


Enfield, H. Thompson, 


95 29 


Essex, Alvin F. Whitmore> 


143 26 


Fairfield, James Knapp, 


312 88 


Farmington, S. Richards, 


277 75 


Franklin, Amasa Hyde, 


37 67 


Furnace Village, J. H. Hubbard ? 


55 10 


Gales' Ferry, JV. B. Brown 




Gaylord's Bridge, 


7 41 


Gilead, Peyton R. Gilbert 




Glastenbury, J. Welles 


110 60 


Goshen, Theron Towner 


161 %% 


Granny, Hezekiah Goodrich 


64 gg 


Greenwich, Isaac Weed 


101 M 


Groton, Elijah Bailey 


9S 24 


Griswold, D. B. Tucker 





Guilford, Reuben Elliot 


116 84 


Haddam, Jonathan Arnold 


92 71 


Hadlyrae, Elijah Comstock 




Hamden, no return. 




Hampton, Dan Bulkley 


69 Si; 


Hartford, Jonathan Law 


3,927 38 


Hartland, H. J. Humphrey 


37 20 


Harwinton, Asahel Hookei' 


122 87 


Hebron, A. Hendee 


113 li 


Higannm, George W. Smith 




Hitcneocksville, Jesse Ives 


61 45 


Huinphreysville, J. T. Wheeler 


77 32 


Huntington, S. P. Mills 


48 8a 


Jeivett City, J. Johnson 


144 41 


Kent, W. Beardslee 


88 73 


Killingly, Joseph Adams 


46 &S 


Killingly Centre, J Field 


36 5l< 


Killingwortn, E. Wilcox 
Lebanon, Roger Bailey 


76 74 


113 49 


Usbon, 


37 6B 


Litchfield, Chas. Seymour 


706 30 


Little River, 


2 4S 


Lyme, W. Wait 


162 73 


Madison, C« Wilcox 


67 76 


Manchester, Wells Woodbridge 


104 34 


Mansfield, Jeremiah Clark 


63 63 



28 Post Offices in Connecticut. 

Mansfield Centre, Z. Storrs 
Marlborough, E. H. Buell 
Meriden, Patrick Lewis 
Middlebury, Eli Thompson 
Middle Haddam, J. Stewart 
Middletown, Joshua 3tow , 

Middletovvn Upper Houses. J. Sage 
Milford, William Strong 
Mill Plain 

Mill River, J. Sherwood, jr. 
Milton, G. P.Welch 
Monroe, S. Wheeler 
Montville, James Turner 
Moosup, Plainfield, J. S. Gladding 

Mystic Bridge, B. F. Palmer 

Mystic River, Enoch Burrows SS 02 

New-Britain, Lorenzo P. Lee 

New Canaan, Edward Kash 173 00 

New Fairfield, S. Barnham — 

New Hartford, H Cowles 

New Haven, W H. Jones 

New London, E Way 

New Milford, Philo Noble 

New Preston, J. C. Hatch 

New Salem, 

Newtown, Czar Keeler 

Norfolk, Joseph Jones 

North Canton, B. Weed, jr. 

Northford, Augustus Tyler 

Northington, A. Wheeler 

North Killingworlb, Horace Redfield 

North-Lyme, Ezra Pratt 

North Somers, Amariah Kibbe, jr. 

^Vorth Stonington, Russell Wheeler 

Norwalk,W. M Belts 

Norwich, John Hyde 

Norwich City, Charles Kinney 

JVorwich Falls, N.B.Adams 

Oxford, David Candee 

Plainfield, Elkauah C. Eaton 

Plymouth, Apollos Warner 

Pomfret, Lemuel Grosvenor 

4»omfret Landing, B Childs — — 

Poquonock, Cicero Phelps 26 64 

fortersville, Jedtdiah Randall 



116 73 


4,731 12 


1,362 99 


174 3S 


49 37 


46 51 


125 97 


144 87 


4 12 


42 02 


40 28 


53 8(5 


405 78 


216 M 


1,018 52 


47 59 


140 54 


150 17 


137 89 



Post Offices in Connecticut. 2i> 

Preston, H. Brown 63 u 

Redding, B. Comstock 30 84 

.Redding Town House 59 §0 

Ridgebury, S. C. Lynes J I 43 

Ridgefield, Wm. Keeler j03 61 

Hirer Head, Peter Comstock 40 73 

Rocky Hill, Wm. Robing J06 68 

Roibury, R. R. Hinman 34 §5 

Salem, J. Whittlesey, 

Salem, N. H. A. Sanford, - 

Salem Bridge, Augustus Betbe 71 03 

Salisbury, A. C. Peet. 164 9$ 

Saugatuck, Stephen Morehouse 207 67 

Saybrook, Humphrey Pratt 174 13 

Scotland Society, D. Tracy 43 05 

Sharon, Geo. King, jr. 241.89 

Sherman, Lewis Starr 39 01 

Simsbury, Jeffery O. Phelps 75 59 

Somers, Lorain P. Waldo 45 92 

Southbury, George Hinman 74 79 

South Canaan, Wm. P. Bnrrall 65 99 

South Coventry, S. Woodworth, jr. 43 28 

South Farms, K. J. Woodruff 55 40 

South Glastenbury, George Merrick 10 03 

Southington, C. Whittlesey 537 74 

Ssuth KilHngly, « Danielson .24 43 

Stafford Springs, Benning Mann $02 83 

Stepney, John S. Kdwards 10 71 

Sterling, Benjamin Tuckerman 4# 15 

Stonington, G. Trumbull 248 4$ 

Stratford, David Brooks 296 62 

Suffield, Wm. Gay 31106 

Tariffville, M. A.Holcomb 31 29 

Thompson, Simon Davis 121 78 

Holland, Luther Baton 76 72 

Torringford, Nat. Smith 80 62 

Torrington, Harvey Palmer 74 00 

Trumbull, Eliha Beach 11 15 

Uncasville, H. A. Richards — — 

I Union, Nathaniel Newell 23 43 

Vernon, Lebbeus P. Tinker 44 85 

Voluntown, Miner Robins 9 61 

"WaUingford. J. Carrington 73 26 

Warehouse Point, John B, Chapman 212 96 
5 



30 Post Offices in Connecticut. 

Warren, G. P. Talmadge 48 13 

"Washington, Chas. A. judson 50 49 

Waterbnry, F, Leavenworth 230 73 

Waterford, James Bulkley 25 18 

Watertown, Benjamin DeForest • 108 18 

West Brook, A. T. Wilcox 35 01 

West Chester, F. G Coaistock 7 36 

West Hartford, A. Goodman » 26 37 

West Hartland, Eli Wilder 2 96 
Weston, Jesse Wakeman , 38 67 

West Woodstock, C. Kibbe 42 61 

Wetbersfield, J, L. Belden 216 64 

Wellington, Jonathan Weston 52 27 

Willimantic, Guy Hebard 52 77 

Wilton, A. R. Betts 58 20 

Winchester, Elisba A. Morgan 215 10 

Winchester Centre, S. Hurlbut, it 23 64 

Windham, John Staaiford 174 56 

Windsor, W. Howard 122 08 

Wintonbury, J. Bumsted 31 92 

Wolcott, A. Whiting 5 03 

\VolcoUville, Samuel Bradley 46 81 

Woodbury, Wm. Perry 171 25 

Woodstock, Geo. Bowen 93 £4 

Zoar Bridge (Oxford), L. Clark — — 



RATES 0» POSTAGE, 

Established by Acts of Congress, passed 3d March, 1825 
For a single letter, composed of one piece of paper, 

for any distance not exceeding 30 miles, 6 cts 

Over 30, aud not exceeding 80 10 

Over 80, and not exceeding 150 - - 12 1-2 

Over 150, and not exceeding 400 - 18 3-4 I 

Over 400 ----- 25 

Double Letters, double those rates. Triple Letter?, 
triple those rates. Letters composed of four pieces ot 
paper, quadruple those rates ; packets composed of one 
or more articles weighing one onnce avordupois, are 
«nbject to the same, and in that proportion for all great 
er weight. 



Revenue of Post Offices. 31 

A Statement of the nett amount of postages 
accruing from the Post Offices in each State and 
Territory of the United States, for one year, end- 
ing March 31st, 1827. 

New York $229,794 72 

Maine 26,143 01 

New Hampshire 13,250 51 

Vermont 13,554 93 

Massachusetts 98,930 44 

Rhode Island 13,397 22 

Connecticut 30,160 13 

New Jersey 16,227 41 

Pennsylvania 127,821 51 

Delaware , , , ;. 4,834 10 

Maryland • 59,335 3S 

Virgiriia 71,536 76 

North Carolina 27,571 81 

South Carolina 46,402 00 

Georgia 42,524 24 

Ohio* 5 32,309 15 

Kentucky ' ' * 5 > 572 ^ 

Tennessee 1 I ,9 ?9 Z® 

Alabama 20,164 98 

MUw«rippi ... "'«* H 

Louisiana v^ -"jg .{« 

Indiana °> b7 ° <* 6 

Illinois ' 3 > 856 55 

Missouri ~ JgJM 

Michigan Territory A** « 

Arkansas Territory 1.046 49 

Florida Territory <«- by8 67 

District of Columbia ' 10, 586 55 

Grand Total, £88,676 10 



STATE REGISTER. 



Governors elected under the first civil compact of ^Conned- 
icut. 



1639 
1640 
1641 
1642 
1643 
1644 
1645 
1646 
1647 
1648 
1649 



John Haynes 
Edward Hopkins 
John Haynes 
George Wyllys 
John Haynes 
Edward Hopkins 
John Haynes 
Edward Hopkins 
John Haynes 
Edward Hopkins 
John Haynes 



1650 Edward Hopkins 
165 J John Haynes 
3652 Edward Hopkins 

1653 John Haynes 

1654 Edward Hopkins 

1655 Thomas Weiies 
1*56 John Webster 

1657 John Winthrop 

1658 Thomas Welles 

1659 John Winthrop 



NEW HAVEN COLONY. 



1639 Theophilus Eaton 
1659 Francis INewman 



1662 William Leet 



A list of the Governors of New Haven and Connecticut 
after the tw« Colonies were united. 



1665 John Winthrop 
1676 William Leet 
1680 Robert Treat 
1698 Joh» Winthrop 
1707 Gurdon Saltonstall 
1*24 Joseph Talcott 
1741 Jonathan Law 
1751 Roscr Wolcott 
1754 Thomas Fitch 
1766 William Pitkin 



1769 
1784 
1785 
1796 
1798 
1809 
18 1 
1813 
1817 
1827 



Jonathan Trumbull 
Matthew Griswold 
Samuel Huntington 
Oliver Wolcott 
Jonathan Trumbull 
John Trumbull 
Roger Griswold 
John Cotton Smith 
Oliver Wolcott 
Gideon ToraJinson 



Civil Government of Connecticut. 3$ 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT 

OF 

CONNECTICUT, 

FOR THE POLITICAL YEAR COMMENCING MAT 1828, 
AND ENDING MAT 1823. 

GIDEON TOMLINSON, Governor. 

Salary $1,100. 

JOHN S. PETERS, Lieutenant Governor. 

Salary #300. 

ISAAC SPENCER, Treasurer. 

Salary $1000. 

THOMAS DAY, Secretary. 

Salary $84, and fees of Office. 

JAMES THOMAS, Comptroller. 

Salary $1000 

SETH P. BEERS, Commissioner of the School Fund. 

$1250. 

WM. W. BOARDMAN, Executive Secretary. 

Salary $200. 

SENATE. 

Pay $2 per day daring the session of the Legislature, 
and 9 cents travel per mile ] 



Ifathan Johnson, 

lartin Welles, 

|le«ry VY. Edwards, 

ohn D. Reynolds, 
benezer Bruckway, 
oger Huntington, 



Samuel Tweedy, 
Thaddens Betts, 
John Nichols, 
Homer Boardmao, 
John Alsop, 
John Fitch. 



! SAMUEL H. HUNTINGTON, Clerk of the Senate. 

Sy, same as Senators, with an extra grant for retard 

ing the execative business of the Senate.] 



34 



Civil Government. 



HOUSE OF REPEESENTA TIVES. 

[Pay of the Speaker, 52,50 per day— Clerks, #2— Mem- 
bers #1,50 — and 9 cents per mile travel.] 
ebenezer young, Speaker.* 
charles hawlev, First Clerk. 

thomas perkins, Second Clerk. Pop 

Towns. Members. Vtion. 

Hartford, Thomas S. Williams, Jeremy Hoadley 599 { 

Berlin, Luther Beckley, Joseph Wright * 2877 

Bristol, Elisha Hotchkiss, jr. 1352 

Burlington, William Marks 1360 

Canton Elisha Sugden 1322 

East-Hartford, John Pitkin, Charles H. Olmsted 3373 

East- Windsor, Epaphras L. Phelps, Abner Reed 3400 

Enfield, Ephraim P Prudden, William Dixon 2,165 

Farmington, Timothy Pitkin, Jared Griswo'd 3042 

Glatfenhury, Jonathan Welles Thomas Hoilister 3114 

Granny, Jonathan Church, Charles T\ Hillyer 30J2 

Hartfand, Thomas Sugden, Ezra Doolittle 1264 
^Manchester, Charles Bunce 

Marlborough, William Buell 839 

Sim9bury, Chauncey Eno. John O. Pettibone 1954 
Southingt.n, Francis W Wilcox, Chester Grannie 1875 

SufBeld, Charles Shepa^d, Andrew Denison 2681 

Wetliarsfield, Wintbr>p Buck, Martin Kellogg jr. 3825 

Witidsor, Henry Sill, Oliver Thrall 3008 

JVert-Haven, Dennis Kimberly, Joseph N Clark 8327 I 

Brantord, Ammi Baldwin, Ralph Linsley 2230 I 

Cheshire, Reuben W Roys, Benajah Ives 228 i.f 

Derby, Sheldon Curtis 208 

East-Haven. Eleazar Heramingvvay 1237J 

Guilford, Nathai Jel Griffing, Abel Rossiter 4131 1 

Hamden, Jared Baspptt 1687| 
^Madison, Reynold Webb 

IMeriden, Ashbel Griswold 130Si| 
Middlebury, Leonard Bronson 

Milford, Jonathan Clark. William A Bull 276f| 

North-Haven, Ebenezer Pierpont 129*1 
*Or»nge, Andrew Smith 

Oxford, Hiram Osborne 168.' | 

Prospect, Benjamin Bronson 

Southbary, Newton Tuttle 16$i| 



Civil Government* : ^> 

Wallingford, John Andrews, John Barker 2237 

Waterbury, Austin Steel, Timothy Porter 2882 

Wolcott, David Frisbie 943 

Woodbridge, Charles Sperry, Jehiel Castle lpgg 

New London, Jacob B. Gurley, Ezra Chappell 3330 

Norwich, Charles P. Huntington, Ichabod Ward 3634 

Bozrah, William Kelly 1083 

Colchester, Benjamin Trumbull, Merit Bradford 2152 

Franklin, John Armstrong T161 

Griswold, William A. Browning 1869 

Groton, ErastusT. Smith, Gurdon Bill 4664 

Lebanon, Eliphalet Abel, Oliver Pettis 2917 

Lisbon. Roswell Adams 1159 

Lyme, Cha's J M'Curdy, Zebulon Brockway jr. 4069 

Montville, William Raymond 1951 
North-Stonington, Latham Hull, Samuel Chapman 2624 

Preston, Asa A Gore, Charles Hewett 1899 

Salem, Nathan Minard 1053 

Stonington, William Williams, John Hyde 3056 

•Waterford, Thomas S. Perkins 2239 

Fairfield, David Hill, Jonathan Bulkley 4151 
♦Bridgeport, Thomas C.Worden 

Brookaeld, Daniel Tomlinson 1 159 

Danbury, Nathaniel Bishop, George Clapp 3373 

Darien, John Bell 1126 

Huntington, Hezekiah Marks 37& 9 

Greenwich, Stephen Warring, Couklin Husted 2805 
*Monroe, Henry Lum 

New-Canaan, Samuel Raymond 1689 

New-Fairfield, Stephen Hopkins 788 

Newtown, Benjamin Hard, Henry Dutton 2879 

Norwalk, Benjamin Isaacs, Samuel B Warren ,3004 

Redding, John M. Heron, William Sanford 1678 

Ridgefield, Jabez M. Gilbert, Lot Forrester 2301 * 

Stamford, Charles Hawiey, Abel Reynolds 967 

Stratford, Nathaniel L. Wheeler $264 

Trumbull, Eben Fairchild 3438 

Weston, Walker Sherwood, Edmund Fanton 1232 

Sherman, Eli Beardsley 2767 

Wilton, tiawley Olmsted 1818 

Brooklyn, Benjamin E. Palmer 1264 

Ashford, Amos Knowlton, Stephen F. Palmer 2778 

Canterbury, Ethan Chaffee, Benjamin Delop * 9S < 



38 



Civil Government. 



*Chaplin, Orrigen Bennett 

Hampton, Chauncey F. Cleaveland 

KUIingly, Ebenezer Young, Wra Alexander. 

Plainfield, Jonathan Goff, Joseph Eaton 

Pomfret, Darius Matthewson, Win. Osgood 

Sterling, Joseph Gallup 

Thompson, Jonathan Nichols, Talcott Crosby 

Voluntown, Joel Kinney 

Windham, Thomas Gray, Nathan Bass 

Woodstock, Asa May, Wheeler Phillips 

Litchfield, Jabez W. Huntington, Wm. Beebe 

Barkhamsted, Henry, Allen, Lester Loomis 

Bethlem, Sheldon C. Leavitt 

Canaan, Samuel F. Adam, Reuben Hunt 

Colebrook, Launcelot Phelps, Samuel Whitford 

Cornwall, 9etb Pierce, jr. Peter Bierce 

Goshen, Erastus Lyman, Giles Griswold 

Harwinton, Phineas W. Noble, Noah Wei ton 

Kent, Abel Beach 

New-Milford, David S. Boardman, Clark Mine 

New-Hartford, Absalom Wells, Norman Merritt 

Norfolk, Augustus Pettibone, Joseph Battel! 

Plymouth, Calvin Butler 

Roxbury, Zacheus W. Weller 

Salisbury, Phineas Chapin, Thomas N. Smith 

Sharon, Cyrus Swan, Calvin Gay 

Torrington, Russell C. Abernethy, Wra. Battell 

Warren, George Starr 

Washington, D. B. Brinsmade, Eliph'let Tomlioson 

Watertown, James Bishop 

Winchester, Daniel Phelps, Jonathan Coe 

Woodbury. John Brush, Nathaniel B. Smith 

Middhtown, Wm. L. Storrs, Elijah Paddock 

Chatham, Guy Cooper, John Stewart, 2d 

Durham, John Swathel, Samuel Tibballs 

East-Haddam, Wm. Husgerford, Timothy Green 

Haddam, Jared Arnold, Charles Arnold 

Killingworth, Charles Stevens, Leonard Davis 

Seybrook, Samuel Ingham, George Pratt 

Tolland, Elisha Stearns, Jeremiah Parish 

Bolton, Jabez L. White, jr. 

Coventry, Nathan Howard, Walter loomis 

Columbia, Daniel Holbrook 



1313 
2803 
2097 
2042 
1200 
2926 
1116 
2489 
3017 
4610 
1692 

932 
2332 
1274 
1662 
1686 
1500 
1956 
1685 
3830 
1422 
1758 
1124 
2695 
2573 
1449 

875 
1487 
1439 
1601 
1885 
6479 
3159 
1210 
2572 
2478 
2342 
4156 
1607 

731 
2058 

64) 



Civil Government. -87 

Ellington, Asa Willey 1196 

Hebron, Zaehariah Cone, Elisba Perkins 2094 

Mansfield, Dan Barrows Edmund Freeman, 2d. 2995 

Stafford, Charles Woodworth, Ephraim H. Hyde. 2369 

Sobers, Isaac Fuller, Walter R. Kibbe, 1306 

Union, Augustus Moore, Benjamin Corbi* 757 

Vernon, Oliver H King 966 

Willington, Hirana Rider, Marcus Day. 1246 

No. of Inhabitants in Hartford County, in 1820 47,264 

In New-Haven, do. 39,616 

In New-London, do. 38,662 

In Fairfield, do. 42,739 

In Windham, do. 25,331 

In Litcbield, do. 41,267 

In Middlesex, do. 32,405 

In Tolland, do. 17,964 

The total distance on which pay for travel is allowed 
to Members of Assembly, from the several towns in this 
State to Hartford, is 4,666 miles.— Total do. to New 
Haven, 5,499. 

JVote— Thoie towns marked thus,*, have been incorpo- 
rated since the Census was taken, in 1620. 

Board of Commissioners appointed by the State with 
authority to contract with the Directors of the Asylum 
for the instruction of Deaf and Dumb persons in indi- 
gent circumstances, at the espence of the State — Sum 
not to exceed ,$11400. 

Samuel Tweedy, Fairfield co. ; John Alsop, Mid- 
dlesex ; Samuel J. May, Windham ; Cyrus Swan, Litch- 
field ', E. Stearns, Tolland ; T. S. Perkins, New-Lon- 
don -, Jared Griswold, Hartford; D, Kiraberly, New 
Haven> 



38 Judiciary. 

JUDICIARY* 

JUDGES 

Of the Supreme Court of Errors, and Superior Court. 
[Appointed by the Legislature, and bold their 'offices 
during good behaviour, limited to their arrival at 70 
years of age ] 

STEPHEN T. HOSMER, Chief Justice. 
Salary #1,100. 

JOHN T. PETERS, I JAMES LANM AN, 

JEREMIAH G. BRAINARD, | DAVID DAGGETT, 

Salarv gl<>50. 

THOM\3 DAY, Reporter. 

Salary, #350. 

The five Judges compose the Supreme Court of Errors. 

Allotment of Judges of the Superior Court, for 1 828—9. 

Summer Circuit. 
HOSMER— New-Haven and Tolland 
PETERS- Brooklyn and Danbury 
LANMAN— Middlesex and Hartford 
DAGGETT— Litchfield and New-London, 

Winter Circuit. 
HOSMER— Norwich and Middlesex 
PETERS— New-Haven and Hartford 
LANMAN— Fairfield and Litchfield 
DAGGETT— Brooklyn and Tolland. 



COlIJtfTYCOlJRTS. 

[The Judges are appointed annually by the Legislature. ] 
Pay of the Chief Judge, $3,50, and of the Associate 

Judges, #3 perday, during (he session of the Court 

and 9 cents travel per mile. 

Hartford County. 

Thomas Day, Chief Judge. 

John M. Niles, and Martin Welles, Associate Judges 

Thomas Chester, Clerk, Treasurer, and Clerk of Supe 

rior Court. 



Judiciary. 39 

New Haven Comity. 

Bcnnet Bronson, Chief Jud^e. 

Noyes Darling, and JaredBassett, Associate Judges. 

Joseph Darling, Treasurer. — John Beach, Clerk, and 

Clerk of Superior ourt. 

New London County. 
John Hyde, Chief J«idge. 

William Randall and Associate Judges. 

Joseph Williams, Treasurer. 
Charles Lathrop, Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 

Fairfield County. 

John Q. Wils.ni, Chief Judge. 

Benjamin Isaacs and Jed* diah Graves, Associate Judges 

Jeremiah S*urges, Treasurer. 

Thomas B. Osborne, Clerk, and Clerk of Superior 

Court. 

Windham County. 

Joseph Eaton, Chief Judge. 

Vine Robinson and John Dunlap, Associate Judges. 

Vine Robinson, Treasurer. 

David C. Bolles, Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court, 

Armi'i Bolles Assistant do. do. 

Litchfield County. 

Augustus Pettibone, Chief Judge. 

Martin Strong and John Welch, Associate Judges, 

Abel Catlin, 2d. Treasurer. 

F. Wolcott, Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 

Origen 6. Seymour, Assistant do. do. do. 

Middlesex County. 

Samuel W Dana, Chief Judge. 

Wm. Carter and Franklin G. Gomstock, Asso. Judges. 

Seth Overton, Treasurer. 

John Fisk, Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 

Won. H. Fisk, Assistant Clerk of do. aud do. 

Tolland County. 

Asa Willey, Chief Judge. 

f ngoldsby W. Crawford, and Eliphalet Young, Associate 

Judges. 

Jonathan Barnes, Treasurer. 

feremiah Parish, Clerk. 

Etisha Stearns, Clerk of Superior Court, 



40 



Judges of Probate. 



COURTS OFJPkOBATE. 

[The Judges appointed annually by the Legislature, — 
pay, fees of office] 
Districts. Judges Clerks. 



Berlin 

Chatham 

Dan bury 

E. Haddam 

E. Windsor 

Ellington 

Fairfield 

Farmington 

Gran by 

Guilford 

Hartford 

Hebron 

Lebanon 

Litchfield 

Middletown 

N. Hartford 

N. Haven 

N. London 

N. Milford 

Newtown 

Norfolk 

Norwalk 

Norwich 

Plainfipld 

Pomfret 

Saybrook 

Sharon 

Simsbury 

Southington 

Stafford 

Stamford 

Stonington 

Stratford 

Siiffieirf 

Wallingford 

Waterbury 

Windham* 

Woodbury 



Thomas tee 

Benjamin Hurd 

Reuben Booth 

Benjamin Trumbull 

Lorain T. Pease 

Asa Willey 
I David Hill 

Noadiah Woodruff 

Joab' Griffin, jr. 

Reuben Elliott 

John Rush 

John S. Peters 
Dennison Wattles,jr. 
Frederick Wolcott 
John Alsop 
Isaac Kellogg 

Wm. W. Board man 
Moses Warren 
Jehiel Williams 
Samuel C. Biackman 
Michael P Mills 
William M. Betts 
John Hyde 
Ebenezer Youag 
John Nichols 
William Lynde 
Samuel Church 
John O. Petiibone 
Sylvester Norton 
Jeremiah Parish 
Charles Hawley 
Wm. Williams, of Groton 
Fitch Wheeler 
Oliver Pease 
Rufus Hitchcock 
John Kingsbury 
Jonah Lincoln 
Charles 8. Phelps 



F G. Comstock 
S. H. Phillips 
8 M. Trumbull 

Moses B. Ball 
David Hill, jr. 
LemuelWhitman 
Joshua R.Je welt 
Gearge Griswold 
Charles Bull 
Cyrus Mann 
E Huntington, 
J. W. Hun lingo l 
John Fisk 

John Hunt, 2d 
E. R. Warren 
Nathaniel Perry 



Thaddeus Betts 
Barrill Lathrop 
J. Gordon 
T. M. Grosvenor 
Samuel Ingham 
Lewis L. Peet 

Romeo Lowrey 
Joseph Howard 
S. Lockwood, jr. 
George Hubbard 

Joseph Pease 
W. R. Hitchcock 
C. D. Kingsburv 
C. F.Cleaveland 



Justices of ibe Peace. 4 i 

JUSTICES OF PEACE. 

[Appointed annually, by the Legislature,— pay, fees of 
j. office.] 

r - Hartford County. 

Hartford— John T. Peters, John Russ, Thomas Day, 
Joseph Trumbull, Hezekiah Huntington, Isaac Spen- 
cer, Henry Seymour, Nathan Johnson, John M Miles, 
Charles Sigourney, Isaac Toucey, Cyprian Nichols, 
Gaius Lyman, Jeremiah Brown, Seth Terry, Thomas K. 
Brace, Henry L. Ellsworth, Enoch Parsons, Samuel H. 
Huntington, John M. Gannett, Timothy Sedgwick, jr. 
Henry Mix, William Whitman, Isaac Perkins, Moses 
Goodman, jr. 

Berlin— Samuel Hs rt, Benjamin Allen, Thomas Lee, 
Luther Beckley, Daniel Dunbar, Orrin Beckley, John 
Stanley. 

Bristol — JoelTruesdale, Jared W. Pardee, Charles 6. 
Ives. 

Burlington — Simeon Hart, William Marks, Willard 
Hitchcock. 

Canton — James Humphreys, Benjamin Weed, jr. De~ 
cius Humphreys, Luther Higley, Isaac Mills. William 
H. Hallock, Ephrairu Mills 

East -Hart ford — Lemuel Wrnte. Samuel Pitkin, Ozias 
Williams, Daniel Easton, S«lab Webster, Ozias Roberts. 

East- Windsor- Timothy Ellsworth. Eli B. Haskell, 
Daniel Hayden, Horace Barber, Elliott Grant, John 
Watson, VVilliam Barnes, Samuel Mills. 

Enfieid— Lorain T. Pease, Jabez Collins, David 
iates, Geer Terry, John C. Pease, Henry Kingsbury. 
kVilliam Dixon, Ephraim I*. Prnrfen 

Farmington— Timothy Pitkin, Lemuel Whitman, No- 
lidiah Woodruff, Amasa Woodford, George Cowles. Ja- 
ed Griswold. Horace Cowles, Zera Woodford. 

Glastenbury — Pardon Brown, David E Habbard. 
ereminh Stocking, George Merrick, Solomon Cole, 
onathon Welles. 

Granby— Joab Griffin, jr. Joel Holcomb, Daniel Ben- 
jamin, Horace Clark, James Forward, Daniel B.Hol- 
lonb, Hiram R. Pettibone, Alexander Holcomb. 

Hartland— Nathaniel Bos worth, Jarcd Newell, Ezra 



42 Justices of the Peace. 

DooHltle, Eli Wilder, Wyllis Wright, Asa ' Bushnell, 
Phelps Humphreys. 

Manchester — George Cheeney, EphraimWyllys, John 
Mather, Joseph Noyse, Ralph R. Phelps. 

Marlborough — Joel Foote, Elisha Buell, Samuel F 
Jones, Oliver Phelps. 

Simsburg — William Mather, Elisha Phelps, Asaph 
Toiler, James Goodwin, John O. Pettibone, Calvin 
Barber, James Cornish, Frederick W. Jewett, Dudley 
Humphreys, Joseph Pinney 

Southington — Theodore Byington, Romeo Lowrey, 
Sylvester Norion, Roger Whittlesey, Asahel Newell. 
Timothv Hart. 

Si^eW— William Gav, Oliver Pease, Martin Shel- 
don, Andrew Denison, Charles Shepard, William C. J 
Gay, Harvey Hastings, Samuel Norris 

Welhersjibld — Martin Kellogg, jr. Robert Francis, 
Elijah Keach. James L. BeJden, Henry Bulkley, Wm> 
Robbins, 2d. Joseph Hale, Winthrop Buck. 

Windsor — Edward Selden, Luther Fitch, Richard 
Niles, James Loomis, Oliver Thrall, Elisha N. Sill, Hen- ! 
ry Sill, Harlehigh Haskell, Josepti Cornish, jr. 

New- Haven County. 

New-Haven— W Bristol, I. Mills, N. Smith, jEneas 
JVlonson, C. Bostwic^, J. Hunt, 2d. William Mix, 
L. Bishop, J. Barne3, William W Boardman, Dennis 
Kimberly, A. P. Sanford, C. A. Ingersoll, E. Seeiey, 
Elias Gilbert, Asa Budington, Clement ©oodale. 

Branford—B. Page, J. Frisbie, J. Potter, H. Tainter, 
C Barker, B R. Fowler, D. Squires, A. Norton, 

Cheshire— R. Hitchcock, K. Beach, R. W. Roys, J. 
A. Foot. 

Derby— P. Bassett, S- Curtis, Russell Hitchcock, Jj 
French, J. L. Tomlinson, J T. Wheeler, B. Lura, W r 
Humphreys, S. Booth. 

East Raven~De Grasse Maltby, Bela Farnum, Wil- 
lis Hemingway. 

Guilford— D. S. Fowler, R. Elliot, T. Stone, Wj 
Spencer, W. Todd, H. Elliot, G. Langdon, 5. Fowler, 
Abel Rossiter, George Griswold. 

Hamden— R. Pierpont, H. J. Warner, J. Basset^ 
Arabm*e Tuttle. 

MadlsQU— F. Lee 3 J. F. Mejgs, W.Blacnfey, C.Wii 



Justices of the Peace. 43 

cox, Nathan Hopson, Josiah Coan, Reynold Webb, 
Jesse Crampton 

Jtitiiden— B. Andrews, W. Yale, T. Ives, Patrick- 
Clark, Asahel Meiriam, Noah Pomeroy. 

Middlebury—N . Richardson, James D. Wooster, Eras- 
tus Smith 

j Uford— W.Durand. W. Strong, J. Clark, A. Car 
rington, Andrew French, S. B. Gtinn. 

North Haven— Justus Bishop, Daniel Pierpont, Ja 
cob Bassett, Jesse Brocket. 

Orange — 1. A. Woodruff, J F. Merwin, S. Johnson, 
L. Prindle, N. Kimberly, Alpheus Clark, L, Treat, A. 
Smith. 

Oxford— l. Candee, S. Meigs, N. Stone, S. Wire, M, 
Hatch, Wait Bassett, Simeon Htnmnn. 

Prospect— Woodward Hotchkiss, Samuel Peck, A. 
Smith. 

Southbury — W. Hir.man, J. Moseley, ©. Judson, J. 
Pierce, Ebenezer Johnson, D Bradley, E. Hinman,Ed 
ward Beardsley, Amos Candee. 

IVallingford — Aaron Hall, Amos Dutton, Caleb Cook, 
Hunn Munson, Malachi Cook, Ira Yale, Wm. Marks, 
John D. Reynolds, J. Carrington 

Waterbury — J. Kingsbury, A. Scott, Elias Ford, C. 
Lewis, T Porter, Joel Hinman, B. Bronson, C. Clark. 
Timothy Porter, M. L. Scovill, A. Steel. , 

fVoodbridge — Ezra Kimberly, George F. Peck, Archi- 
bald A. Perkins, Adonijah French, Noyes Darling, Dan- 
iel TolIes,jr. John Lyndes. 

Wolcott— Archibald Miner, Orrin Plum, Wm. A. AI- 
cock, David Frisbie, T Upson. 

New-London County. 

New London — Elias Perkins, William P. Cleaveland, 
Jacob B. Gurley, Jirah lsham, Isaac Thompson, Co- 
dington Billings, William P. Cleaveland, jr. Thomas 
Mussey, Anson Smith, William H. Law, Charles S 
Stockman 

Norwich — James Lanman, Joseph Williams, Jame* 
Stedmao, Benjamin Snow, John Hyde, John Fanning, 
Eleazar Rogers, George Hill, Roswell Morgan, Eber 
Backus, Isaac Story, Asa Roath, Lewis Hyde, John H. 
Townsend, Asa Child, John A. Rockwell, Erastus Coit ; 
Henry Strong, Elisha Tracy, Jesse Fuller. 



44 Justices of the Peace. 

Boxrah— Gardner Avery, William Whiting, Ezra La 
throp, James Lamb, Elijah Huntington, William Kei 
ley. 

Colchester— -Benjamin Trumbull, Samuel A. Peters, | 
Zachariah Olmsted, John Bigelow, Artemas Worthing 
ton» Avery Morgan, Amherst D. Scovill, Amariah Brain- 
ard. 

Franklin— \r& Abel, Darius Frink, Comfort D. Fill- 
more, Alvan Abel, Henry Hazen, John Armstrong, Jo- 
seph Kingsley. 

Griswpld — Welcome A. Browning, Alexander Stew- 
art, jr. Elisha Partridge, Nathan Stanton, Thomas Slew- 
art, John W. Fanning. 

Groton— Ebenezer Avery, Ralph Hurlburt, John O. 
Miner, Amos A. Niles, Roswell Fisk, Caleb Avery. 
John Brewster, John Spicer, William Williams, Rod- 
man Niles, Palmer Hewitt, Philip Gray, Nathan Dabol, 
George W. Ayer, Rufus Chapman, Joseph Durfey. 

Lebanon — William T. Williams, Peleg Thomas, jr, 
Asahel Dewey, Thomas Babcock, Charles Abel, Beni- 
son Wattles, jr. Elisha Waterman, Jesse Wright, Caleb 
Hay ward. 

Lisbon — Freeman Tracey, Joseph L. Lyon, Joseph 
Jewett, Nathan Brooks, Samuel Peckham, Roswell Ad- 
ams. 

Lyme — Moses Warren. Ebenezer Brockway, Samuel 
B. Mather, Joel Loomis, Peter Comstock, Joseph phad- 
wick, Henry M. Waite, Ezra Pratt, Thomas W. Strick- 
land, Joshua R. Warren, Richard E. Selden, jr. John S, 
Rogers, Charles Griswold, William Noyes, jr, Charles 
J. McCurdy, Peter Lord, Zebulon Brockway, jr. 

MonUillc— Asahel Otis, Nathaniel Bradford, Stephen 
G. Thatcher, Hazzard Browning, Sherwood Raymond, 
Tkomas Fitch, William Raymond, Caleb Lvon, Giles 
Turner, Samuel Hillhouse, jr Nicholas Bishop. 

North- Stoninglon— Elias Hewitt, Sands Cole, Ches- 
ter Smith, Benjamin Pomeroy, John Langwonhy, Pe- 
rez Hewitt, David Coates, Latham Hull, Samuel Chap- 
man, Stephen Main, Thomas Browning. 

/Verton— Stephen Meech, Walter Palmer, Denison 
Palmer, Roberts. Avery, Elisha Brewster, Jabez W. 
Giddings, Allen Chapman. 



Justices of the Peace. tib 

Sahyi— Joseph Morgan, Sbnbael Parks, Vine Stod 
dard, Henry Perkins, Kbenezer A. Packer. 

Stonington — Enoch Burrows, William Randall, Wil- 
liam Robinson, George Hubbard, Joseph Noyes, Elias 
Brown, Gurdon Trumbull, Giles R. Hallam, Asa Fisk, 
Alexander G. Smith, Elisha Faxon, Samuel F. Deni- 
son, John Davis. 

Waterford — Griswold Avery, Jonathan Comstock, 
Edward R. Warren, Thomas S. Perkins, James Rogers. 

Fairfield County. 

Fairfield— David Hill, Hull Bradley, John Hull, Jere 
uiiah Sturges, Seymour Taylor, Eliphalet Swift, Thom- 
as I. Osborne, Jesup Banks, Obadiah Beardslee, John 
Q. Wilson, G. Wakeham, J S. Wilson, A. D. Baldwin. 

Danbury — Samuel H Philips, Nathan Seeley, David 
Foot, Reuben Booth, Russell Hoyt, John S. Blackman, 
Oliver Shepard, Zadock Stevens, Edward Taylor, Eh 
enezer Uickox, Sturges Seltick, Thomas T. Whittle 
sey. 

Bridgeport — Noah Plumb, Isaac Sherman, David 
Nichols, Philip A. Cannon, Fitch Wheeler, Mark 
Moore, Alanson Hamlin. 

Brookjield— Eli Ruggles, Zera S. A. Peck, Waite S'. 
Northrop, Bryant Smith. 

Darien — Thaddeus Bell, John Weed, Jr., Jonathan 
Bates, Abraham Clock, Warren Percival. 

Greenwich—- Gilbert Close, Joshua Ferris, Ard Rey- 
nolds, Samuel Close, #ohn 3. Tracey. 

Huntington — Hezekiah Marks, Doiald Judson, Jo- 
seph Shelton, Christopher N. Shelton, Lemuel Beards 
lee, Daniel Bennett. 

Monroe — Abel French, Samuel Wheeler, Cyrus H 
Beardslee, Agur Lewis, Levi Edwards, Stephen Miri 
«llebrook, Charles Curtis. Lyman Wakelee. 

New- Canaan — Samuel Ray mend, Ebenezer Grofut, 
Jonathan B Benedict. 

N€W'F*irfie\d-*-Dai\id Lane, Jabez Treadwell, David 
Barnum. 

Newtown — Samuel C. Slackman, Benjamin Hard, 
Zachariah Clark, Jr., Jacob Beers, Adoniram Fairchild, 
Lamson Birch, Daniel BUckman, Henry Dutttn, Da- 
vid H. Belden, James B. Fairman. 

Nonvalk— William M. Betts, Henry Beldei, Benja- 
7 



46 Justices of the Peace. 

min Isaacs, Clark Bissell, Thaddeus Betts, Seth Taylor. 
Samuel B. Warren, Stephen B. St. John, Eli B. Ben- 
nett, Charles Thomas. 

Reading — Gersnom Sherwood, William Sanford, Jon 
athan Meeker, Joel Foster, Jared Olmstead, Aaron 
Sanford Jr. Ebenezer Hill, John B. Sanford. 

Ridgefield— Samuel Stebbins, Jesse S. Bradley, Brad 
ley Hull, Lott Forester, Harvey Smith, Elias Burch- 
ard, Samuel St. John, Jr. 

Stamferd — Simeon H. Miner, Daniel Lockwood, 
Charles Hawley, Theodore Devenport, Jotham Hoyt. 
Smith R. Sibley, David Hoyt. 

Stratford — Jabez H. Tomlinson, Daniel Judson, Da- 
vid Brooks, Elijah Booth, Josiah Gorham, David B. 
Brooks. 

Sherman — Jedediah Graves, Eli Beardslee, William 
Giddings, James A. Giddings, Levi Northrop. 

Trumbull — Elijah Middlebrook, David Hawley, Dan- 
iel Wakelee, Samuel Beardslee, Elihu Beach, David 
Beach. 

West on— Stephen Wheeler, Isaac Bennett, Simeon 
Fanlon, Oliver C. Sanford, Walker Sherwood, Peter 
Silliman, Ward Nichols, Calvin Wheeler, Jr., Henrv 
Hubbell. 

Wilton — Matthew Marvin, Erastus Sturges, Hawley 
Olmsted, Isaac M. Sturges, George Mead, Bela St 
John. 

Windham County. 

Brooklyn— Vine Robinson, Samuel Scarborough, Da 
vid C. Bolles, Elisha Adams, Adams White, jr Clriei 
Fuller, Jonathan A. Welch, John Parrish. 

jjshford — David Bolles, Levi Work, John Warren. 
Thomas Dow, Nathan Hayward, Michael Richmond. 
Daniel Knowlton, Amasa Lyon, Edward S. Keyes. 
Elisha Byles, Ichabod Bulkley, Calvin Whitney. 

Canterbury — Andrew T. Judson, Peter Morse, Wm. 
D. Foster, Rufus Johnson, jr. Samuel L. Hough, Wa! 
ter Williams, Rufus Adams, Luther Paine, Asahel Ba 
con, Chester Lyon, Daniel Frost, jr. Comfort S. Hyde, 

Chaplin-— David Avery, Origen Bennett, John Ross 
John Clark, Luther Ripley. 



Justices of the Peace* 47 

Hampton — Nathaniel F. Martin, Charles Moulton, 
Channcey F. Cleaveland, Jonathan Clark, Roger Tain- 
tor, Ebenezer Bornham, Ebenezer Griffin. 

Killiugly— Ebenezer Young, Penuel Hutchins, Lu- 
ther Warren, Arba Covil, David Chase, John Dixon, 
Thomas Derfee, Thomas Backus, William Alexander, 
Daniel Brown, George Warren. 

Plainjteld— Joseph Eaton, James Gordon, fohn Dnn- 
iap, Sessions Lester, Francis B. Johnson, George Mid- 
dleton, Jonathan Goff. 

Pom/ret — vEphraim Ingalls, John Holbrook, George 
Sharpe, Thomas Hubbard, Thomas M. Grosvenor, Job 
Williams, William James. 

Sterling — Calvin Hebbard, Jeremiah Young, John 
Gallup. 

Thompson — George Lamed, SimSn Davis, Jonathan 
Nichols, John Nichols, Stephen Holmes, John Bates, jr. 
Talcott Crosby. 

Voluntown — James Alexander, Sterry Kiney, Benja- 
min Gallup, Daniel Keigwin, Miner Bobbins. 

Windham — Samuel Perkins, John Baldwin, Jonathan 
Devotion, John Staniford, Abner Robinson, Jonah Lin- 
coln, Alfred Young, Edwards Clarke. Henry Hunting- 
ton, Thomas Gray 

Woodstock— Ebenezer Stoddard, John M'Clellan, John 
Paine, William Bowen, Abraham W. Paine, Luther 
Rawson, Penuel Corbin, Jonathan May, Wheeler Phil- 
lips, John F. Williams. 

Litchfield County, 

Litchfield — Frederick Wolcott, Asa Bacon, Levi Cat- 
lin, Phineas Miner, Morris Woodruff, Seth P Beers, 
Jabez W Huntington, Jonathan Buell, Elihu Harrison, 
Enos Stoddard, David C. Sanford, Hugh P. Welch, 
Truman Smith, Joseph Birge, Asa Hopkins, Joseph Ad- 
ams. 

Barkhampsled — John Merrils, Amos Beecher, Samu 
el Munson, Lester Loomis, Anson Wheeler. 

Btthlem — Samuel Bloss, Nathan Burton, Jr., Conant 
Catlin, Joseph H. Bellamy, David Bird. 

Canaan-— William M.Burrall, Joshua Cornwall, James. 
Fenn, William Hollabird, Leman Church, Asahel North 
Reuben Hunt. 



48 Justices of the Peace. 

Colebrook —Reuben Rockwell, Seth Marshall Laun 
celot Phelps, Samuel rThitford. 

Cornwall— Oliver Burnham, William Kellogg, George 
Wbeaton, Samuel Hopkins, Peter Bierce, John A. 
Sedgwick. 

Goshen— Truman Starr, Theron Towner, Eraitus Ly^ 
man, Eber Bailey, Theron Beach, Augustus Miles. 

Harwinton— Noah Welton, Benajah Hayden, Jacob 
O. Catlin, Gaylord Wells, Marvin Griswold, Uriah Hop 
kins. 

Kent— Nathaniel P Perry, John Mills, John H. Swift. 
Nathan Slosson, Birdsey Beardsley, Garrit Winegar, 
Alpheus Fuller, Lewis Mills 

J\ew- Hartford— Asa Goodwin, Andrew Abernetby, 
Roger Mills, William G Williams, Isaac Kellogg. 

fi'eiv Milford— "David S. Boardman, Joel Sandford. 
Homer Boardman, Eli Todd, Stephen Crane, Daniel 
Gaylord, Perry Smith, Orange Merwin, Levi Morris, 
Nathaniel Perry, Ezra Noble, Eldad C. Jackson. 

Norfolk — Augustus Pettibone, Joseph Battel 1, Joseph 
Riggs, Bushnell Knapp, Edmund Brown, Michael F. 
Mills, Grove Pinney. 

Plymouth— Calvin Butler, Thomas Mitchell, Chaun- 
cey Warner* Ransom Blakeslee 

Roxbury — Josiah R Eastman, Ro^al R. Hinmar, 
Stephen Sanford James Trowbridge, William Pearce, 
Isaac Leavenworth. 

Salisbury Lot Norton, Martin Strong, Samuel 

Church, Eliphalet Whittlesey, John G. Mitchell, New- 
man Holly, Elisha Sterling 

Sharon — Samuel E. Everett, Oliver Kellogg, Anse) 
Sterling, Samuel Rockwell, Samuel R Gager, Benoni 
Peck, Samuel Roberts, Horatio Smith, Stephen Heth, 
Israel Camp, Charles F Sedgwick. 

Torrington — William Battel], Erastus Hodges, Rus- 
sell C. Abernethy, Griswold Woodward, Levi Munsel, 
William North, Barzillai Hudson. 

JVarren— Stephen Strong, Sherman Hartwell, George 
Starr. , 

Washington — Daniel B. Brinsmade, Curtis Hicock 
Youngs Elliott, Ensign Bushnell, Hermanus Marshall. 
Atvin Brown, Comtantine McMahon, Fradarick J 
Fenn. 



J ustices of the Peace. 4£» 

WaUrloWn— John Buckingham, James Skiltoo, Ben 
jimin DeForeit, Holbrook Curtif. 

Winchester — James Beebe, Triman S. Wetemore, 
Luman Wakefield, Isaac Bronson, Jonathan Coe, Wil 
liam S. Hollibard,John Boyd, Joseph Miller 

Woodbury— rbarles B. Phelps, Matthew Miner, Jr., 
Leman Sherman, Gideon B. Botsford, John Strong, Jr. , 
Elijah Sherman, Jr , Jesse Miner. 

Middlesex County. 

Middletown— Stephen T. Hosmer, Samuel W. Dana, 
Joshua Stow, Josiah Savage, Daniel J- Griswold, Josi- 
ah Sage, George W. Stanley, Elisha Treat, Eli Coe, 
Augustus Cook Hezekiah Rice, Thomas Mather, Dan- 
iel Burrows, William L. Storrs, Abiel A. Loomis, Elijah 
Paddock. 

Haddam — Samuel Arnold, Jonathan Burr, Jonathan 
Usher, Charles Arnold, Eli Warner, Smith Clark, Rus- 
sel Shailor, Hezekiah Scoveil, Daniel Brooks. 

Chatham— Benjamin Hurd, Sparrow Smith, Samuel 
Hall, Philip Sage, Franklin G. Comstook, Bartlett Lew- 
is, Ira Lee, Diodate B West, Daniel Penfield, Guy 
Cooper, Elizur Abbey, Sophron Usher. 

Durham — Worlhington G. Chauncey, Lemuel Camp, 
Samuel Tibbals, Timotbv Coe, Asahel Strong, John 
White. 

East- Haddam— Josiah Griffin, Isaac Chapman, Isaac 
Chester, William Hungerford, Russell Dutton, Oliver 
Green, Aaron C. Palmer, Lemuel C. Daniels, Thomas 
|C. Boardman, Ozias Holmes, Azel Utley. 
I Killingxcorth — Wm. Carter, Austin Olcott, Jedediah 
[Harris, David Kelsey, Benjamin Hurd, David ©riswold, 
(George Carter, Jeremiah Hull, John Stanton, Elisha 
Kelsey, Leonard Davis, Jared Elliott, David P. Kelsey, 
David Wright. 

Saybrook -John Stannard, William Lynde, Rnfus 
Clark, Reynold Webb, Clark Nott, Joel Pratt, Jededieh 
post, Bani Denison, Samuel Carter, Gurdon Smith, 
George Pratt, George Reed, Samuel Tngham, Samuel 
Hough, Joshua L'Hommedieu, Beta Clark, Ezra S. Ma 
:her 3 Alanson Redfield a Orraman B. Wright, 



*0 Justices of the Peace. 

Tolland County. 

Tolland — Calvin Willey, Jeremiah Parish, Jonathan 
Barnes, Eliphalet Young, George M. Hyde, Elisha 
Stearns. 

Bolton-— Jabez L. White, Daniel W. Badger, Noah 
Strong, Saul Alvord, jr. 

Columbia — Samuel Little, Gershom Dorrance, Am- 
herst Scovill, Silas Fuller, Asahel Clarke. 

Coventry — Nathan Howard, Isaiah Daggeit, Zelotes 
Long, Cephas Brigham, Levi Sweetland 

Ellington— Asa Willey, Robert Hyde, Oliver W. 
Steel, Benjamin Pinney. 

Hebron — John S. Peters, Payton R. Gilbert, Leonard 
Hendee, Wm Brown, Levi Waldo, Abner Hendee, Ju- 
dah Porter, Ralph Gilbert, 

Mansfield — John Salter, Zalman Storrs, Seth Dun 
ham, David Conant, Luther Kingsley, John Fitch. 

Somers — Horatio A Hamilton, Walter R. Kibhee. 
Icbabod Mudge, Oliver Cbapin, 2d. Loren P. Waldo. 

Stafford— Benning Mann, Rodolphus Woodwortb ? 
Nathan Bartlett, Amos Harvey, Zina Winter, Nathaniel 
Sibley. 

Union — Ingoldsby W. Crawford, Luther Crawford. 
Augustus Moore. 

Vernon — Lebbeu? P Tinker, Francis McLean, Oli- 
ver H. King. 

fTt'/Ztrigftm— Daniel Glazier, John J. Moulton Elisha 
brigham. 



Notaries Public, 5f 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Hartford — Heeekiah Huntington, Walter MiUbell, 
Tohn M. Gannett, Joseph Trumbull, Isaac Perkins 
Henry L. Ellsworth, Nathan Johnson, Samuel H. Par 
sons, Samuel H. Huntington, Alfred Terry. 

Berlin—Daniel Dunbar. 

Windsor — Samuel Woodruff. 

New-Haven— Dyer White, Leonard A. Daggett, C. 
A. Ingersoll, Sherman Croswell, John M. Edwards. 

Cheshire— Burrage Beach. 

Derby— John L. Tomlinson. 

Guilford— William Todd. 

New-London — Lyman Law, Ebenezer Learned, Wm 
F. Brainard, Wm. P. Cleaveland, jr. Elijah F. Dutton 

Norwich— James Lanman, James Stedman, JosepL 
Williams, Henry Strong, Asa Child. 

Colchester — Daniel Watrous. 

Griswold- Thomas Stuart. 

Croton — John Hudson. 

Lebanon — Wm. T. Williams. 

Lyme — Henry M. Waite, Charles Griswold. 

Stonington — Alexander G. Smith, George Hubbard 
Elias Brown, Francis Amy. 

Danbury — Daniel A, Cook, Russel Hoyt. 

Bridgeport— Joseph Baekus, Daniel Sterling, JosepL 
Wood. 

Norwalk — Clark Bissel, Benjamin Isaacs. 

Stamford — Charles Hawley. 

Stratford— David Plant, Daniel Judson. 

Brooklyn— John Parish, Adams White, jr. 

Windham — Samuel Perkins. 

Woodstock — John McClellan. 

Litchfield— Frederick Wolcott, Seth P. Beers, 

NewMilford — David S.Boardman. 

Salisbury — Elisha Sterling. 

Middletoww — George W. Stanley, Jonathan Barnes 
jr. Wm. Van Deursen, Abiel A. Loomig, 

Haddam — Linus Parmalee. 

East-Haddam— N. L. Foster. 

Say brook, (Essex SocietyJ— Samuel Ingham, 

Tolland — Jeremiah Parish, 

Hebron— -Abner Hendee. 



52 Counsellors and Attornies. 

COUNSELLORS & ATTORNIES, 

Hartford County. 
ISAAC TOUCEY, Attorney for the State. 

Hartford — Nathaniel Terry, Hezekiah Huntington - 
Jonathan W Edwards, Thomas S. Williams, Walter 
Mitchell, Thomas Huntington, jr, Isaac Perkins, Joseph 
Trumbull, Seth Terry, Nathan Johnson, John M. Wiles, 
Wm. W. Ellsworth, Henry L.Ellsworth, Alfred Smith, 
Isaac Toucey, O. E Williams, Samuel H. Huntington, 
Thomas C. Perkins, Francis Parsons, Jonathan $d- 
wards, Samuel H. Parsons, Alfred Terry, Enocli T. 
Parsons, Benjamin L. Kavner, Norman Meriam, Wm 
M. Holland, Hugh Peters. 

Berlin — Daniel Dunbar, Ira E. Smith. 

East- Windsor— Wm. Barnes, Selah B. Treat. 

Enfield — Wm. Dixon, Lorrain T. Pease, Simeon F. 
Dixon. 

Farmington— Timothy Pitkin, Lemuel Whitman, Ja 
red Griswold. 

Glastenbury — Zepbaniah H. Smith, George Merrick, 

Granby — Grove Griswold, Silas Higley, James ti. 
Smith, Hiram R. Pettibone. 

Manchester—Ralph R. Phelps, George W. Griswold, 

Simsbury*— Elisha Phelps, Frederick W. Jewett. 

Southington — Roger Whittlesey, Samuel H. Wood 
ruff, Romeo Lowrey. 

Suffield— Wm. Gay, Seth Parsons, Charles Shepard, 
Wm, C. Gay. 

Wethersffeld— Asher Robbins. 

Windsor— John Sargeant, Samuel Woodruff, Horace 
H. Sill, Thomas R. Holt. 

Ntw-Haven County. 
NATHAN SMITH, Attorney for the State. 
r New-Haven— Wm. Hillhouse, Simeon Baldwin, NV 
than Smith, Henry W. Edwards, Ralph I. Ingersoli. 
John Beach, Roger S. Baldwin, Samuel J. Hitchcock. 
Dennis Kimberly, R. S. Skinner, C. A. lagersoll, Wm, 
W. Boardman, Ehenezer Seelcy, Charles Chapman, 
George C. Goddard, Isaac H. Townsend, Sherman 
Oroswell, H. E, Peck, Ararai Harrison, J. M. Edwards, 



Counsellors and Attornies. 5: 

Cheshire— Burrage Beach, John A. Foot. 
Derby — John L. Toml'mson, Horace M. Shepard. 
Guilford— William Todd. 
Meriden— Benajah Andrews. 
Milford— - David B Ingersoll. 
Southbury— Edward Hinman. 
Waterbury— Cyrus Clark, Joel Hinman, E. 9. Aber 
netby, Robinson S. Hinman. 

New-Londsn County. 

JACOB B GURLEY, Attorney for the State. 

New-London — Lyman Law, Jacob B. Gurley, Wir. 
P. Cleaveland, Coddington Billings, Jirah lsbam, Ebe 
nezer Learned, W'm. F. Brainard, VVm. P. Cleaveland. 
jr. Wm. H. Law. 

Norwich — Calvin Goddard, Joseph Williams, James 
Stedroan, George Hill, Roswell Morgan, Henry Strong 
Asa Child, John A. Rockwell, George B. Ripley. 

Colchester — Benjamin Trumbull, Samuel A. Peters 
Amherst D Scovill, Eliphalet A. Bulkley. 

Griswold — Samuel C. Morgan. 
. Lebanon — William T. Williams, Denison Wattles, jr 

Lyme— Henry M. Waite, Charles Griswold, Charlei 
J. M'Curdy. 

North-Stonington — Benjamin Pomeroy. 

Stonington*-George Hubbard, Alexander G. Smith 
Elias Brown. 

Waterford— Thomas S. Perkins. 

Fairfield County. 
SIMEON H. MINER, Attorney for the State. 

Fairfield — Samuel B. Sherwood, Samuel Rowland 
Roger M. Sherman, Eliphalet Swift, Thomas B. Os 
borne, Daniel Wakeman. 

Danburv — Matthew B. Whittlesey, Reuben Booth. 
Thomas f. Whittlesey, Edward Taylor, J. L. Ufford 

Bridgeport — Joseph Backus, Alanson Hamlin, Jo 
seph Wood, O; Fitch Wheeler, Mark Moore. 
Moore. 

Brookfield— Hetnan Bircb, Bryanl Smith 



64 Counsellors and Attornies. 

Monroe— Cyrus H. Beardslee. 

Newtown— Samuel C. Blackman, Henry DutLoB, 
David H. Belden. 

Norwalk— Clark Bissell, Thaddeus Betts. 
Stamford— Simeon H. Miner, Charles Hawley. » 

Windham County, 
ANDREW T. JUDSON, Attorney for the State. 

Brooklvn — John Parish, Daniel Kies, Jonathan A. 
Welch, Uriel Fuller, Daniel P. Tyler, David 'C. Bolles, 
Henry A. Mitchell. 

Asbford— David Bolles, Ichabod Bulkley, Jared-D. 
Richmond. 

Canterbury — Rufus Adams, Andrew T. Judson, Dan- 
iel Frost, jr. 

Hampton — Chauncey F. Cleaveland. 

Killingly — Ebenezer Young, Thomas Backus. 

Plainfield — Francis B.Johnson. 

. Porafret — John Holbrook, Chauncey Fenton. 

Sterling — Galvin Hebbard. 

Thompson — George Lamed, Simon Davis. 

Windham — Samuel Perkins, David Young, John 
Baldwin, Henry Huntington, Thomas Gray, Edwards 
Clarke, John Baldwin, jr. 

Woodstock— John McClellan, Ebenezer Stoddard. 
John F. Williams. 

Litchfield County. 
SAMUEL CHURCH, Attorney for the State. 

Litchfield — Asa Bacon, Phineas Miner, Setb P. Beers, 
.tabez W. Huntington, Truman Smith. D. C. Sandford, 
Nathan Cooley, Origen S. Seymour, George Woodruff. 

Bethlem — Joseph H. Bellamy. 

Canaan — William Burrall, Reuben Hunt, Lemau 
Church, John Elmoie, jr. 

Cornwall— George Wheaton. 

Goshen — Nelson Brewster, Birdseye Baldwin. 

Kent — Nathaniel P. Perry, Frederick A. Chittenden. 

New-Hartford— Roger Mills, William G. Williams. 

New Milford— DaVid S. Boardman, Perry Smith. 
Nathaniel Ferry. 



Counsellors and Attornies. 55 

Norfolk— Michael F. Mills. 

Plymouth — Calvin Butler. 

Roxbury — Royal R. Hinman. 

Salisbury — Samuel Church, Philander Wheeler, John 
G. Mitchell, John H. Hubbard. 

Sharon— Ansel Sterling, Cyrus Swan, Charles F* 
Sedgwick, Ebenezer Blackman, William Rockwell. 

Washington — Frederick I. Fenn. 

Water town — Hoi brook Curt Us. 

"Winchester— Joseph Miller, William S. Holabird 
John Boyd. 

Woodbury — Noah B. Benedict, Matthew Miner, Jr. 
John Strong, Jr. Charles B. Phelps, 

Middlesex County, 

SAMUEL INGHAM, Attorney for the State. 

Middletown — Samuel W. Dana, George W. Stanley, 
Elijah Hubbard, Channcey Whittlesey, John L. Lewis 
William Van Deursen, Jonathan Barnes, Jr. Abial A 
Loomis, William L Storrs, Samuel D. Hubbard,, Isaac 
Webb, Stillman K. Wightman, Ebenezer Jackson, Jv. 
Charles C Tyler. 

Haddam — Ely Warner, Smith Clark, Linus Parme 
lee. 

Chatham — Horace Foot. 

East Haddam — William Hungerford, Azel Utley, N. 
L. Foster. 

Killingworth— A. M Bolles. 

Saybrook — Samuel Ingham, Stephen W. Starkey. 

Tolland County. 
JONATHAN BARNES, Attorney for the State. 

Tolland — Jonathan Barnes, Calvin Willey, Elisha 
Stearns, Jeremiah Parish. 

Bolton — Saul Alvord,jr. 

Columbia — Asahel Clarke. 

Ellington — John H. Brockway. 

Hebron — Ralph Gilbert, Amasa G. Porter. 

Mansfield — John Fitch. 

Somers— Walter R. Kibbe, Loren P. Waldo. 

Stafford— Benning Mann, Rodolphus Woodworth 
Stuart Beebe, Aholiab Johnson ? jr, 



5G Sheriffs and Deputies. 

SHERIFFS AND DEPUTIES, 

Hartford County. 

Jeremy Hoadley, Hartford, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 

Hartford, Elijah Chapman, Horace Wadsworth — Btr- 

in, Norris Wilcox — Canton, Ansel Humphreys — East 

Windsor, Jesse Charlton— Enfield, Gilbert Alton— Far- 

mington, Pomroy Strong — Granby, Lemael C.Holcomb 

— Simsbury, Jeffery 0. Phelps — Windsor, Cicert Phelps. 

Chester Adams, Gaoler. 

New-Haven County. 

Charles H. Pond, New-Haten, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs. 
JYeiv>Haven, Erastus Osborne and Mason Ives — WqI* 
iingford, Franklin Cook— Waterbury, Augustus Beebe 
— Meridm* Samuel Yale— Southbury, Wm Hieock — 
Oxford, Horace Candee — Cheshire, Silas Hitchcock— 
Guilford, Reuben Stone. 

Ichabod Taylor, Gaoler. 

New-London County. 

Simeon Smith, New-London, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs. 
New-London, Nathan Raymond — Norwich, Bnrrell 
Lathrop, Frederick Prentice — Co/t7ie*£e> New hall Tain- 
tor — Preston, Samuel M. Downer —Lyme, Lodowick 
Sill — Grolon, Stephen Haley — Stomngion, Zobulon 
ChesebGrough 

Gaoler, 



< N. London, Champlain Lester. 
) Norwich, Augustus Hyde. 

Fairfield County. 



Friend Starr, Danbury, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs. 
Fairfield, Lewis N. Nash — Danbury, Aaron Seeiey— - 
Bridgeport, Asa Benjamin — Monroe, Wm. Wheeler, jr. 



Deputies and Sheriff's. ol 

—Newtown, Herman Warner— JVortialfe, Chas. Isaacs— 
Redding, Ralph Sanford — Stamford, Davis Lockwood- 
Weston, Bradford Winton. 

Gaolers. \ £««WSamuel Beers. 
£ Danbury, Eli Starr. 

Windham County. 

David Keyes, Ashfo d, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 

Jishford, Alfred Clark — Broklyn, Bela P. Spaulding — 

Chaplin, Marvin Richardson — Hampton, William Dur- 

kee, 3d — Plainfield, Geo. Cady — Sterling, John Thurs 

ton — Woodstock, Moses Chandler. 

Wm. Tyler, Gaoler, 

Litchfield County, 

Ozias Seymour, Litchfield, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs. 
Litchfield, Ozias Lewis — Kent, Philo Mills — New- 
Hartford, Tertins Wadsworth — New-Milford, Oliver W, 
Picket — Washington, Cons A. Judson — Woodbury, Na- 
than Preston — Plymouth, John S. Warner— Winchester, 
Gideon Hall — Norfolk, Thomas Curtiss — Salisbury, 
Wm. H. Walton. 

Stephen Deming, Gaoler. 

Middlesex County. 

Gideon Higgins, Mddletotcn, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 

Haddam, David C Hubbard — Chatham, Olmsted 

Gates — East Haddam % Elijah A Bingham — Killingworth . 

Edward Wright — Saybrook, Sidney Btisbnell. 

r , \ Middletoivn Harvey Treadway. 
uaoiers. j Haddam ^ Woah clark 

Tolland County. 

Hiram Rider, Willington, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 
Tolland, Samuel Kent — Hebron, Simeon House — El 
linglou, Daniel Kimball, jr. — Mansfield, Artemas Fletch 
er— Stafford, Joseph Sibley. 

Samuel Kent, Gaoler, 



58 Sessions of Courts. 

SESSIONS OF COURTS* 

SESSIONS OF THE 

United States Courts, in Connecticut/ 

Circuit Court, 

At Hartford— September 17. [\W When the 17lh hap- 
pens on Sunday, the Session eomnieftces on the 
Monday following.] 

At New-Haven — last Wednesday in April. 

Distrift Court, 

At Hartford — 4th Tuesday in May, and 4th Tuesday in 

November. 
At New-Haven — 4th Tuesday in February, and 4th 

Tuesday in August. 



SESSI* NS OF THE 

Supreme Court of Errors, and Superior and 
County Courts in Connecticut. 

Supreme Court of Errors, 

Hartford County— -2d Tuesday in June. 

New-Haven do — The Tuesday following the 4th Tues- 
day in June. 

New-London do — 3d Tuesday in July at Norwich in 
1828; (alternately at N. London and Norwich.) 

Fairfield do — 4th Tuesday in June, at Danbury. 

"Windham do — 4th Tuesday in July. 

Litchfield do — 3d Tuesday in June. 

Middlesex do — 2d Tuesday in July at Middletown. 

Tolland do — The Tuesday following the 4th Tuesday 
in July. 

Superior Court, 

Hartford County — 2d Tuesday in February, and 4th 
Tuesday in September. 

New-Haren do— 3d Tuesday in January, and 2d Tires- 
day in August. 



Sessions of Courts. j9 

New-London do— 4th Taesday in January at Norwich-, 

and 1st Tuesday in October, at New London 
Fairfield do— 4th Tuesday in September at Danbury, 

and last Tuesday in December, at Fairfield. 
Windbam do — 1st Tuesday in January, and 2d Tuesday 

in September 
Litchfield do— 3d Tuesday in February and 3d Tuesday 

in August. 
Middlesex do — 4th Tuesday in February at Middle* 

town, and 4th Tuesday in August at Haddam. 
Tolland do — 3d Tuesday in April and 3d Tuesday in 

October. 

County Courts. 

"Hartford County — 4th Tuesday in March, 2d Tuesday 
in August, and 2d Tuesday in November. 

New-Haven do. — 3d Tuesday in March, 4th Tuesday 
in June, and 4th Tuesday in November. 

New-London do. — 1st Tusday in March, and 2d Tus- 
day in June, at New-London ; 3d Tusday of No- 
vember, at Norwich. 

Fairfield do. — 2d Tuesday in February at Fairfield, 
(This Term alternately at Danbury U Fairfield.) 
3d Tuesday in April, at Fairfield ; 3d Tusday in 
November, at Danbury. 

Windham do. — 3d Tuesday in August, 3d Tuesday in 
March, and 2d Tuesday in December. 

Litchfield do. — 1st Tuesday in April, 4th Tuesday in 
September, and 3d Tuesday in December. 

Middlesex do. — On the Tuesday following the 1st Mon- 
day in April at Haddam ; on the 3d Tuesday in 
October, at Middletown. 

Tolland do.— 4th Tuesday in March, 4th Tuesday in 
August, 4th Tuesday in September, 



60 Commissioners. 

COMMISSIONERS 

Appointed by trie Executive, to take the acknowl- 
edgement and proof of Deed$> fyc* out of 
the State. 

William Maxwell, and Edwin Burr, City and County 

of New-York. 
Bradford R. Wood, City and County of Albany, N.Y7 
John Jay Hinman, Utica, N. York. 
John R. Richmond, Bristol, R. Island 
Ebenezer Jessnp, Jun. Huron County, Ohio. 
George Hebb, Baltimore, Maryland. 
Gurdon Deming, Fayetteville, N Carolina. 
Charles S. Henry, Savannah, Georgia 
John M. Sterling, Cleaveland, Ohio. 
William S.Perkins, Painsville, Ohio. 
Joseph Watson, District of Columbia. 



On Connecticut River. 

on the works of the Union 

Connecticut River* 

John Caldwell, Lemuel White, and James Babcock. 



Commissoners on the works of the Union Company, hi 
Connecticut River* 



On Connecticut River. 

Commissioners on (he works of (he Connecticut River 

Company. 

John S. Peters, Calvin Willey, Martin Wells. 



On Thames River. 

Commissioners on the Thames Channel Company, nomi- 
nated by the Governor, and approved by the Senate, 
Ebenezer Huntington, of Norwich 
Richard Law, of New- London. 
Demson Palmer, of Preston. 



Commissioners. 6 1 

COMMISSIONERS ON ROADS, fcb, 

Appointed by the Senate— May, 1828. 

On Turnpikes. 

No. I Boston Turnpike, Zelotes Long, Calvin Whit 
ncy. 

2. Bridgeport and Newtown Turnpike, Abijah Merit!, 
James B. Fairman. 

3. Canaan and Salisbury Turnpike, Benajah Doughlas$ ; 
Jeremiah Hosford. 

4. Centre Turnpike, Edmund Freeman, Lather Craw 
ford. 

5. Chatham and Marlborough Turnpike, Daniel Bur 
rows, Ebenezer Brockway. 

6 Chesire Turnpike, Lemuel Whitman, Charles H 
Pond. 

7 Chester and North Killingworth Turnpike, Hezekiah 
Canfield, Joshua L'Hommedieu. 

8 Colchester and Chatham Turnpike, Abner Hendee, 
Daniel Burrows. 

9 Colchester and Norwich Turnpike, Charles Thomas 
Abner Hendee. 

10 Columbia Turnpike, John Graves, Zachariah Cone. 

11 Connecticut Tarnpike, Jeremiah Sturges, Charles 
Hawley, 

12 Cornwall and Warren Turnpike, Elijah Hayes, Jus- 
tus Sackett. 

13 Cornwall and Washington Turnpike, Elijah Hays r 
Justus Sackett. 

14 Canaan and Litchfield Turnpike, Wm. M. Burrell, 
Erastus Lyman. 

15 Connecticut and Rhode Island Turnpike, Luther 
Warren, of Ashford, Jchabod Bulkley. 

16 Danbury, and Ridgefield Turnpike, Stephen Hoyt. 
Ru&sel Hoyt. 

17 Durham and East-Guilford Turnpike, Daniel Bur 
rows, Curtis Wilcox. 

18 East Haddam and Colchester Turnpike, Benjamin 
Coit, John DeWitt. 

19 East Middle Turnpike, Jared W. Pardee, Jarne* 
Bishop. 

9 



62 Commissioners. 

20 Essex Turnpike, Samuel Ingham, Jedediah Post. 

21 Farmington River Turnpike, Lent Benham, Arab 
Phelps. 

22 Fairfield, Redding and Weston Turnpike, Abel 
Hoyt, John Hull. 

23 Fair Haven Turnpike, Charles H. Pond, Jedediah f 
Harris. 

24 Goshen and Sharon Turnpike, Urial T uttle, Harlow 
Filer. 

25 Granby Turnpike, Jeffery O. Phelps, Daniel B. Hoi 
comb. 

26 Green Wood's Turnpike, Gideon Hall, Grove Pin- 
ney. 

27 G'roton and Stonington Turnpike, Charles Bulkley. 
Amos Gallup. 

28 Guilford and Durham Turnpike, Abel Rosiler, Rich- I 
ard Robinson. 

29 Haddam and Durham Turnpike, John Swathe!!, 
Charles Arnold. 

30 Hartford and New-Haven Turnpike, Charles H 
Pond, Luther Beckley. 

31 Hartford and New-London Turnpike, James Mitch- 
ell, Henry Kilbourn. 

32 Hartford, Tolland, Windham and New-London 
Counties Turnpike, Leonard Hendee, Stephen Tracy. 

33 Hartford and Tolland Turnpike, George M. Hyde, 
Selah Webster. 

34 Hebron and Middle H^ddara Turnpike, Ralph 
Smith, John Graves. 

35 Housatonic Turnpike, Charles H. Pond, Peter Tom 
lin'son. 

36 £illing\vorth and Haddam Turnpike, Jared Elliot. 
Jedediah Harris. 

37 Litchfield and Cornwall Turnpike, Lewis Peck. 
Daniel Hall. 

38 Litchfield and Harwinton Turnpike, Calvin Butler^ 
Abel Catlin, 2d. 

39 Litchfield and New-Milford Turnpike, Selah Rich- 
mond, Abel Hine. 

40 Middlesex Turnpike, James Babcock, Daniel Bui 
rows. 

41 Middletown and Berlin Turnpike, Josiah Atwoo<. 
Daniel Burrows. 

42 Middletown and Durham Turnpike, Joshua Stow, 
Charles H. Pond. 



Commissioners. 63 

43 Middletown and Meriden Turnpike, Joshua Stow, 
Daniel Burrows. 

44 Mohigan Turnpike, James Rogers, Adam Larrabee. 

45 Monroe and Zoar Bridge Turnpike, Jesse S. Brad 
ley, Abram D. Baldwin. 

46 New-Millord and Roxbury Turnpike, Selah Rich- 
mond, Abel Hine. 

47 Norwich and Salem Turnpike, Stephen Meacb, 
Jonathan Brewster. 

48 New Karen and Derby Turnpike, Charle9 H. Pond, 
Sheldon Curtis. 

49 New Haven and Milford Turnpike, Cha's H. Pond, 
Giles Mansfield. 

50 New London and Lyme Turnpike, James Mitchell, 
Christopher Griffing 

51 New London and Windham Counties Turnpike, 
John Breed, Joseph Eaton. 

52 New Milford and Sherman Turnpike, Daniel A, 
Pickett, Ichabod Noble. 

53 New Preston Turnpike, Samuel Leavett, Eliphalet 
Tomlinson. 

54 Northfield Turnpike, Aaron Sanford, jr. Jessup 
Wakernan. 

o5 Norwalk and Danhury Turnpike, Joseph Darling, 
Isaac H Seeley. 

56 Norwich and Woodstock Turnpike, Eraslus Lester, 
James McLellan. 

57 Oxford Turnpike, Charles H Pond, Noyes Darling. 
&S Pettipaug and Guilford Turnpike, Samuel Ingham, 

Nathaniel Griffin. 

59 Pine's Bridge Turnpike, Nathaniel Richardson, John 
Buckingham. 

X30 Providence Turnpike, Benjamin E. Palmer, Thom- 
as Backus 

61 Rimmon Falls Turnpike, Charles H. Pond. Noyes 
Darling. 

62 Salem and Hamburg Turnpike, Samuel Ingham, 
Ebenezer Brockway. 

63 Sharon and Cornwall Turnpike, Erastus Lyman, 
Daniel Hall. 

64 Stafford Mineral Spring Tarnpike, John J. Moulton , 
Nathaniel Newell. 

35 Still River Tumruke, Joseph Miller, Launcek ■ 
Phelp? : * l 



64 Commissioners. 

66 Soutbington h Waterbury turnpike, Sylvester Nor- 
ton, Cyrus Clark 

67 Sandybrook turnpike, Gideon Hall, Ezra Doolittle. 

68 Straits turnpike, Charles H Pond, Morris WoodrufT 

69 Talcott Mountain turnpike, James M Goodwin, Geo. 
C. Kellogg. 

70 Thompson turnpike, Stephen Holmes, Simeon Da- 
vis 

71 Tolland County turnpike, Eliphalet Young, Daniel 
Moulton 

72 Torrington turnpike, Samuel Seymour; Stephen 
Filer 

73 Tolland and Mansfield turnpike, Calvin Manning. 
Orrin Holt 

74 Washir»gton turnpike, Constantino McMahon, Har- 
mon Hine 

75 Windham and Coventry turnpike, Abner Robinson, 
Erastus Lester 

76 Windhnm and Mansfield turnpike, Amasa Hyde, 
William Rice 

77 West Middle turnpike, Nehemiah C Sanford, Abi- 
jah B Curtiss 

78 Windham and Brooklyn turnpike, Ebenezer Stod- 
dard, Asa May 

79 Woodstock and Somers turnpike, William Rice 5 Na- 
ihan Austin 

SO Waterbury River turnpike, Jonathan Coe, jr., John 

Buckingham 
81 Wolcottville urnpike, Urial Tuttle, Horace Higley. 
32 Weston turnpike, Aaron Santord, jr., Oliver C. San 

ford 



On Bridges. 
No 1 Niantic bridge, Moses Warren. Adam Larabee. 

2 Hartford bridge, Lemuel White, James Goodwin. 
Jeremy Hoadlev 

3 Norwich ,and Preston bridge, Erastu9 Coit, Elias 
Brown, Jonathan Brewster 

4 Mystic bridge, Roswell Fish, Asa Fish. 

5 Tomlinson's bridge, Charles H. Pond Noyes Darling 
G Bridgeport bridge Robert Fairchild. John Hull. 

7 Washington bridge, Charles H. Pond, James H. IJns- 
lev. 



Commissioners. 66 

-4 Leavenworth's bridge, John Wheeler, William Hin 
man 

9 Zoar bridge, Gideon Judson, Samuel Wheeler. 

10 Bennett's bridge, Benjamin Hard, Jacob Beers. 

11 Hawlev's bridge, Waii S. Northrop, Czar, Nearing. 

12 New-Milford Toll-bridge, Nathan Gaylord, Daniel 
Gaylord. 

13 Bull's Falls bridge, Nathan Gaylord, Daniel Gay- 
lord. 

14 Pratt's bridge, Nathan Gaylord, D*niel Gaylord. 

15 Fuller's bridge, Nathan Gaylord, Daniel Gaylord. 

16 Union bridge, Abijah Merit, Henry Burns. 



On Ferries. 
No 1 Derby ferry, at ihe Narrows, Charles H. Pond, 
Philip Saunders 

2 New-London ferry, James Mitchell, Charles Buckley, 

3 Gales' ferry, Ralph Hurlburt, Elisna M.Comsiock. 

4 Chapman's ferry, Benjamin Hurd, Joshua L'Homme- 
dieu. 

5 Warner's ferrv, Ebenezer Brockwav, Hezekiah Can- 
field. 

6* Higganum ferry, Benjamin Hurd, Joshua L'Homme 
dieu. 

7 East Haddam ferry, Benjamin Hurd, Joshua L'Hom- 
medieu 

8 Middle Haddam Landing ferry, Benjamin Hurd- 
Cheves Brainard. 

9 Essex ferry, Ebenezer Brockvvay, Jedediah Post. 

10 Rocky Hill ferry, Marvin Dayton. Henry Bulkley. 

11 Pratt's ferry, Samuel B Woodward, Joseph Wells 

12 Keraney's ferry, Samuel B Woodward, Joseph Wells, 

13 King's ferry, Jabez Collins, Apollus Fuller. 

14 East-Windsor Ferry, at the mouth of Scantic River, 
John Watson, Henry Sill. 

15 East- Windsor Ferry, at Warehouse Point, John 
Watsoa, Henry Sill. 

16 Enfield and Suffield, or Lovejoy's Ferry, Jabez Col- 
lins, Apollus Fuller. 

17 Saybrook Ferry, James Mitchell, Noves Barber, 
John P. Trott. 

19 Haddam Island Ferry, Benjamin Hurd, Charles Ar 
nold. 



36 



Surveyors — Electors, &c. 



SURVEYORS. 

GEORGE GILLET, Surveyor General— Hebron 

Deputy Surveyors. 
DANIEL ST. JOHN, Hartford County, Hartford. 
NOYES DARLING New-Haven, do. Woodbridge. 
MOSES WARREN, New-London, do. Lyme, 
BENJAMIN HOYT, Fairfield do. Danbury. 

LEMUEL INGALLS, Windham do. Pomfret 
WILLIAM M. BURRALL, Litchfield do Canaau. 
EDWIN F. JOHN ON, Middlesex do. Middletowc 



Votes of the several Counties in this State, as 
given for Electors of President and Vice Presi- 
dent, and on the Resolution for amending the 
Constitution. 



Counties. 

Hartford County. 
New Haven do 
New London 
Fairfield 
Windham 
Litchfield 
Middlesex 
Tolland 




s* 


Amendment 




of the 


n 


Constitution 


s 


Yes. 


No. 


1273 


2149 


1327 


234 


1403 


630 


908 


914 


1533 


384 


657 


1451 


256 | 


707 


631 


505 


1514 1153 


373 


642 


449 


515 


644 


699 


4448 


8630 


7873 



Electors of President and Vice President — Sylvester 
Norton, Rufus Hitchcock, Moses Warren, Charles Hawley , 
Roger Taintor, Homer Boardman, George Pratt, Walter 
R. Kibbe. 



Militia. ' 67 

MILITIA. 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

GIDEON TOMLINSON, Captain General, and Com 
mander in Chief. 
Col. Solomon Porter, > .., ~ rown 

Col. Wm. W. BoardmIn, I Aids De Camp. 

HIS HONOR. 

JOHN S. PETERS, Lieuteuant General. 
Major Hugh Peters, > ... D c 

Major Charles Post, ] Aids De Camp. 

Major General George Cowles, Adjutant Genera! 
Colonel Michael Olcott, Quarter Master General. 
Colonel James Ward, Commissary General. 
Major Hezekiah Goddard, Pay-Master General. 



GOVERNOR'S GUARDS. 

1st Company, Horse. 

James Goodwin, Major Commandant. 
Benjamin H- Norton, Capt. and 1st Lieut 
Elisha Lattimer, 2nd Lieut. 
Thomas H. Marshall, Cornet. 
Quarter Master. 

2d Company, Horse. 

Joshua Barnes, Major Commandant. 
Byard Barnes, Capt. and 1st Lieut. 
Jared Barnes. 2d do. 
James M. Ford, Cornet. 
Calvin Downs, Quarter Master. 

1st Company, Foot. 

Georgt Putnam, Major Commandant. 
Jonathan Goodwin, Capt. and 1st Lieut 
Haynes L. Porter, 2d Lieut. 
FlavelGoldthwait, 3d do. 
John W. Bull, 4th do. 
Samuel M. Collins, ensign. 



68 Mititia. 

2d Company, Foot. 

Leverett Caudee, (Major Commandant 
James E. Hotchkis3, Capt. and 1st Lieut 
Eli W Blake, 2d do. 
Samuel H. Drake, 3d do. 
John Merriman, 4th do. 
Andrew Benton, Ensign. 



INFANTRY. 



First Division. 

Consisting of the first and second Brigades 

Dennis Kimberly, Major General. 

Major William M. Smith, > A|dsDe CtmD 

Major William W. Tudor, $ A,ds De Camp ' 

Lieut. Col. George Spalding, Division Inspector. 

Major George C. Goddard, Division Quarter-Master 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Comprising 1st, 6th, 14th, 17th and 25th Regt. Infantry 
and 1st and 4th R«gt. Cavalry. 

Ezra Adams, jr Brigadier General. 

Daniel P Hopkins, Brigade Maj. and Inspector 

Elizur D. Adams, Aid De Camp. 

First Regiment, 

Richard Niles, Colonel. 

William Hayden. Lieut. Colonel 

Thomas Roberts, Major. 

James Sheldon, Adjutant. 

Cicero Phelps, Quarter Master. 

Whiting H Hollister, Pay Master. 

Vacant. Chaplain. 

Charles Woodward, Surgeon. 

Samuel W. Brown, Surgeon's Mate 

Vacant. Sergeant Major. 

Vacant. Quarter Master Sergeant. 
1st Flank Company, Hezekiah Davis, captain — Ezra 
3. Hamilton, lieutenant — Jeremiah T. Beebe, ensign. 

2d do. Ralph Wells, captain — Josiah W. Griswold 
lieutenant — Erastus Lattimer, ensign 



Militia. Git 

1st Battalion Company, James S. Ruggles, captain- 
Chester G. Birge, lieutenant— Charles Aberuethy, en 
sign. 

2d do. Allen S. Slillman, captain — Timothy Wil- 
liams, lieutenant — John Munn, ensign. 

3d do. Levi B. Churchill, captain — Jacob Griswold, 
lieutenant — John Hanmer, ensign. 

4th do. James Loomis, 3d. captain — Edward Drake 
lieutenant — Oliver W. Mills, ensign. 

6th do Bildad Rowley, captain — Hiram Roberta 
lieutenant — Nelson Fuller, ensign. 

6th do. Marcus Griswold, captain — Dryden Hoi 
comb, lieutenant — Bradford Griswold, ensign. 

1st Rifle Company, Elisha Harrington, captain — John 
p. Jones, lieutenant—Ralph Goodwin, ensign. 

'Sixth Regiment. 
John C, Pratt, Colonel. 
Levi Coe, Lt. Colonel. 
Amos Miller, Major. 
George VV. Jewett, Adjutant. 
M. S, Harrison, Quarter Master. 
W. S. Nichols, Pay Master. 
Walter Colton, Chaplain. 
Henry Holmes, Surgeon. 
T. N. Parmele, Surgeon's Male. 
A. W. Camp, Sergeant Major. 
Edwin Shumway, Qr. Master Sergeaut. 
Samuel G. Wilcox, Drum Major. 

Lewis, Fife Major. 

1st. Battalion Company. — Lysis Lamb, captain — Wai 
Bulkley, lieutenant — Aaron Welden, ensign. 

2d. do- — Gaylord Newton, captain— A. M. G. Elliott,, 
lieutenant — Charles Mil!«r, ensign. 

3d. do. -Bulkley Whitmore, captain — E. Sears, lieu- 
lenant — Z. C. Young, ensign. 

4th do. — Bethuel Roberts, captain — Albish DoolitlIe ; 
lieutenant — Charles Griswold, ensign. 

5th do. — Hiram A Penfield, captain— Charles J. 
Shepard, lieutenant — Wm. P. Southmayd, ensign. 

6th. do.— Miclia Sill, captain— William H. Niles, lien 
tenant — Wait Robbins, ensign. 

7th do. — Walter W. Bulkley, captain — James Roi^ 
bias, lieutenant— Daniel Hubbard, ensign. 
10 



70 Militia. 

1st Ttiflt Company — John Wyse, captain— Warren 
Coles, lieutenant— William Bulkley, ensign. 

2d. do. — Peris Sturtevant, captain— Noah Robinson,, 
lieutenant— Elias B, Meigs, ensign. 

3d do. — Samuel Wilcox, jr., captain — Jonathan Pen- 
tield, jr., lieutenant — James W. White, ensign. 

4th. do. — Ebenezer Post, captain — Henry Smith, 
'ieutenant— Lemuel White, Jr., ensign. 

Fourteenth Regiment. 
Chester Grannis, Colonel. 
Solomon S. Flagg, Lieut. Col. 
Francis Hart, IVjajor. 
Eli Moore, Adjutant 
David L. Ogden, Chaplain. 
Thomas Brace, Quarter Master. 
Lorenzo P. Lee, Pay Master. 
Julius S. Barnes, Surgeon. 
Henry C. Hart, Surgeon's Mate. 
Ira Stanley, jr Sergeaut Major 
Cyrus Root, Quarter Master. 
Ebenezer Bevins, Fife Major. 
Leonard Winship, Drum Major. 
1st. Flank Company. Roswell Moore, jr. captain- 
Carlos Curtiss, lieutenant — Eli Moore, ensign 

2d do. John H. Cooke, captain — Erastus Scott, lieu- 
tenant — Sidney Woodruff, ensign. 

3d do- Joseph S. PecK, captain— Sheldon Sperry, 
lieutenant — Billings Hill, ensign. 

1st Battalion Company. Edward Tillotson, captain — 
Elijah O.Gridley, lieutenant — James W. Cowles, ensign. 
2d do. John Lee, jr. captain — Seth Hooker, lieuten- 
ant — Norris Peck, ensign. 

3d do. Norman Hart, captain— George W. South- 
v;orth, lieutenant — Geo. Francis, ensign. 

4th do. Elijah Darrow, captain — remainder vacant. 
5th do. James F. G. Andrews, captain — Oliver An- 
drews, lieutenant — Hiram Smith, ensign. 

6th do. Timothy Woodruff, captain — Geo. Butler, lieu- 
tenant — Ralph G. Wells, ensign. 

7th do. Zerah Woodford, captain— racant — Oliver 
Tillotson, ensign. 

8th do Freeman Smith, captain— Ruel Palmiter, lifo 
fenent— Wm. Bull, ensign. 



Militia. - 71 

Seventeenth Regiment 

Isaac Phelps, Colonel, 
lames Cornish, Lieut. Colonel. 
Dahiel B. Holcorab, Major. 
George C. Owen, Adjutant. 
Alfred Owen, Quarter Master. 
William C- Gay, Pay Master. 
Rev Allen M'Lean, Chaplain. 
H. N. Wilcox, Surgeon. 
Ethan S, Collins, Surgeon's Mate. 
Alonzo Phelps, Serjeant Major. 
Horatio N. Case, Quarter Master Sergeant. 
Orrin Kendal, Drum Mnjor. 
Almon Gillet, Fife Major 
Is* Flank Company, Henry Wright, captain — Wai, 
H. Owen, lieutenant — Phineas Harman, ensign. 

2d do. Rolan Hayes, captain— Chester Hayes, lieu- 
tenant — Willis Clemons, ensign. 

1st Battalion Company, Virgil Pettibone, captain— 
Obed Higley, lieutenant— Horace Fuller, ensign. 

2d do. Warren Lewis, captain— Alfred Austin, lieu- 
tenant. 

3d do. Moses Ensign, captain— Noah Hoskins, lieu 
tenant — Benoni B. Bacon ensign. 

4th do. Charles T. Hillyer, captain — Lot Pinney, 
lieutenant — Madison Cowles, ensign. 

5th do. Luther Higley, captain — Heman Hambler, 
lieutenant — George Mills, ensign 

6ih do. Artemas King, captain — Milton Owen, lieu- 
tenant,— J Phelps, ensign. 

7th do. Elam Kendall, captain — Justin Hayes, lieu 
tenant — Anson N. Holcomb, ensign. 

8th do. George Viets, captain — Joel C. Holcomb, 
lieutenant — Gaylord G. Holcomb, ensign. 

9th do. Ansel Humphrey, captain — Chester Moses, 
lieutenant — Uriah Hoskins, ensign. 

10th do. William Selby, captain— Almon Holcomb r 
lieutenant. 



Militia. 



Twenty-fifth Regiment. 

S. Blish, Colonel. 
3. L. Pitkin, Lieut. Col. 
Harvey Holkins, Major. 
Joseph Ellsworth, Adjutant. 
N.*C. Pitkin, Quarter Master, 
Oliver D Boyd, Pay Master. 
S. F. Reiddel, Chaplain. 
Kenrv K. Webster, Surgeon. 
H Watson, Surgeon's Mate. 
Walter Francis Sergeant Major. 
S. P. Church, Quarter Master Sergeant. 
S. Stocking, Fife Major 
Ch*3ter Hills, Drum Major. 
1st Flank <ompany. Hiram Strong, captain — vacant 
-George D Woodruff, ensign. 
14 Battalion Corkpa \y. Benoni O. King, captain — 
Francis Stoupbton, 'ieutenant — Sanford Grant ensigu. 

2d. do. George Hale, captain — Gideon Wells, Lieu- 
tenant — Henry House, Ensign. 

3d. do. Elnha Risley, jr. captain — Charles Forbs, 
lieutenant — Horace Forbs, ensign. 

4ih do. Eli Pitkin, captain — Joseph Bidwell lieuten- 
ant — Francis Keeney. ensign. 

5th do, Vacant — John B Chapman, Lieutenant — 
Charles Clark, ensign 

* 6th do. Chauncey Goodale, captain — William White, 
Iieutenant--Arnold Keeney, ensign 

7th do. Jesse Loveland, captain — Howell W. Brown, 
lieutenant — H. T. Horton, ensign 

8th do Allen Hammond, captain-— Sanford Grant, 
lieutenant — Sylvester Glasier, ensign. 

lit Rifle, Company. Levi Wells, captain— Samuel 
Crane, lieutenant— Eli Gillet, ensign. 

2d do. Grove Hollister, captain — George Hunt, lieu- 
fenant- — Norman Bucklcnd, ensign. 



Militia. 

CAVALRY. 

First Regimen I 

Miles Foot, Colonel. 

Jeremy Bliss, Major. * 

Ebenezei Pinney, Adjutant 

Elisha Peck, Qr Master. 

William Isnam Paymaster. 

Rev. N. B. Wheaton, Chaplin. 

John Chubbuck, Surgeon. 

Edwin P Terry, Surgeon's Mate. 

WyllysKing, Sergeant Major. 

Samuel Clark. Qr. Master Sergeant. 
First Company. --John R. Tyler, captain ; Oliver C 
Phelps, Jr. 1st lieutenant ; Robert Wilcox Jr., 2d do. 
Zelotes A, Phelps, cornet. 

2d. do.— Frederick Marsh, captain ; Asahel C. Stile? 
1st. lieutenant ; Frederick W Grant, 2d do. ; James 
A. Thompson, cornet. 

3d. do. Orrin Holt, captain ; Lyman Colburn, 1st 
lieutenant ; Chauncy Paul, 2d lieutenant ; Orrin Dim 
ock, cornet. 

4th do. Vacant, captain ; Levi Bullen, 1st lieutenant . 
David McCray, 2d do ; Elenzer Pinney, corner 



Fourth Regiment. 

Richard B Bailey, Colonel. , 

Chauncey Ro we, Major. 

N. W. Stanley, Adjutant. 

Ebenezer M Cowles, Quarter Master. 

Charles A Goodrich, Chaplain. 

Joseph W Alsop jr. Pay Master. 

Zepbaniaa Swiff, Surgeon. 

Hubbell W. Risley, Surgeon's Mate. 

Tenna W. Atkins, Sergeant Major. 

Willis Wilcox, Quarter Master Sergeant 
, 1st. Company. Elihu Plumb, captain ; Daniel 
Bacon, 1st lieutenant ; Sylvester Hall, 2d lieutenant 
Sylvester Hubbard, cornet. 
2d. do. Urban Woodruff, captain ; Alpheus Wood- 
iff, 1st lieutenant; Wm. Rich, 2d lieutenant; Theodo. 
sius Clark, cornet. 
3d do. Enoch Cornwall, captain ; Chauncey Porter 



74 Militia. 

1st lieutenant ; Cbauncey Cornwell, 2d lieutenant ; 
William G. Rowe, cornet. 

4(h do. John Ellis, captain ; Olcott Cheney, 1st lien 
Ineant ; Robert Robbins, 2d lieutenant ; vacant. 



SECOND BRIGADE. 

assisting of the 2d, 7th, 10th, and 22d, Regiments In 
fantry. 
Walter Boolh,*Brigadier General. 
Vacant, Aid-de-Camp 

Frederick A. White, Brigade Major k Inspector. I 
Edwin R.Yale, Brigade Qr. Master. 

Second Regiment. 

Samuel Potter, Colonel 
Amos Thomas, Lt Colonel. 
Charles Nicoli, Major. 
Ruel Rowe, Adjutant. 
Isaac H. Townsend, Quarter Master. 
Avery C. Babcoek, Pay Master. 
Francis T. Jarman, Sergeant Major. 
Cyrus Manville, Quarter Master Sergeant 
Asa M Train, Chaplain 
Josiah M. Colburn, Surgeon. 
Jeremiah J. Dennison, Surgeon's Mate. 
Albert Ailing, Fife Major. 
Jesse S. Pardee, Drum Major. 
1st Flank Company, Alfred Malletf, Captain ; Wm. 
Fowler, Lieutenant ; William A. Prindle, Ensign. 

2d do, Vacant, Captain ; Vacant, Lieutenant; John 
II. Colpy. Ensign. 

1st Battalion Company, Vacant Captain ; Nathan C. 
Munson, Lieutenant ; Merit Macumber, Ensign. 

2d do, John L. Lambert, Captain ; David Camp, 
Lieutenant *, Edward Brown, Ensign. 

3d do, James B Goble, Captain ; Charles Thomp- 
son, Lieutenant ; Vacant, Ensign. 

4th, do Vacant, Captain ; Oliver B. Sherwood Lieu- 
tenant ; William A. Prindle, Ensign. 

5th do, Ruel Andrews, Captain ; John Hemming 
way. Lieutenant ; William T. Landcraft, Ensign. 



Militia. 

i5th do Sherman Buckingham, Captain ; Calvin Lew 
«BWortb, Lieutenant ; Lewis Davis, Ensign. 

7th do, Daniel L. Holbrook, Captain ; Garret Smith 
Liutenant ; Alra Butinel, Ensign. 

8th do, Vacant Captain ; Lyman Manviile, Lieuten. 
ant ; Eleazer Sperry, Ensign. 

Rifle Company, Calvin Beacb, Captain ; Isaac F 
Speiry, Lieutenant ; Josiah Boardman, Ensign. 

Seventh Regiment. 

Robert C. Peters, Colonel. 
Selden Huntington, Lieutenant Colonel 
Stephen Johnson, Major. 
Mason Holmes, adjutant. 
Sedley Snow, quarter master. 
Ambrose Webb pay master. 
Sylvester Selden, chaplain. 
Ulysses Mather, surgeon. 
Reuben Minor, surgeon's mate. 
Henry Sbipman, sergeant major 
Frederck W. Williams, quarter master sergeant 
Henry Sanford, fife major. 
Onin Shaler, drum major. 
1st Flank Company, Buckminster B. Elderkin, cap 
tain ; Samuel Buell, second lieutenant; David Dibbit 
ensign. 

2d do, Hezekiah Child, captain ; Ansel Smith, lieu- 
tenant > B. Bonfoy, ensign. 

1st Battalion Company, John L. Whittlesey, captain ; 
Samuel Sanford, lieutenant ; Alanson Ingham, ensign 
2d do, Daniel M.Tyler, Captain; Vacant, lieutenant ; 
Oliver P. Smith, ensign. 

3d do, Jerry Parmelee, captain ; Jedediah Stone : 
lieuteuaut; Juiius Dudley, ensign. 
4th do, no returns. 

5tb do, Sidney Bushnell, captain ; Joel M. Pratt, 
lieutenant ; Thomas Denison, ensign. 

6th do, Aaron Stevens, captain ; Charle3 Platts, iieu 
tenant ; Charles L'Hommedieu, ensign. 

7th do. Noah Shipman, captain; Charles Daniels, 
lieutenant; Edward S. Shipman, ensign. 

8th do, Selden Gladwin, captain ; Alvin Bailey, lieu 
tenant ; Lyman Burr ; ensign. 

Rifle Company, Asa P. Williams, captain ; John Dted 
aisau, lieutenant ; Robert F. Dennison, ensign 



P . Militia. 

Tenth Regiment 

lehabod L. Scranton, Colonel. 
Levi Rose, jr- Lieul. Colonel. 
Wiliiain P. Brooks, Major. 
Timothy V. Meigs, Adjutant. 
Henry Scranton, Quarter Master. 
Vacant. Pay Master. 
Charles I. Hinsdale, Chaplain. 
Joel Canfield, Surgeon. 
Willoughby L.Lag, Surgeon's Mate 
Howell Merriman, Sergeant Major 
Wiliiain Evarts, Quarter Master Sergeant, 
Edward Thompson, Fife Major. 
Jonathan C. Smith, Drum Major. 
Flank Company, Samuel Williams, captain — Wart 
ohnsonj lieutenant — Medad W. Munson, ensign. 
1st Battalion Company, George Barilett, captain- 
ftussel Benton, lieutenant— Vacant. Ensign. 

2d do. Leander P»rmalee, captain — Lyman Hall 
lientenant — Daniel Hand, ensign. 

3d do. Samuel P. Russell, captain— Eber Beach 
lieutenant — Benjamin L. Carter, ensign. 

4lh do, Eliada Sanford, captain— David T. Bishop 
lieutenant — Alfred Tharp, ensign. 

5th do. Vacant. captain— Orrin H. Dowd, lieuten- 
ant — Frederick L. Wheaton, ensign. 

6th do. Vacant, captain— George Rose, lieutenant- 
Senjamin Page, jr. ensign. 

7th do. Victor Fowler, captain — Nathaniel Bartlelt. 
teulenant — Vacant, ensign. 

8th do. Augustus Bishop, captain— Peter Coan, lieu- 
K^nant — Frederick T. Field, ensign. 

9th do. Vacaat. captain — Jonathan C. Fowler, !ieu 
^nant — Philander Cook, ensign. 

Twenty -Second Regiment, 

John Foster, Colonel. 
Alvin Sperry, Lieut. Colonel 
Obauncey Root, Major. 
Lucius Tuttle, jr Adjutant. 
Francis A. Gale , Quarter Master 
George Foster, Pay Master. 
Jfoel II Guy, Sergeant Major 



Militia. ?•- 

. Naihan Booth, Quarter Master Sergeant. 
Joseph Whiting, Chaplain 
Samuel Hawley, Surgeon 
Edward Fields, Surgeon's Mate. 
Charles Leonard, Drum Major. 
Giles Hotchkiss, Fife Major. 
Is/ Flank Company, Vacant, captain — Lauren Fti 
oie, lieutenant — Enoch W. Frost, ensign. 

2d do. Alfred Doolittle, captain — William HotcbkiV 
lieutenant — George W. Hicks, ensign. 

1st Battalion Company, John S. Kingsbury, captain 
—Hiram Upson, lieutenant — Charles C. Judd, ensign. 
2d do. Joel Morse, 2d. captain — John Barnet, lieu 
tenant — Lemuel D. Bradley, ensign. 

3d do. Vacant, captain — Enos H, Curtiss, lieuten- 
ant — Eli C. Birdseye, ensign. 

4tbdo. Vacant, captain — Garry Atkins, lieutenant 
—David S. Bailey, ensign. 

5th do, ElishaM. Stevens, captain— -Linas Stevens, 
lieutenant — Erastus W. Hoadley, ensign. 

6th do. — David M. Hotchkiss, captain, Andrew 
Smith, lieutenant, Franklin D. Benham, ensign. 

7th do. Oliver S. Chatfield, captain — Chauncey Spei 
ry, lieutenant — Zaman Sperry, ensign. 

8th do. Russel Ailing, captain — Marcus Goody ea \ 
lieutenant — Griswold 1. Gilbert, ensign. 

Second Division. 

Consisting of the third, and fifth Brigades. 

Amariah Kibbe, jr. Major General. 
Major Ebeaezer Clark, j ^ de Camp 

Lieut. Col. George L. Perkins, Division Inspector 
Major William P. Cleavland, jr. Division Qr, IVfeste 

THIRD BRIGADE. 

Consisting of the 3d, 8th, 18th, and 20tb, Regiment^ 
John D. Mason, Brigadier General. 
Horatio N. Tracy, Brigade Major and Inspect 

TNo return of Staff Officers.] 

11 



Militia. 

Third Regiment. 

Seth P. Lathrop, Colonel. 
Ezra Chappell Lieuttnant ColoneJ 
[No further Return.] 



. Eighth Regiment. 

Ezra Hewit, Colonel. 
Isaac W. Geer, Lt. Colonel. 
Vacant, Major. 

Thomas W. Williams, Adjutanf. 
Samuel B. Wheeler, Qr. Master. 
Wm. R. Wheeler, Pay Master: 
Ira Hart, Chaplin. 
William Hyde, Surgeon. 
Thomas P. Wattles, Surgeon's Male. 
Paul M. Noyes Sergeant Major. 
Benjamin Browning, Qr. Master Sergeant 
Samuel A, Newton, Fife Major. 
Noyes Holmes, Drum Major. 
1st. Flank Company. — Edwin Chester, eaplain 
Erastus Gallup, lieutenant ; Vacant, ensign. 

2d do. --Allen Wheeler, captain ; Charles W. Thomp- 
son, lieutenant ; William S. Peabody, ensign 

1st Battalion Company. Vacant, captain ; John 

Smith, lieutenant ; Vacant, ensign 

2d do. — Hadlai Fisk, captain ; Benjamin Haley, lieu 
tenant ; Giles Haley, ensign 

3d. do. — Charles P. Browning, captain ; Oliver P. 
Grant, lieutenant ; Vacant, ensign 

4th do. -—Benjamin Gallup, captain ; Wm. Douglass 
lieutenant ; George Davis, ensign 

6th do. — Ebenezer Gallup, captain ; Jefferson Lamh. 
lieutenant ; I£lias B. Avery, ensign 

6th do.— Benjamin F. Pendleton, captain ; George 
W. Noyes, lieutenant ; Elias Badcock, ensign 

7th do. ---Dudley R. Wheeler, captain ; Frank II 
Wheeler, lieutenant ; Charles G. Session, ensign 

8th do.— Alden Palmer, captain j Wm. Cleft, tieuten 
?int ; Alex'r. Palmer, ensign 

Rifle Company. — Samuel W. Wood, captain ; Joshua 
Whiting, Hentenant: Latham H. Aver, ensign 



Militia. 79 



Eighteenth Regiment, 

Joseph Tilden, Colonel 
Benjamin L'Hommedieu, Lt. Colonel 
James Roatn, Major 
Win. L'Hommedieu, Adjutant 
Frederick Prentice, Qr. Master 
George Kingsley, Pay Master 
Edward Bull, Chaplain 
Klisha Hutchinson, Surgeon 
William S. Tyler, Surgeon's Mate 
Joseph Tewit. Serg'f. Major 
William Prentice, Qr. Master Serg't. 
Howlet H. Hazen, F\U Major 
Asa Manning, Drum Major 
1st Flank Company. — Isaac Miner, captain ; Daniel 
Wilber, lieutenant ; Vacant, ensign 

2d do. — John Wattles, captain ; Edmund Harding, 
lieutenant ; John Beaumont, ensign. 

1st Battalion Company. — Samuel Rogers, captain ; 
John Dunham, lieutenant ; Frances C. Bushnell, en- 
sign 

2d do.— John B. Crary, captain ; Isaac H. Cook, lieu- 
tenant ; James S. Treat, ensign. 

3d do.— Jobu C. Randal, captain ; Joseph King, lieu- 
tenant ; Edward Y. Thomas, ensign 

4th do. — Pelatiah Armstrong, captain ; Frank Hub^ 
bard, lientenant ; Vacant, ensign 

5th do.— Samuel Cook, captain ; James Leonard, 
lieutenant; Archibald Fry, ensign 

6th do. Nathaniel B. Adams, captain ; Joshua Burn- 
ham, lieutenaut ; Elijah Benjamin, ensign 

7th do. Phineas Crumb, captain ; Lyman L. La- 
tham, lieutenant ; Vacant, ensign. 

8th do. Ezra Hyde, captain ; Orsnel Johnson, lieu 
tenant ; Seth Whifing, ensign 

1st Rifle Company. Moses C. Lester, captain; 

Charles L Meech, lieutenant ; Tacant, ensign. 

-2d do.— Win. Smith, captain ; John P. Huntington 
lieutenant ; Samuel L. Hyde, ensign 



W' Militia* 

Twentieth Regiment, 

John T. Peters, Colonel. 
Hezekiah M. Selden, Lt. Colonel 
Benjamin M. Trumbull, Major 
Lyman G. Morgan, Adjutant 
Solomon L. Gillet, Qr. Master. 
Albert B. Isham, Pay Master. 
Roger B. Isham, Chaplin 
Ezekiel W. Parson, Surgeon 
Royal Kingsbury, Surgeon's Mate 
Stephen B. Fuller, Sergent Major 
Wm. H. Child, Qr Master Sergeant 
William Phelps, Fife Major 
Horace Brown, Drum Major. 
1st Flank Zompany.— Vacant, captain; Levi Mitch- 
ell, lieutenant , Eben'r. Pelton, ensign 

2d do.— Nathan Smith, captain ; Ela A. Mack, lieu 
tenant; George A. Gillet, ensign. 

1st Battalion Company.— Socrates Chester, captain : 
Timothy Holmes, lieutenant ; Oren Warner, ensign. 

2d do. -Vacant, captain ; Vacant lieutenant ; Va : 
^ant, ensign 

3d do.— Vacant, captain ; Theodore H Arnold ; lieu 
tenant; Vacant, ensign 

4th do. — Ogdeu Lord, captain ; Thomas Gibson, 
?ieutenaBt ; Wm. Finley, ensign 

5th do. — Marvin W. Hutchins, captain : James Stran- 
ahan, jr. lieutenant ; C barles D. Y\ right, ensign 

6th do. — Aaron E Emmons, caotain ; Matthew G. 
Warner, lieutenant ; Octavus Emmons, ensign. 

7th do. — Harvey Arnold, captain ; Daniel B. Niles r 
lieutenant ; Henry Strong, ensign 

8th do. — Edmund C Gear, captain ; William Hutch- 
ms , leutenant ; Vacant, ensign. 

Rifle Company — Charles F. Day, captain : Enoch 
ft. Bulkley, lieutenant ; Sylvester Chapman, ensign 



FIFTH BRIGADE, 

the 5th, lith, 19th, and 23c 
ilry, and 2d Regiment of Ca 

[No returns of Brigade Officers dr Stiff] 



Consisting of the 6th, lith, 19th, and 23d Regiments of 
Infantry, and 2d Regiment of Cavalry. 



Militia. 81 

Fifth Regiment. 

Samuel S. Masely, colonel. 
Waterman C. Clark, lieutenant colonel 
Harris Arnold, major. 
Edwin Newbury, adjutant. 
William Storrs, quarter master. 
Daniel Wheeler, jr. pay master 
Orrin Fowler, chaplain. 
Eleazer Litchfield, surgeon. 
Daniel A. Hovey, surgeon's mate. 
William Andrus, sergeant major. 
Elisha Fuller, quarter master sergeant. 
John H. Willard, fife major. 
H. P. Brown, drum major. 
1st Flank Company, Albert IV!. Adams, captain ; Ja- 
bez Adams, lieutenant; David F. Adams, ensign/ 

2d do, Andrew M. Litchfield, captain ; Alva Preston, 
lieutenant ; Alva Burnham, ensign. 

1st Battalion Company, Hezekiah M. Baker, captain ; 
Thomas Webb, lieutenant ; Benjamin Hovey, ensign. 

2d do, Benjamin Perry, captain ; Eliphalet Young, 
lieutenant ; James Bingham, ensign 

3d do, John Day, captain ; Herbert JTilliams, lieu- 
tenant ; Edward Fogg, ensign 

4th do, Lucius Carter, captain ; fFilliam Dyer, lieu- 
tenant ; John Smith, ensign 

5th do, Rufus W. Kennedy, captain ; Stephen H. 
Park, lieutenant ; vacant, ensign 

6th do, Christopher Hall, captain ; Nathaniel Gal- 
lup, lieutenant ; Olive* D. Perkins, ensign 

7lh do, Parker Hill, captain ; vacant, lieutenant; va 
cant, ensign 

8th do, Joseph Foster, captain ; Lester Burnett, lieu 
tenant; Elisha G. Hammond, ensign 

Rifle Company, George Calley, captain ; Marvin Rob- 
inson, lieutenant ; Edward H. Lovegrove, ensign 

Eleventh Regiment* 

Calvin Day, colonel 
James Lyon, lieutenant colonel 
Andrew A. fPilliams, major 
Rufus S. Mathewson, adjatant 
John Choler, quarter master 



S2 Militia. 

Franklin Nichols, pay master 
Roswell JFhitmore, chaplain 
Asa Witter, surgeon 
Vacant, surgeon's mate 
James E. M'Lellan, sergeant major 
Frederick Averill, quarter master sergeant 
Danforth Child, fife Major 
Thomas Browning, drum major 
1st Flank Company, Abel Corbin, captain ; John 
Work, lieutenant ; Ezra D. Work, ensign 

2d do, Thomas Ormsby, jr. captain ; Haley Bixby, 
lieutenant ; Alvin Copeland, ensign 

3d do, George Williams, captain ; Israel Osgood, lieu- 
tenant; Grosvenor Sforrs, ensign 

1st Battalion Company, Joseph M. Perrin, captain ; 
Charles Trowbridge, lieutenant ; Henry S. Sweeting, 
ensign 

2d do, Joseph Lyman, captain ; Moses Lyon, 3d., 
lieutenant ; Edward D. Perry, ensign 

3d do, James Grosvenor, captain; James Warren, 
lieutenant ; Jude Sabin, ensign 

4th do, Elisha Danielson, captain ; Jonathan Dexter r 
lieutenant ; Luther Day, ensign 

5th do, Asa Lyon, captain ; Chandler Briggs, lieu- 
tenant ; Elisha C. Walker, ensign 

6th do, Welcome Joslin, captain ; Joseph D. Ja- 
cobs, lieutenant ; Richmond White, ensign 

7th do, Moses Chandler, captain ; John Chamber- 
lain, lieutenant ; Horatio N. Child, ensign 

8th do, Moses C. Sessions, captain ; Harvey Morey. 
lieutenant ; Jonathan James, ensign 

9th do, Frederick Lamed, captain ; George Nichols, 
lieutenant ; Dyer N. Elliot, ensign. 

1st Rifle Company, Septimus Davidson, captain ;. Eb- 
nezer Barrett, lieutenant ; Nathaniel H. Parkhurst, en- 
sign 

2d do, John J. Green, eaptain ; Stephen Crosby, 
Hieotenant : Joseph J. Green, ensign 

Nineteenth Regiment. 
[No returns.] 



Militia. M 

Twenty 'Third Regimtnt, 

Chester Daggett, colonel 
Amos Bugbee, lieutenant colonel 
Armin Bolles, Major. 
Efcer Dunham, adjutant 
Stanley White, quarter master 
David Keyes, 2d, pay master 
Chauncey Booth, chaplain 
Chauncey Burgess, surgeon 
Warren A. Fuller, surgeon's mate 
Samuel B. Daggett, sergeant major 
Otis Woodward, quarter master sergeant 
Mason Morgan, fife major 
Frederick Storrs, drum major 
1st Flank Company, Jesse Spaftbrd, captain ; Josepb 
Conant, lieutenant ; Darius Dexter, ensign 

2d do, Danford Richmond, captain ; Edmund Lyon, 
lieutenant ; Joseph W. Marcy, ensign 

1st Battalion Company, Shepard Stearns, captain 
Samuel S. Eaton lieutenant } Edmund G. Howe, ensign 
2d do, David Babcock, captain ; Joseph Dorman 
ieutenant ; John C. Rose, ensign 

3d do, Benjamin Hartson, captain } George Dor 
ranee, lieutenant ; John S. Yeomans, ensign 

4th do, William Hunt, jr. captain ; Royal S. White 
ieutenant ; Alden Isham, ensign 

5th do Joshua H. Niles, captain ; Otis Dimock, lieu- 
tenant ; Eri Eldredge, ensign 

6th do, Calvin Daggett, captain ; Ariel Flint, lieu- . 
tenant; Otis Sweet, ensign 

7th do, Henry Curliss, jr. captain ; Fielder Watkins, 
ieutenant : Zeriel P. Arnold, ensign 

8th do, Johii W. Squire, captain ', Asa Fainham, lieu* 
enant ; George Lincoln, ensign 
9th do, Septimius Burnham, captain ; Marvin Rich' 
rdson, lieutenant ; Alvin Moulton, ensign 
10th do, Alanzo W T . Birge, captain ; Benjamin C. 
ouse, lieutenant : John H Fuel I, ensign 
Rifle Company, Eleazer b. Pitkin, captain ; James F - 
os\ei\ lieutenant 3 Amasa Looaiis, jr ensiga 



S4 Militia. 

CAVALRY. 

Second Regiment* 

John C. Howard, colonel 
Loren Brown, major 
Joseph F. Keyes, adjutant 
Samuel P. Sumner, quarter master 
JNathaniel R. Lellee„f>ay master 
Philo Judson, chaplain 
Russel Hubbard, surgeon 
John JPerkins, surgeon's mate 
Chester Child, sergeant major 
Charles Mosel y, quarter master sergeant 
- Nathaniel Hodskins. jr. trumpet major 
1st Company, Gurdon Searls, captain ; Zsckariafe 
Bicknaljr. first lieutenant ; Joseph B. Simmons, second 
lieutenant ; Chester Lampher, cornet 

2d do, Henry Angel!, captain ; Uriah C. Prince, fipst 
lieutenant ; Isaac Gallup, second lieutenant ; John' 
Barstow, cornet 

3d do, Salmon L. Williams, captain ; Amos Fowler, 
jr. first lieutenant ; Erastus Hutchinson, second lieu- 
tenant ', Hiram Sumner, cornet 

4th do, Matthew Bowren, captain; Royal S. Watson, • 
first lieutenant ; Samuel Wilkinson, second lieutenant ; 
John R. Williams, cornet 



Third Division. 

Consisting ofthe4thand 6lh Brigades. 
Morris Woodruff, Major General. 
Major John Wolcott. > *»., Aa r , a¥M , 

Major Daniel C. Sanford, \ A,ds de Cam ^ 
Lieut. Col. Wm.S. Hdflibird, Division Inspector. 
Major George C. Woodruff, Division Qr. Master. 

FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Consisting of the 4th 9th, loth, and 24th Regt's. In- 
fantry and 5th Regiment Cavalry. 
Eli L. Hawley, Brigadier General. 
Hanford Lyon, Aid de Camp. 
Charles Jessup, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Sherwood Sterling, Brigade Quarter Master* 



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Fourth Regiment. 

Charles De Forest Lieut. Col Com. 
Lyman Baldwin, Major. 
Benjamin B. Kirtland, Adjutant. 
Henry Perry., Quarter Master. 
George Wells, Pay Master. 
Ezra E. Curtiss,Qr. Master Sergeant, 
1st Flank Company Vacant captain ; Anson Wake; 
ee, lieutenant; Ephraira T. Edwards ensign. 

2d do. Munson Gray, captain ; Judson Nichols, lieu- 
Tenant ; George Buckley, ensign. 

3d do. Isaac Sherman, captain; Stephen Tomlinson, 
lieutenant; Josiah S. Hayl, ensign. 

1st Battalion Company. Charles W. Thorpe, cap- 
tain ; Morris Wakeman, lieutenant ; Isaac Beers, en- 
sign 

2d do. Lewis W. Curtis, captain ; Lewis W. Burrill, 
lieutenant ; vacant ensign. 

3d do. Ebenezer Disbrow, captain ; Walter Sherwood 
lieutenant ; Moses Bradley, ensign. 

4th do. Vacant captain ; Samuel B. Furguson, lieu 
tenant; Alpha Carrien, ensign. 

5th do. Simeon Sherwood, captain ; John Banker 2d 
lieutenant; Hezekiah Ogden, jr. ensign. 

6th do. Edward Johnson, captain ; Robert H. Love 
joy, lieutenant ; Harvey Treat, ensign. 

7th do. Joel Beard, Jr. captain ; De Luzerne Hub 
ball, lieutenant ; Levi C. Wells, ensign. 
9th do. No com. officers. 

Rifle Company, John L. Nichols, captain : George 
Peck, lieutenant ; Elihu Hubbell ensign. 



Ninth Regiment. 
Drake Mead, Colonel 
Thomas A. Mead, Lieut. Col. 
Benjamin L. Knapp, Adjutant 
Charles W. Knapp, Quarter Master 
Amos Finch, Pay Master 
f?aac Lewis, Jun. Chaplain 
Samuel Lockwood Surgeon 

Beach, Surgeon's Mate 

Oliver Mead, Serjeant Major 
.?ohn D. Bates, Quarter Master Sergeant 
12' 



26 Militia. 

Is/ Flank Company, Alva Jane, captain ; Wm. A 
Lockwood, lieutenant ; Isaac Mead, enisgn 

2d do. Henry Mead, captain ; Gilbert P. Finch, lieu- 
tenant ; Zacheus Mead, ensign 

3d do. Stephen P. Brewer, captain; Waters Ray 
mond, lieutenant ; Gould D Jennings, ensign 

4lh do. Harvey Waterbury, captain ; Zalmon Curtis, 
lieutenant; Wm. Seeley, ensign 

1st Battalion Company, Edward Lounsbury, capitan; 
Sands Adams, lieutenant ; Thos. P. Dixon, ensign. 

2 do. Daniel Lyon, jr captain ; Uriah febckwood. 
lieutenant ; Frederick Peck. jr. ensign. 

3d do Burr Nash, captain; Smith Scofield, leutenan!.; 
David Mills, ensign. 

4th do. Benjamin P. Johnson, captain ; Hiram Jones, 
lieutenant ; Jonas P. Conklin, ensign, 

5th do. Wm. Bush, captain ; James Wilson, lieuten- 
ant ; Nathan S. Mead, ensign. 

6th do. David S. Mather, captain : Jesse Northrop, 
lieutenant ; Benjamin Little, ensign. 

7th do. Luke Holmes, captain ; Major Lockwood, 
lieutenant ; Giles Gregory, ensign. 

8th do. John 3. Curtiss captain ; Isaac W. Jones, lieu- 
tenant ; John B. Miller, ensign. 

9th do. Stephen Seward, captain ; Wm. Watson lieu 
enant ; Miles Root, ensign. 

Fifteenth Regiment. 

Anson H- Stewart, Col. 

Reuben Blackman, Lieut. Colonel. 

Amzi Rogers, Major. 

Timothy B. Hickok, Adjutant. 

Nathaniel H. Wildman, Quarter Master. 

Levi S. Knap, Pay Master 

Gilston, Chaplain. 

Russell Botsford, Surgeon. 

Samuel W. Northrop, Sergeant Major. 

Ephraira Gregory, Quarter Master Sergeanl. * 

Charles Sherman, Drum Major. 

Hiram Judd, File Major. 
15/ Flank Company. Gideon B. Botsford, captain ; 
Philo Lake, lieutenant ; John Sherman, ensign. 

2d do. David Northrop captain; GerardUS HtfngefTforf; 
lieutenant ; EphrdVm Hubbel, ensign. 



Militia. 07 

1st Battalion Company, Charles Kider, explain ; 
Nathaniel L. Barber, lieutenant ; Sylvester Stevens., 
ensign. 

2d do. Albert N. Gailord, captain ; Johto Buel, lieur 
tenant ; Adolphos Hallock, ensign 

3d do. Ausiin PC Botsford, captain; Alva Taylor, 
lieutenant ; John B. Beers, ensign. 

4th do. Charles Dart, captain ; Horace Hodge, lieu- 
tenant ; Sellick Hoyt, ensign. 

5th do. Lewis Beardsley, captain ; Sidney Hawleyj 
lieutenant; Charles Hawley, ensign. 

6th do. William B.adshaw, captain ; Holmes Hu'.i 
bel, lieutenant ; William Picket, ensign. 

7th do. Homer B. Sherman, captain ; Orange SmiVh, 
leutenant ; Peter Mead, ensign. 

Twenty-Fourth Regiment 
Bradford Win ton, Colonel. 
George Mead, Lieut. Colonel. 
George Middlebmok, Major. 
George B Benjamin, Adjutant. 
Wakeman HiP, Quarter. Master. 
Lazarus Beach, Pav Master. 

Mason, Surgeon. 

Albert Turney, Sergeant Major. 
George Gregory Q« Master Sergeant. 
Jeremiah Olmsted, Drum Major. 
Major Soushlon, Fife Major 
isl Flank Company Aaron Edmund, captain . 
Curtiss Betts, lieutenant ; Robert C Edmund, ensign. 
2d do. No return. 

3d do. Alva Gregory, captain ; Harvey Hubbell, 
leutenant ; Mallett Seeley, ensign." 

1st Battalion Company. Isaac I- Gilbert, captain 
vacant lieutenant ; do ensign. 

2d do Abijah B^tts, captain ; Norris L. Canfield, 
lieutenant; Hiram B Long, ensign. 

3d do. Eli Vfallory, captain ; Hull Goodyear, lieu 
tenant ; St urges Bennett, ensign. 
4th do. No returns. 

Sth do. Wakeman Godfrey, captain ; Samuel E, 
Cootey, lieutenant ; William Osborne, ensign. 

6th do. John T Rockwell, captain ; William Forres- 
..*e.r, freutenfint ; Frederick Stevens, ensign. 



u* lunula. 

7th do. Vacant captain , Eber Gould, lieutenant , 
vacant ensign. 

8th do, Moses Hill, captain ; Simeon M. Meeker 
lieutenant ; Alonzo Beers, ensign. 

9th do. William Sturges, captain ; George F. Belden.? 
lieutenant; Piatt Belden, ensign. 



CAVALRY. 

Fifth Regiment. 

Tertius D. Potter, Colonel. 

Vacant Lieut. Colonel, 

Win. B. Hoyt, Major. 

Samuel Brown Adjutant. 

George Seeley, Qr. Master. 

Frederick S- Wild man, Pay Master. 

Fosdick Harrison, Chaplain 

Jehiel Williams, Surgeon. 

— Williams, Surgeon's Mate. 

Solomon Boslwiek, Sergeant Major. 

Daniel Marsh, Quarter Master Sergeant. * 
1st Company, Herman Judson, captain ; Charles 
Martin, 1st lieutenant ; Daniel Bacon 2d lieutenant 
David B. W. Hard, Cornet. 

2d do. Starr Nichols, captaib ; John Whittles^, 1st 
lieutenant ; N. Mallory, 2d lieutenant J Abijah E. 
Tweedy, cornet. 

8d do Simeon Ford, captain ; Henry Merwin, 1st 
lieutenant ; Coggshall, 2d lieutenant j MerrittS. Piatt. 
cornet. 

SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Consisting of the 12tb, 13th, 16th, and 21st Regt. In 
fan try and 3d Regt. Cavalry. 
Chauncey Crafts, Brigadier General 
George S. Catlin, Brigade Major and Inspector 
Mitchel S. Mitchell, Aid de Camp 
Daniel Bacon, Brigade Qr. Master 



Militia. 8| 

Twelfth Regiment. 

Eraslus Smith, Colonel 

Charles Hickox, Lt. Colonel 

Ithiel Hicock Major 

R. C. Steel, Adjutant 

Merrit Hemmiiigway, Qr. Master 

Benjamin P. Stiles, Pay Master 

Thomas L. Shipman, Chaplain 

Abram L. Smith. Surgeon 

J. C. Hatch, Surgeon's Mate 

Josiah Hecock, Sergeant Major 

M. M. Canfield, Qr Master Sergeant 

Sacket, Drum Major 

Samuel Clark, Fife Major* 
First Flank Company. — John Curliss, captain ; Get 
vase Hotchkiss, lieutenant ; fra Thomas, ensign 
2d. do.— No Return 
First Battalion Company — David C. Bacon, captain 

— Ransom, lieutenant ; Hiram Wells, ensign 

2d. do.— C. C Hinrnan, captain ; T. Johnson, lieu 
tenant ; Charles Booth, ensign 

3d. do. — Joseph Ambler, captain ; Joshua Bird, lieu 
tenant ; Nicholas Moss, ensign 

4th. do. — David ISuekinglum, captain ; Lucius B. 
Bradley, lieutenant ; Vacant, ensign 

5th do. — Norman Gregory, captain; Truman Hollis 
er lieutenant ; Elias G Kinney, ensign 

6in do. — Chester Ackley, captain ; Horace Camp, 
ieutenant ; Vacant ensign 

7th do. — James Wakeley, captain ; Orrin B. Seward, 
ieutenant ; Vacant, ensign 

8th do — Larraan G Townsend, captain; Josiah 
l\n\ij lieutenant ; Murrey Wooster, ensign 

Thirteenth Regiment, 

John Isham, Colonel 
Anson Rogers Lt Colonel 
Hiram Holcomb, Major 
Alexander H. Holley, Adjutant 
Simon Branch, Qr. Master 
Charles Russell, Pay Master 
L. £. Lathrop, Chaplain 
JiUther Ticknor, Sargeon 
Vacant, Surgeon's Matjt 



W Militia, 

Herman Busbnell, Sergeant Majjrtr 

Hauze, Qr Master Sergeant 

Lake, Drum Major 

First Flank Company. — Vacant captain; Oliver Hod 
kins, lieutenant ; Nathaniel Boardman, ensign 

2d do. — Phineas Baldwin, captain ; Rufus Payne, 
lieutenant ; Ethel North, ensign 

3d do — Darius J. Beard, captain ; Eleazer Jenkins, 
lieutenant ; Hiram Nnrthrup, ensign 
. First Battalion. — Win. C. Lawrence, captain ; John 
Rockwell, lieutenant ; Charles Franklin, ensign 

2d do —David Comstock, captain ; Ezra Skiff, lieu- 
tenant ; Vacant, ensign 

3d do.— Charles E. Berry, captain ; T. W. Bissell, 
lieutenant; Hiram K. Hunt, ensign 

4th do. Joshu« W; Stanton, oaptain ; Noah S, Mar- 
tin, lieutenant ; Harman Selleck, ensign 

5th do. -Vacant, captain ; Earl Johnson, lieutenant ; 
Eber Colter, ensign 

6jh d — Lather Dean, captain ; Heman Howe, lieu^ 
tenant ; Henry Dean, ensign 

7th do —Nathaniel Benedict, jr captain ; Henry S. 
S&orton lieutenant ; Osmond S Green, ensign 

8 Jo, — Seth B St. John, captain; John Parsons.. 
Deut it ; Everett St John, ensign 

nth Regiment. 

I ; Bu< I, Colonel 

i; "r Li Colonel 

A . iff," JTi Major 

R Camp, Adjutant 

L< v turtle, Qr Master 

Davrfi Catlin, Pay Master 

Daniel L Carrol, Chaplain 

Samuel R. Childs*, Surgeon 

JopI G Cander, Surgeon's Mate 

Samuel B. Smith, Sergeant Major 

Edward Denny, Qr. Master Sergeant 

Abyron Osborne, Drum Major 

David Booth, Fife; Major 

Nathan Cooke, Master of Band 
1st Flank Company. -Leonard Kenney, captain , 
Cjuarlfcs Jones, lieutenant ; Alvah Stone, ensign 

2d do.— Horatio A Norton, captain ; Silas Hum 
phrey, lieutenant ; Qbed Humphrey, ensign 



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3d do.— Major S. Wilson, captain ; George Patorer, 
lieutenant ; Edwin Tallmage, ensign 

1st Battalion Company — George Treadway, captain 
Kenery W. Wessells lieutenant ; Vacant, ensign 

2d do. — Amasa N. Chapin, captain ; Alexander Nor- 
ton, lieutenant ; Moses Cooke, ensign 

3d do. — Norman Wilson, captain ; Vacant, lieuten- 
ant ; Augustus Johnson, ensign 

^ 4th do. — Marcus Minsill, captain ; Lorrain Hinsdale 
lieutenant; Lorrain Wetmore, ensign. 

6th do. — Reuben M. Cibbs, captain ; Isaac Baldwin. 
Jientenant ; Win. Bassett, ensign. 

6th do. — Alanson Hall, captain ; Joseph W. Mason, 
lieutenant ; Vacant, ensign 

7th do.~Vacant, captain j Milo Burr, lieutenant j 
Wm. Leach, ensign 

8th do.— Darius Webb, captain ; Dyer Strong, lieu- 
tenant ; David Strong, ensign 

9th do.— George N. Blakeslee, captain ; Ebenezer 
Stedman, lieutenant ; Tertius W. Turner, ensign. 

Rifle Company. — Heman W. Childs, captain ; Walter 
Coe, lieutenant J Darius Willson, ensign 

Twenty -first Regiment. 

Augustus P. Pease, Colonel 

Salmon Merrills, Lieutenant Colonel 

Matthew Allen, Major 

Theodore Hinsdale, Adjutant. 

Joshua Hewitt, Quarter Master 

Austin Ensign, Pay Master 

Ralph Emerson, Chaplain 

Benjamin Welch jr. Surgeon 

Lyman Case, Surgeon's Mate 

Bailay Birge, Sergeant Major 

Hiram Goodwin, Qr. Master Sergeant 

S. S. Camp, Drum Major 

Anson Wheeler, Fife Major 
1st Flank Company — Sanford Allen, captain ; Ren*- 
n Pinney, lieutenant ; Jeremiah F. Deming, en-. 
;n. 

2d do.— Joseph Wells, captain; Abiram Wilcox, lieu- 
jnant ; Alanson Merrills, ensign. 
1st Battalion Company-Thomas Watson, jr. captaiff 
pnas Barnes, lieutenant : Josia*h G-oodsell, ensign, 
pi do.— Fo Return 



W Militia. 

3d do.— Galpin P. Bronson, captain ; Sylvester Piar; 
lieutenant; Norman Adams, ensign 

4th do. — Joel Allen, captain ; Liuas Bliss, lieutec* 
ant ; Jehial Case, ensign 

5th do. — Halsey Stephens, captain ; John A. Shep 
ard, lieutenant ; Elizur Lowd, ensign 

6th do — Benson Coe, captain ; Eleazer Ensign, lieu- 
tenant ; Lorrain De Wolf, ensign 

7th do. Giles H. Bass, captain ; George Austin, lieu- 
tenant ; Edward A. Phelps, ensign 

8th do. — Chester Soper, captain ; Orrin Brown, lieu- 
tenant ; Aaron Stevens, jr ensign 

Rifle Company — Samuel Boyd, captain; Horace 
Skinner, lieutenant ; Wm. Benham, ensign 



CAVALRY 

Third Regiment. 

.Tannah B. Phelps, colonel 

Norman Kellogg, Major 

Ezekiel Woodford, Adjutant 

Jehial Coe, Qr. Master 

William Rockwell, Pay Master 

Epaphras Goodman, Chaplain 

Wra. O. Talcott, Surgeon 

Jarius Case, Surgeon's Mate 

Josiah Bertlett, Sergeant Major 

Seth Stevens, Qr. Master Sergeant. 

Horatio L Wetmore, Trumpet Major 
First Company — Samuel Busbnell, captain $ Wuj, 
Bushnell, 1st lieutenant ', Lyman Page, 2d do. ; Jesse 
Hemelee, cornet 

2d. do John Hungerford, captain ; Vacant, ls£ 

lieutenant ; Lloyd Humphrey, 2d do. ; Vacant, cornet. 
3d do. — Leister Newton, captain ; Henry Seymour, 
1st lieutenant ; Nissius Kenney, 2d, do ; Royal Wat- 
son, cornet 

4th do. — Julius Alford. captain ; C. C. Goslee, 1st 
lieutenant ; Norman Cooke, 2d do; William Coe> cor^: 
net. 



Militia. &3 

ARTILLERY* 

BRIGADE OF ARTILLERY 

Ely A. Elliott Brigadier General. 
Horace W. Goobwiu, Brig. Maj.fc Inspector. 
If. A. Durand, Aid de Camp. 
Peter Morton, Brigade Quarter Maiter. 



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First Regiment Light Artillery 
George Spafford, Colonel. 
Thomas P. Trott, Lieut. Colonel. 
Julius Clark, Major. 
Samuel Lee, Adjutant. 
Charles H. Strong, Quarter Master 
Obadiah P. Waldo, Pay Master. 
Dennis Piatt, Chaplain. 
Chester Hunt, Surgeon. 
James L. Ripley, Surgeon's Mate. 
John Levins, Sergeant Major. 
Andrew B. Baldwin, Quarter Master Sergeant 
John Bingham, Drum Major 
William Weaver, Fife Major. 
'\sl Company, Ebenezer H. Watrous, captain — Joshua 
Hamilton, 1st lieutenant — Elisha Douglass, 2d lieut. 

2d do. William Smith, captain— Edward H. Hopkins, 
1st lieutenant — Augustus Hyde, 2d lieutenant. 

3d do. John G. Dabney, captain — William Cogswell, 
1st lieutenant — Horatio Webb, 2d lieutenant. 

4th do. Robert Sharpe, captain — Hezekiah Edgerton, 
1st lieutenant — Vacant, 2d lieutenant 

5th do. Asher Rowland, captain — Marshfield S. Park- 
er, 1st lieutenant— Stephen Sterling, 2d lieutenant. 

6th do. Benjamin Underwood, captain — Jeremiah 
Law, 1st lieutenant — Hezekiah Sabin, 2d lieutenant. 

7th do. Samuel Webh, captain — AbnerFollet, 1st 
lieutenant— Charles Warner, 2d lieutenant. 

8th do. William B Brewster, captain — Asahel Rock 
'.veil, 1st lieutenant — Agden Kingly, 2d lieutenant. 

9th do. Lucius Witter, captain — Jeremiah L. Bar- 
rows, 1st lieutenant — Elijah Rose, 2d lieutenant. 

10th do. Thomas Ash, jr. captain — Francis Pendle- 
to n, 1st lieutenant — James B. Storrs, 2d liejitenant. 
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94 Militia. 

Second Regiment Light Artillery. 
Solomon Olmsted, Colonel. 
Jabez South worth, Lieut. Colonel. 
Edwin P. Harrington, Major. 
Elijah Porter, Adjutant. 
Elias Pratt, Quarter Master. 
Horace Riley, Pay Master. 
Thomas Robbing, Chaplain. 
Richard Ells, Surgeon. 
Wyllys Woodruff, Surgeon's Mate. 
John C, Palmer, Sergeant Major. 
James B. Shultas, Quarter Master Sergeant. 
Orrin H. Lee, Drum Major. 
Wareham fuller, Fife Major. 
1st Company, Charles H. Olmsted, captain — Matthew 
C. Cadwell, 1st lieutenant — Samuel T , Wolcott, 2d 
lieutenant — Julius Birge, 3d lieutenant. 

2d do. Elisha Manross, captain — Orrin Hart, 1st lieu- 
tenant — Daniel Tuttle, 2d lieutenant. 

3d do. Allen Goodwin, captain— Jason Wolcott, 1st 
lieutenant— C. H. Northam, 2d lieutenant. 

4th do. Samuel M. Tulley, captain — Homer Bucking 
ham, 1st lieutenant — Charles C. Conklin, 2d lieutenant 
5th do. Roswell Brainard, captain — David B. Ven 
triss, 1st lieutenant — Cephas Brainard, 2d lieutenant. 

6th do. William Mather, jr. captain — Gamaliel Sper 
ry, 1st lieutenant — Wm. Adams, 2d lieutenant. 

7th do. Amos Beecher, captain — Riverius Douglass, 
1st lieutenant — Marlin Merrills, 2d lieutenant. 

8th do. Nathan Griswold, captain — Titus Coon, 1st 
lieutenant— Horace Redfield,2d lieutenant. 

9th do. John B. Southmayd, captain — Dana Reed, 1st 
lieutenant — Otis Fish, 2d lieutenant. 

Third Regiment Light Artillery. 
Ira Gregory, Colonel. 
Jonathan S. Wilcox, Lieut. Colonel. 
Clark Woosler, Major. 
Henry Hotchkiss, Adjutant. 
William B Thomas, Quarter Master, 
Elijah W. Ha2en, Pay Master. 
Leonard Bacon, Chaplain. 
A. S. fylunson. Surgeon. 
William B. Dyer, Surgeon's Mate. 



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irA Gregory, 2d. Sergeant Mnjor. 

Augnstus M. Gregory, Quarter Master Sergeant, 

ill Company, Richard S. Boaghton, captain- Wm. 
T. Scovill, 1st Lieutenant— Oliver Stone, jr. 2d lieut. 

2d do. Elias A. Hall, captain — Nelson Burrows, 1st 
lieutenant — Auger Pixley, 2d lieutenant. 

3d do. Asahel Dunning, captain — David M. Marvin, 
1st lieutenant — Henry VV. Smith, 2d lieutenant. 

4th do. JohnGunn, captain — Wm. Moorly, 1st lieu- 
tenant— Nathan Hurd. 2d lieutenant. 

5th do. David Warner, captain — Ransom Dibble, 1st 
lieutenant — Wm. W French, 2d lieutenant. 

6th do. Roswell Smith, captain — Ira Hyde, 1st lieu- 
tenant — Samuel Smith, 2d lieutenant. 

7th do. Joel Griswold, captain — Richard Fowler, 1st 
lieutenant— Jonathan Bishop, 2d lieutenant. 

8th do. Selah Lee, captain — John Kelsey, 1st lieu- 
tenant — Benjamin G. Coe,2d lieutenant. 

9th do Stanton Pendleton, captain — Wm. Bradley, 
1st lieutenant — Daniel Merrill, 2d lieutenant 

10th do. M A. Durand, captain — R. E. Northrop, 1st 
lieutenant — Levi Francis, 2d lieutenant. 

First Regiment Horse Artillery. 
Leverett Carrington, Colonel. 
Eliakim Linsley, Lieut. Colonel. 
R. K. Clark, Adjutant. 
Miles M. Carrington, Quarter Master. 

King, Chaplain. 

Wm Peck, Pay Master. 
Titus C. Pratt, Surgeon. 
Andrew Castle, Surgeon's Mate. 
1st Company, Vacant, captain — Miner Fowler, jr. 1st 
lieutenent— Jesse Gilbert, jr. 2d lieutenant — Charles M. 
Fowler, 3d lieutenant— Gibbs Gilbert, 4th lieutenant 
— John Russell, cornet. 

2d do. Orrin Andrews, captain- Joel Hall, 1st lieu- 
tenant — Joel Peck, 2d lieutenant— Bellious K. Hall, 3d 
lieutenant — Charles B. Cook, 4th lieutenant — Wm. M. 
Hall, cornet. 

3d do. Vacant, captain— Charles Benham, 1st lieu- 
tenant — Noyes Clark, 2d lieutenant — Enoch Somers, 
3d lieutenant— Bevel P. Smith, 4th lieutenant— Dennis 
Carrington, cornet, 
4th do. [No commissioned Officers returned, 



96 Militia. 

Second Regiment Horse Artillery. 

Oliver Warner, jr. Colonel. 

David Baldwin, Lieut. Colonel. 

Elibu M. Kingsley, Major. 

Augustus Olmstod, Adjutant. 

Jonathan Olmsted, Quarter Master. 

Samuel Barry, Pay Master. 

David Austin, Chaplain. 

Earl Knight, Surgeon. 

James H. Hyde, Surgeon's Mate. 

Samuel Mott, Sergeant Major. 

Charles A. Buel, Quarter Master Sergeant. 
1st Company Henry Bailey, captain-Win. Palmer. 
jr. 1st lieutenant — Nelson C. Daniels, 2d lieutenant— 
Josiah A. Chapman, 3d lieutenant — Aaron T. Niles, 4tk 
lieutenant— John K Tiffany, cornet. 

2d do. Milton M. Perkins, captain — Elisha E. Rogers, 
1st lieutenant— Alfred Rogers, 2d lieutenant— YVm 
Fitch, 3d lieutenant— Jehiel Johnson, 4th lieutenant- 
Samuel Lovett, cornet. 

3d do. Benjamin Chester, captain— Bradford Ames, 
1st lieutenant — Daniel Grant, 2d lieutenant — Carleton 
Avery, 3d lieutenant— Benjamin Williams, 4th lieuten 
ant — EliasK. Wheeler, c< met 

Third Regiment Horse Artillery, 

David Hill, jr. Colonel. 

Silas Wood, Lieut. Colonel. 

Samuel Scott, Major. 

Horace Hill, Adjutant 

George Wheeler, Quarter Master. 

Zalmon Knapp, Pay Master. 

Amhrose S. Todd, Chaplain. 

Elijah Middlebrook, Surgeon. 

Stephen Middlebrook, Surgeon's Mate. 

Wm.-H. Mead, Sergeant Major. 

Sherwood Staples, Quarter Master Sergeant. 
1st Company, Abel Hall, jr. captain— David Walker- 
jr. 1st lieutenant— Elisha Gray, 2d lieutenant— -Elisha 
E. Beardsley, 3d lieutenant— Charles Walker. 4th lieu 
tenant— Zenas Johnson, cornet 

2d do. Vacant, captain— Wm. Scott, 1st lieutenant- 
John 5ones, 2d lieutenant— Vacant, 3d lieutenant— 



Historical Tables. 97 

John Holly, 4th lieutenant— Ebenezer I. Squires, cor 
net. 

3d do. Burr Sherwood, captain— Wm. Bradley, 1st 
lieutenant — Wm. Coley 2d lieutenant — Henry Burr, 3d 
lieutenant — Joseph B. Osborn, 4th lieutenant — Medad 
Bradley, cornet. 

4th do. Vacant, captain — John Dean, 1st lieutenant. 
Vacant, 2d lieutenant — Joseph Weed, 3d lieutenant— 
Ard Knapp, 4th lieutenant — Vacant, cornet. 



Historical Table. 

Stales. I Date of Admission I Stale Constitution 
into the Union J adopted. 

MaTne^ 1820 \ 1819 

New-Hampshire, 1792 

"Massachusetts, 1780 
KhodMsland— Charier of Charles 11. 1663 

Connecticut, 181S 

Vermont, 1791 1793 

"New-York, 1777 

^New-Jersey, 1776 

♦Pennsylvania, 1790 

♦Delaware, 1792 

♦Maryland, 1776 

♦Virginia, 1776 

♦North-Carolina, 1777 

*Soulh Carolina, 1790 

^Georgia, 3798 

Kentucky, 1792 1799 

Tennessee, 1796 1796 

Ohio, 1802 1803 

Louisana, 1812 1812 

Indiana, 1816 1816 

Mississippi, 1817 1817 

Illinois, 1818 1818 

Alabama, 1819 1819 

Missouri, 1821 1820 

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Banks. 9? 

Banks at Hartford. 

UNITED STATES BRANCH BANK. 

Enoch Parsons, President. 
Joshua P. Burnham, Cashier. 
Directors. 
Enoch Parsons, William H. Imlay, Oliver D. Cooke, 
Obadiah Hotchkiss, Thomas K. Brace, Henry L. Ella- 
worth, Jesse Savage, Albert Day, Henry L. Dekoven, 
Jacob Sebor. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Samuel H. Parsons, Attorney for the Bank 

HARTFORD B4NK. 

Capital #1,300,000. 
Joseph Trumbull, President. 
Henry A. Perkins, Cashier. 
Directors. 
Joseph Trumbull, James Ward, Eliphalet Terry, Na 
than Morgan, Harman Hendricks, Amos M. Collins, 
James B Hosmer, James Covvles, Timothy Cowles, 
Robert Watkinson, David Watkinson, Wm. W. Ells 
worth. Appointed by the State, Henry Seymour. 

PHCENIX BANK. 
Capital. #1,213,1)00. 
Charles Sigourney, President. 
George Beach, Cashier. 
Directors. 
Charles Sigourney, Thomas Day, Samuel Tudor 
Charles Seymour, Daniel Buck, Griffin Steadman, Reu 
ftien Langdon, Ward Woodbridge, Cyprian Nichols, Ep 
aphras L. Phelps, Edward P. Cooke.-— Appointed by 
(the State, Jeremy Hoadley, Solomon Porter. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 
; Walter Mitchell, Attorney tor the Bank. 
|A Bnual elaction 1st Thursday in September— Dividends 
sirm-annually, in March and September. 






BRANCH BANK AT LITCHFIELD. 

James Gould, President, 

Charles Spencer, Cashier. 

Directors. 

James Gould, Asa Bacon, Charles L. Webb, Sanutf 

Buel, Seth P. Beers, David C. Sanford, 0. S. Seymour 

Selh P. Beers, Attorney for the Bank, 



Banks at New-Haven. 

NEW-HAVEN BANK. 

Capital, #335,000. 
./Eneas Monson, President, 
Henry R. Pynchon, Cashier* 
Directors. 

Eneas Monson, Henry Denison, B. S. Baldwin, Abra 
ham Bradley, Titus Street, Simeon Baldwin, Henry 
Huggings, Isaac Townsend, Henry Towbridge. 

Days of Discount, Mondays and Saturdays. 

Hours of business, from 10 A. M. till 3 P*M. 



MECHANICS BANK. 

Nathan Smith, President. 
John Fitch, Cashier. 
Directors. 

Nathan Smith, Elihu Sanford, James Brewster, 
Charles Atwater, Joel Root, Timothy Bishop, Stephen 
Twining, J. N. Clark, Nathaniel Bacon. 



Banks at New-London. 

UNION BANK. 

Capital, ^100,000. 

William P. Cleavelanp, President. 

Ebenezer Learned, Cashier. 

Direct ors. 

William P. Cleaveland, George Hallam, Jonathan 

Siarr, Joseph Hallam, Robert Coit, Peter Richards, 

Jonathan Starr, Jr. John O, Miner William P. Cleave 



Banks. 101 

land, jr., Archibald Mercer, Latham Avery, William 
Williams, jr., R. W. M'Curdy. 

NEW-LONDON BANK. 

Capital, #143,000. 
Elisha Denison, President. 
Anthony Thatcher, Cashier. 
Directors. 
Elisha Denison, Isaac Thompson, Jacob B. Gurley. 
Thomas W.Williams, Noyes Barber, Ezra Chappel! 
Nathaniel S. Perkins, Ralph Isham, Noyes Billings. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Bank a Middletown. 

MIDDLETOWN BANK. 

Capital, #400,000, 
Elijah Hubbard, President. 
Henry Carrington, Cashier.] • 

Directors. 
Nehemiah Hubbard, Elijah Hubbard, J. W. Alsop " 
Samuel D. Hubbard, Wm. L. Storrs, Henry L. Dekoven. 
John Selden, Epaphroditus Champion, Joseph UIW 
Timothy Cowles, Joseph Taylor.— Appointed by In- 
state, Thomas Mather. 
Matthew T. Russell, Attorney for the Bank. 



Banks at Norwich. 



NORWICH BANK. , 
incorporated 1792. 
Capital. #200,000. 
.Tabez Huntington, President 
Francis A. Perkins, Cashier. 
Directors. 
Jabez Huntington, John L. Buswell, Benjamin Coii 
,T. G.W.Trumbull, Joseph Williams, Nathaniel Ship- 
man, Joseph Huntington, George L. Perkins, Jame^ 
Treat, Dwight Ripley, Jedediah Huntington, James F. 
Mason. 

Joseph Williams, Attorney for the Bank. 

Anaual election 3d Monday in June — Dividend? ir 

January and July 

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THAMES BANK. 

Capital, g200,000. 
William P. Grren, President, 
Lyman Brewer, Cashier. 
Directors. 

William P. Green, Joseph Perkins, William C. Gil- 
man, Calvin Goddard, Amos H. Hubbard, Adam Lara 
bee, Henry M. Waile, Edward Whiting, James Stec* 
man, Charles P. Huntington. 

Asa Child, Attorney tor the Bank. 
Annual Election in June. 

Dividends, in March and September. 

Bank at Stonington. 

STONINGTON BANK. 

Capital, 553,000, with proviso to increase to §200.001; 
Williah Randall, President. 
Francis Amy, Cashier. 
Directors. 

William Randall, Giles R. Hallam, William Williams 
Gurdon Trumbull, William Lord, Peleg Denison, Johr: 
W. Hull, Cyrus Williams, Russell Wheeler, Erastus T 
Smith, Benjamin Pomeroy Jesse D. Noyes. 

Annual Election, first Monday in September. 



Bank at Brooklyn. 

WINDHAM COUNTY BANK. 

Capital #89.000. 
Joseph Eaton, President. 
Adams White, Jr, Cashier. 

Directors. 
Joseph Eaton, Vine Robinson, John M'Lellan, An- 
drew T. Judson. Elkanah C. Eaton, Bela P. Spalding 
Rufus Adams, William Putnam, Joseph S. Gladding 
Harvey Blashfield, James Gordon, Thomas Hubbard. 
Ebenezer Young. 

Annual Election, second Monday in June. 
Days of Discount every Wednesday 



Banks. . 1(K; 

Bank at Bridgeport. 

BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

Capital, 5100,000. 
John S. Cannon. President. 
Josiah S. Hoyt, Cashier. 
Directors. 
•7ohn S. Cannon, Isaac Branson, Jessup Wakeman, 
William Pect, Salmon Hubbell, Thaddeus Hubbell, 
Isaac Burroughs, Sylvanns Sterling, David Minot. 
Annual Election, first Wednesday in July. 



Bank at Norwalk. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY BANK. 
Henry Belden, President. 
E M. Morgan, Cashier. 
Directors. 
Henry Belden, Ebenezer Jessup, Clark Bissell, Wm, 
,Sl. John, Thaddeus Belts, David H^Ihv, Wm. I. Street, 
BRANCH 0ANK AT DANBURY. 
Samuel Tweedy. President. 
Curtiss C ark, Cashier. 
Directors. 
Samuel Tweedy, Elijah Gregory, Elijah Sanford, 
Samuel Wiidman, Thomas T. Whittlesey, Richard Ran- 
dall, Henry Beers. 



Bank at Tolland. 

TOLLAND COUNTY BANK. 

Elisha Stearns, President. 
Edward R. Weston, Ceshier. 
Directors 
Eiisha Stearns, Elijah Smith, Erastus Coit, William 
C. Gillian, Thomas Hubbard. George M. Hvde, Dan- 
Cord Richmond, Oliver H. King, Hiram Rider. 
Annua) Election, third Monday in October, 



104 Savings Banks. 

HARTFORD SAVINGS BANK. 
Daniel Wadsworth, President. 
Vice- Presidents. 
Ward Woodbridge, James H Wells, Michael Olcoit, 
John T. Peters, David Porter, Michael Bull, Charles 
Sigourncy, John Russ, Isaac Perkins, David Watkinson, 
William Ely, Cyprian Nichols. 

James M. Goodwin, Secretary and Treasurer. 



NEW-HAVEN SAVINGS BANK. 
Wm Bristol, President. 
Obadiah Hotchkiss, Vice President 
S. J. Hitchcock, Secretary. 



NEW-LONDON SAVINGS BANK. 

Ebenezer Learned, President. 

Vice P esidents. 

Isaac Thompson, Thomas W. Williams 

Robert Coil, Treasurer. 

Wm. P. Cleaveland, jr , Secretary. 



NORWICH SAVINGS BANK. 

Incorporated in 1824. 

Jabez Huntington, President. 
Vice Presidents. 
John L. Buswell, William C Gilman, George L. Per 
kins, Joseph Perkins. 

Francis A Perkins, Treasurer. 
Joseph Williams, Secretary. 



xMIDDLETOWN SAVINGS BANK. 

Nehemiah Hubbard, President. 
Vice Presidents. 
Samuel Southrnayd, W illiam L. Storrs. 
K. G. Southmaydj Secretary and Treasurer. 



Insurance Companies. IC$ 

INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Capital, # 150,000, with power to enlarge it to #250,000 
Nathaniel Terry, President. 
Walter Mitchell, Secretary. 
Directors. 
Nathaniel Terry, Nathaniel Patten, James H. Wells, 
Koswel Bartholomew, Eliphalet Terry, Seth Terry ; 
David Watkinson. Harvey Sevnaour, Edward P. Cooke 



.ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Capital #200,000, *ith a surplus Fund of #35,000. 
Thomas K Brace, President. 
James M Goodwin, Secretary 
Directors. 
Thomas K. Brace, Henry L. Ellsworth, Thomas Bel 
den, Samuel Tudor, Henry Kilbourn, Griffin Stedman. 
Joseph Morgan, Ehsha Dodd, Charles Baf»cock Christo- 
pher Saunders, Jesse Savage, Joseph Pratt, George 
Beach, Oliver D. Cooke Stephen Spencer, James 
Thomas, Dennisou Morgan 



PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Capital #150,000, with power to enlarge it to #500,000, 
Wm. W. Ellsworth, President. 
Thomas C Perkins, Secretary. 
Directors 
Wra.W Ellsworth, Solomon Porter, Jeremiah Brown, 
Merick W. Chapin, James B Hosmer, Nathan Morgan, 
Heiary Hudson, Roderick Terry, Edward Watkinson, 
Frederick Bange, Thomas C Perkins, Martin Cowles. 
Martin Welles, Henry Waterman, Samuel Kellogg, 
Sylvester Norton, Daniel P. Hopkins, Epaphras L. 
Phelps, Jesse Goodrich, Lynde Olmsted, Charles Shel 
ion, Henry A. Perkins. 

Annual Election, firsl Monday in January. 



VEW-HAVEN MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY 

Capital #50,000 
Gilbert Totten, President. 
John Shipman, Secretary. 
Directors. 
Gilbert Totten, Laban Smith, Joseph N. Clarke, Eli 
u Sanford, Elnathan Atwater, Wm. J. Forbes, Cha? 
Uwater, James Hunt, Abram Bradley. 



106 Insurance Companies. 

OCEAN INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Roger Sherman, President. 
Truman Woodward, Secretary and Treasurer 
Directors. 
Roger Sherman, Abraham Heaton, Russell Hotchkiss 
Richard M. Clark, James Hunt, Henry Trowbridge 
Robert Atwater, Enos A. Prescott. 

Annual Election, first Monday in December. 



NEW LONDON INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Elisha De«ison, President 
David Coit, Secretary 

[No relurn of Directors.] 

NORWICH MUTUAL IN URANCE COMPANY 

Incorporated in 1795— Capital , $6,666. 
Ehenezer Huntington, Treasurer. 
Joseph Williams, Secretary. 
Directors. 
James Stedman, Jedediah Huntington, Jacob W. 
Kinney, John Breed, Russell Hubbard, Samuel Tyler, 
Amos P. Hubbard, C. P. Huntington, Eraslus Per- 
kins. 

JVJRWICH FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Capital #100,000— Incorporated in 1819. 
John L Buswell, President. 
Joseph Williams, Secretary. 
Directors. 
John L. Buswell, Charles P. Huntington, Codding- 
ton Billings, dishing Eells, Jacob B. Gurley, J. G. W. 
Trumbull, George L. Perkins, William C. Oilman, 
Joseph Williams. 

Annual Hie&ting, 1st Wednesday in January. 

NORWALK&DANBURY INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Capital #100,000. 
William M. Betts, President, ^ Of the Nor walk 
Clark Bissell, Secretary, \ Office. 

Samuel Tweed Y f President, ) Of the Dan- 

Thomas T. Whittlesey, Secretary, > bury Office. 
Joseph Wood, President, } Of - the Bridgeport 
Jesse Sterling, Secretary, i Office. 



Commissioners. 107 

WINDHAM COUNTY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE 
COMPANY. 
Vinj: Robinson, President. 
Adams White,, jr. Secretary 
Directors. 
Vine Robinson, John M'Lellan, Andrew T; Jiidson, 
Darius Matthewson, Elkanah C. Eaton, Rufui Adanus 
Roger Taintor, Charles Taintor, Joseph S. Cladding, 
Harvey Blashfield, Pascal P. Tyler. 

Annual election 2d Monday in June. 
Meeting of Directors, 2d Wednesday of every 
month. 



TOLLAND COUNTY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE 
COMPANY. 
John Fitch, President. 
Jeremiah Parish, Secretary. 
Directors. 
John Fitch, Jeremiah Parish, Francis M'Lean, Jon- 
athan Weston, George M. Hyde, Benjamin Pinney, 
Benning Mann, Simon House, Ariel Ladd, Harvey 
Clark, Horatio Dow. 

Annual Election, 3d Wednesday in June. 
Meetings of Directors, 2d Wednesday in every 
month. 



Overseers of Indian Tribes. 
Nathaniel Bradford, t higan Tribe. 
Peter Cofnstock, Niantick do. 
Erastus Williams, Grrton, do. 

■ Cheseborougb, Stonington, do 



Ceraan Stone, Turkey Hill, do. 



Directors for State Prison. 
John Russ, John S. Peters, ^Martin Welles, 



Commissioners for equalizing the Statr 
Assessment List, 
Isaac Spencer, Treasurer, \ £ r .™,>;„ 
James Thomas, Comptroller. ,\ 



-<tf Cities. 

CITIES. 



HARTFORD. 

Nathaniel Terry, Mayor. 
Aldermen 
Thomas Day, I Cyprian Nichols 

Jonathan W. Edwards, j John Russ. 
Common Council-Men, 
Joseph Pratt, Henry Kilboarn Thomas K. % Brace, Wii 
^iam Hayden, Charles Babcock, Eliphalet Terry, Jo- 
seph Morgan, Jesse Savage, William Ely, Roswell Bar 
tholomew, Jonathan Edwards, Henry L. Ellsworth. 
William Conner, Clerk. 
Horace Wadsworth and Benjamin Hastings, Sheriffs 
Nathaniel Goodwin, Treasurer. 

Elisha Dodd, Auditor. 

Benjamin Hastings, Collector. 

Committee to abate Taxes. 

Thomas K. Brace, Joseph B. Gilbert, James Thomas 

City Court, first Monday in each month. 

Wm. W 7 hilman, Clerk. 

Annual City Meeting, last Monday iu March 



NEW-HAVEN. 

David Daggett, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Elizur Goodrich, I Simeon Baldwin, 
Roger Sherman, j Roger 3. Baldwin. 
Common Council Men. 
Russel Hotchkiss, Joseph N. Clarke, Roger S. Skin 
Tier, William H. Jones, Nathan Peck, John Babcock. 
Philip S. Galpin, Caleb Brintnall, John H. Coley, Au- 
gustus R. Street, James Brewster, Isaac H. Townsend 
Horace R. Hotchkiss. 

Elisha Monson, Clerk. 

« ( Treasurer. 

John Scott, Samuel W Chilson, Sheriffs. 

Charles A Ingersoll, City Attorney, 
City court, 1st Tuesday of each Month. 
Annual Election, 1st Tuesday in June 



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Cities. 109 

NEW-LONDON. 

Jeremiah G. Bbainard, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
VV. P. Cleavetand, I Coddington Billings. 
Christopher Gritting, | Daniel Deshong, 
Common Council-Men. 
.John Way Jonathan Starr, Jr. Charles S. Stockman, 
John Hallam, John Brandagee, Thomas West. 

Joseph C. Sistare, City Cierk. 

Jonathan Brooks and Thomas S. Badet, City SheriflV. 

John A. Fulton, City Treasurer. 

City Court 1st Monday in each Month. 

Wm. F. Brainard. Clerk. 
Annual Election, 2d Mondav in June. 



MIDDLETOWN. 

Samuel W. Deka, Mayor. ' 
Aldermen. 
Thomas Mather, I Samuel Cooper, 
Charles Whittlesey, | Daniel Rand. 
Common Council-Men. 
Joseph Taylor, William L Storrs, Samuel D. Hut* 
bard, Alexander Keith, Richard Rand, Horace Clark, 
Stephen Shadick. 

John Fisk, City Clerk, Treasurer and Clk City Court 

Harvey Treadway, Sheriff. 

George W. Stanley, Cily Attorney 

Annual Meeting 3d Monday in January. 

City Court 2d Tuesday in each Month. 

NORWICH. 

Calvin Goddard, Mayor. 
Alderman 
James Lanman, I Wm. P. Greene, 
Joseph Williams, j George Hill, 
Common Council-Men. 
f John Lathrop, N. Kinney, Ichabod Ward, John I)e 
wilt, Erastus Coit, David Tracy, Appleton IVTeech, John 
Hillard, A. Roath, Peleg Hunt, S.°Story, Henry^Jewet' 
J. A. Rockwell, Clerk of City and of City Court. 
Francis A. Perkins, Treasurer. 
Frederick Prentiss, Sheriff, 
1 3 



1 10 Boroughs. 



BOROUGHS. 

BRIDGEPORT. 

Daniel Burritt, Warden. 
Burgesses. 
Josiah B. Hall, Joseph Wood, Philo Hurd, Svlvanii 
Sterling, Samuel 0. Kirtland, Charles* Foote. 
Sherwood Sterling, Clerk. 
Roswell Lewis, Treasurer. » 
Benjamin S. Smith, Bailiff. 



COLCHESTER. 

John R. Watbous, Warden.. 
Burgesses. 
George Way, Avery Morgan, Samuel H. Fox, Danles 
Kellogg, William Turner. 

Elias M. Worthington, Clerk. 
Joshua B. Wheeler, Treasurer. 
John C. Bulkley, Bailiff. 



DANBURY. 

Daniel B. Cooke, Warden. 
Burgesses. 
Nathaniel Bishop, John S. Blackman, Najah Wild 
man, Nathaniel Wood, Niram Wildman,Ephraim Greg 
ory. 

Darius Starr, Clerk. 
Elijah Sanford, Treasurer. 
Thomas T. Whittlesey, Agent. 
Matthew Curtis, Bailiff. 



ESSEX, 

Ebenezer Hayden, Warden. 
Burgesses. 
Samuel M. Hayden, Samuel Ingham. Felix Starke}' 
'.lias Redfield, Obadiah Spencer, Amasa Hayden. 

Samuel M. Hayden, jr. Clerk and Treasurer 
Elisha M. Holmes, Bailiff. 



Boroughs. 1 1 1 

GUILFORD. 

William Todd, Warden. 
Burgesses. 
\ Comfort Starr, Samnel Robinson, Jedediab Lathrop 
fohn B. Chittenden, Friend Collins, Samuel Fowler. 
Amos Seward, Clerk. 
Samuel C Johnson, Treasurer. 
Jonathan Bishop, jr Bailiff. 



KILLING WORTH. 

"William Carter, Warden. 

Burgesses. 

John Stanton, Edward Wilcox, Eli A. Elliott, Ask 

M. Bo i!es, Edward Wright, Leet Hurd. 

A^a M. Bolles, Treasuier. 

^o\\x\ Chittenden. Bailiff, 

John Stanton, Clerk. 



LITCHFIELD. 

William Buell, President 
Joseph Adams, Clerk. 
Phi^eas Miner, Tre> surer, 
Frederick pepiinj*, BailiiF. 



WATERBURY. 

Ard Warner, Warden. 
BurgesseY 
Giles Brocket, Lemuel Harrison, Samuel Cooke, Bat 
>m Mix, Anson Bronson, Hiram Upson. 
Daniel Steele, Treasurer. 
Ransom Steele, Bailiff 
Horace Porter, Clerk. 



STONINGTON. 

Benjamin F. Baecock, Warden. 

Burgesses 

Samuel F. Denison, Gurdon Trumbull, Ephraim Wil 

iarns, William VV\ Rodman, Giles R. Hallam, Wi'liam 

Hyde. 

Nathvn Smith, Clerk, 
fhineas \Stanton, Bsiliff, 



112 Colleges. 

COLLEGER 



YALE COLLEGE— NEW-HAVEN. 

Corporation. — Rev Jeremiah Day, S T. D. LL.D.*— 
His Excellency Gideon Tomlinson, LL, D. — His Honor 
John S. Peters — Rev. Daniel Smith— Rev. Andrew El- 
iot—Rev. Calvin Chapin, S. T D.— Rev. David Smith 
— Rev. Matthew PJoyes — Rev. Noah Porter LL. D. — 
Rev. Daniel Dow — Rev. Aaron Dulton — Nathan John- 
son — Rev. Abel M'Ewen — Rev. Diodate Brockway— 
Hon John Alsop — Hon. Samuel Tweedy — Hon. Martin 
'Welles — Hon. Roger Huntington 

Treasurer — James Hillhouse, LL. D. 
Steward — Stephen Twining. 
FACULTY 

Rev Jeremiah Day, S. T D LL. D., President. 

David Daggett, LL D Professor of Law. 

Nathan Smith. M. D., C. S M. S Lond. Professor of 
the Theory and Practice ot Physic, Surgery, and Ob 
stetrics. 

Benjamin Silliman, M. D. LL. D. Professor of Chem 
istry, Pharmacy, Mineralogy, and Geology. 

James L. Kingsley, A.M Professor of the Hebrew 
Greek and Latin Languages. 

Eli Ives, M. D Professor of Materia Medica and Bot 
any, and Lecturer on the Diseases of Children. 

Rev. Nathaniel W Taylor, S. T D. Dv\ight Profess 
or of Didactic Theology 

Jonathan Knight, M. D. Professor of Anatomy and 
Physiology, and Lecturer on Obstetrics. 

Josiah \V. Gibbs, A. M. Professor of Sacred Litera- 
ture 

Rev. Eleazer T. Fitch, A. M. Professor of Divinity. 

Rev, Chauncey A Goodrich, A. M Professor ot Rhet- 
oric and Oratory. 

Denison Olmsted, A. M. Professor of Mathematics 
and Natural Philosophy. 

Tutors — Aaron M Skinner, A.M — TheophPus Smith, 
A. M. — George Jones, A. M. — Simeon North, A.M.-- 
Amos Petingell, A. M. — David L Seymour, A. B. — 
Amis Blanchard,A. B. — VVm A. Larnco, A. B. 

Charles A. Crulomb,«Instructor in French. 

Jose Antonio Pizarro 7 Instructor in Spanish 



Colleges. H3 

Claries Upbam Shepard, A. B. Assistant to the Pro- 
fessor of Chemistry. 

Number of Theological Students, 64 

Law do 20 

j Medical do 68 

Resident Graduates, 7 

Under Graduates, 325 

Total, 474 



WASHINGTON COLLEGE— HARTFORD. 

Trustees— Rt Rev. T. C Brovvnell— Rev. H. Cros- 
well Rev. B G Noble— Rev. N. S. Wheaton— Cha'e 
Sigourney — Richard Adams — Ebenezer Young — Jona- 
than Starr, jr.— Nathan Smith— J T Peters— J S. Pe- 
ters — Luther Loomis — Rtv. D. Burhans— Rev. Samuel 
Lucky— Wm H. fmlay — Samuel Tudor — S. P. Beers — 
Martin Welles — John Alsop— Rev R. Sherwood — Jon- 
athan Brace. 

FACULTY. 

Right Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, D. D. LL. D. Presi 
dent. 

Rev. Hector Humphreys, A. M. Professor of Ancient 
Languages. 

, Rev. Norman Pinney, A. M. adjunct Professor of 
Ancient Languages. 

Rev. Horatio Potter, A. M Professor of Matbemat- 
icks, and Natural Philosophy. 

John Smyth Rogers, M D Professor of Chemistry 
and Mineralogy. 

George Sumner, M. D. Professor of Botany. 

Win. W. Ellsworth, A. M Professor of Law. 

Rev. Samuel Fuller, A. M. Tutor. 

Annual Commencement, on the first Thursday in 
August.— Vacations ; two weeks, from the Thursday be- 
fore Christmas ; three weeks, from the Thursday before 
the 20th April, and six weeks, after commencement. 

College! Expences, $52, 50 per annum,— Boarding 
for Students, fit, 50 per week, 



114 Academies , 

ACADEMIES. 

AMERICAN LITERARY, SCIENTIFIC AND MILf I 

TARY ACADEMY.— Middletown. Conn 

Alden Partridge, A. M. President. 

SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENT. 

Valentine B. Horton, Superintendant. 
C. H. Perry, Adjutant. 
Edwin F, Johnson, Professor of Practical Mathemat 
ics and Civil Engineering. 

B. M. Tyler, Professor of Mathematics and Natural 
Philosophy: 

C. H Perry, Instructor in Mathematics. 
Joseph Barrett, M. D Professor of Botany, Chemistry 

and Mineralogy. 

Rev. Walter Colton, A. M. Professor of Divinity and 
English Literature. 

V. B. Horton, Professor of Moral Philosophy and Po 
Silica! Economy. 

Rev. Luther Wright, A. M. Professor of the Greek 
and Latin Languages. 

A. Rodriguez, Professor of the French and Spanish 
Languages- 

E. Sturtevant, Instructor in Music. 

EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, AT CHESHIRE. 

, President. 

Vacations. — From first Wednesday in September, 
three weeks— from 24th Dec two weeks — from thirrf 
Wednesday in April, five weeks. 

BACON ACADEMY, COLCHESTER. 

Francis Vose, A. M. Principal. 

Julius Hammond, Assistant. 
Vacations. — From the first Wednesday in September 
'hree weeks — from the first Wednesday in. January, two 
weeks — from the first Wednesday in May, two weeks 

WETHERSFIELD FEMALE SEMINARY. 

Joseph Emerson, Principal, 
Mrs. Emersoo, Preceptress. 
Miss N. Emerson ? Assistant 



Academies. Lib 

LfTCHFlELD FEMALE ACADEMY. 
Sarah Pierce, Principal. 
John P. Brace, Assistant. 
Vrusttes. — Frederick Wolcott— Phinehas Miner— S. 
P. Beers — Wm. Buel — John R. Landon — Daniel Shel- 
don — Truman Smith — Jabez W. Huntington -John P. 
Brace — Leonard Goodwin. 

There are connected with the Academy, teachers ol 
the French Language, of Music, Drawing, he. &ic. 

Vacations. — From the last Wednesday in April, three 
weeks — from the first Wednesday in November, four 
weeks. 



FARMINGTON ACADEMY. 

% 

Simeon Hart, Jr. A. M. Principal. 

Rockwell, A. B. > A . , , 

Asahel Lewis, £ Assistants. 

Trustees.— Rev. JNoah Porter, A. M.— Timothy Pitkin 
Edward Hooker, A. M.— George Cowles — James H. 
Camp. 

Elijah Porter, Clerk. 
Martin Cowles, Treasurer. 
There are four Terms in a year, of eleven week* 
sach. Tuition, #4, per term. 

NORWALK EPISCOPAL ACADEMY. 
Rev. Reuben Sherwood, A. M. Rector. 
Allen C. Morgan, Principal. 
Miss Riley, Principal of the Female department. 
Vacations. — Commencing Thursday preceding Easter, 
luree weeks — three weeks preceding first Monday in 
ovember. 

PLAINFIELD ACADEMY. 

John Witter, A. M. Preceptor. 
Hiram A. Tracy, Assistant. 
Rev. Orin Fowler, Chairman of the Board of Over- 
filsers. ^ 

1 George Middleton, Secretary and Treasurer. 
I Vacations— From the last Wednesday in August three 
weeks — from the first Wednesday in January, two 
Hteeks--frora the first Weknesday in May, two weeR? 



116 Academies. 

HARTFORD FEMALE SEMINARS 
Thomas Day, President. 
James* H. Wells, Treasurer. 
•Charles Sheldon, Secretary. 
Trustees. — Rev. Joel Hawes, Rev. Joel H. Linsley, 
Rev. Samuel Spring, Daniel Wadsworlh, Thomas Day, 
Oliver D. Cooke, Eliphalet Terry, Henry Hudson^ 
James H. Wells, Seth Terry, William W. Ellsworth. 
Miss Catharine E, Beecher, Principal. 
Teachers. 
Mrs. Sarah Gammage, Miss Clarissa Brown, 
Miss Julia S. Hawks, Miss Mary Dutton, 

Miss Harriet Beecher, Miss Ann Fisher. 
Miss Laura Louisa Degen, Teacher of French and 
Italian, Languages. 

Assistant Pupils. 
Elizabeth Watson, Aphia Thatcher, 

Francis A. Strong, Susan B Brigham. 

NORWICH FEMALE ACADEMY, 1NCORPORAT 

ED 1828. 
George L. Perkins, Treasurer. 
'• Joseph Williams, Secretary 

Trustees. — James Lanman, D wight Ripley, Alfred 
Mitchell, B- B. Paddock, Wm Palmer, Joseph Wil- 
liams, A. H. Hubbard, James Dwight, Jed. Perk.ns, E ' 
rastus Davison, Geo. L. Perkins, Thomas Robinson- 
Rev Daniel Hemenway, Principal. 

Miss Tucker, Assistant. 

Miss C. E Sfeipman, Instructress in Music. 

Miss A. T. Lanman, Instructress in Drawing and 
Painting. 

R Farnsworth, M. D. Lecturer in Chemistry, &c. 

Miss Tucker, Instructress in French and Italian Lan« 
guages. 

Spring terin commences 1st Wednesday in May, and 
continues 15 weeks. 

ACADEMIC SCHOOL, IN TOLLAND. 
Sidney B. Willey, A. M. Preceptor. 
Trustees. — Jeremiah Parish, Elijah Smith, John War 
ren, Ariel Ladd, Rowland Lathrop. 

Vacations. — From the 10th January, one week— from 
the 4th April, two weeks—from the 11th October, one 
week. 



Acanemies. Jl 



HARTFORD GRAMMAR SCHOOL 

Elijah P Barrows, Principal. 

William Carter, ) 

F. A. P. Barnard, > Assistants. 

Selden Skinner, ) 
Trustees. — Nathan Perkins, D. D Jonathan W. Ed- 
wards, Nathaniel Terry, Thomas S. Williams, Daniel 
Wadsworth, Thomas Day, Rev. Joel Hawes. 



NEW-HAVEN GYMNASIUM. 

Instructors. — Sereno E. D wight, A. M. and Henry E. 
T)wight, A.M. Principals. 

Ethan A. Andrews, A. M. Instructor in Latin. 

Solomon Stoddard, A. M. Instructor in Greek. 

Joseph A. Pizarro, A. M. Instructor in Spanish. 

Charles A. Coulomb, A. M. Instructor in French. 

Stiles French. A. B Instructor in Mathematics and 
Natural Philosophy. 

Aldys S. Allen, A. B. Instructor in Penmanship, Vo 
cal Music, and Gymnastics. 

Forrest Shepard, A. B. Elementary Instructor, and 
Teacher of Natural History. 

Number of Scholars, Eighty-Eight. 

LEE'S ACADEMY, AT MADISON. 

Incorporated, in 1825. 
Samuel Robinson, Jr. Principal. 
Trustees. — Samuel N. Shepard, Frederick Lee, Rev 
nold Webb. 

ASKFORD ACADEMY. 

John O. Payson, Preceptor. 

Rev. Philo Judson, President of the Board ot 

Trustees. 
Benjamin C. Simmons, Secretary and Treasurer 



1 1 8 Asylum, — Retreat 

AMERICAN ASYLUM. 

Far the Education and Instruction of Deaf and Duml 
persons. — Incorporated in 1819.. 
Annual Meeting, in May. 
Nathaniel Terr)', President. 
Seth Terry, Secretary. 
James H. Wells, Treasurer. 
William Ely, Commissioner of the Fund. 
Mason F. Cogswell, M. D. Physician, 
Vice-Presidents. — Mason F. Cogswell, M. D., Joseph 
Battel, Ward Woodbridge, Henry Hudson,' Thomas 
Day, Samuel Tudor, William Ely, Stephen Whitney. 

Directors, John Russ, David Watkinson, James 

Ward, William Watson, Charles Seymour, Roswell Bar- 
tholomew, John Butler, James B. Hosmer, Daniel P. 
Hopkins, Barzillai Hudson. 
Thomas H. Gallaudet, A.M. Principal Instructor. 
Assistants. — Laurent Clerc, William \f . Turner, A.M.. 
Harvey P. Peet, A. M., Horatio N. Brinsmade, A. M., 
Elizur T. Washburn, A. B., Wilson Whiton, George H = 
Loring, Fisher A. Spafford. 

Harvey P. Peet, Steward. 
Mrs. Peet, Matron. 
Vacations commence on the last Wednesdays of Apri; 
and September, and continue four weeks each. 



RETREAT FOR THE INSANE. 
Annual Meeting in May. 
His Excellency Gideon Tomlinson, President. 
Rt.Rev. T. C. Brownell, D.D.LL.D. Vice-Prest. 
Directors. — Eli Todd, MD., Rev. Thomas Robbins. 
Samuel B. Woodward, MD., M. F. Cogswell, Ml)., 
John Russ, George Sumner, MD., John Butler, Cypri- 
an Nichols, Charles Sheldon, Roderick Terry, Thomas 

C. Perkins, Asa Farwell, James Ward, James B. Hos- 
mer, Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudet, Joseph Trumhull, 

D. P. Hopkins, Jas. Dodd, G. Lvman, John Olmsted. 
Medical Visitors.— Ml. F. Cogswell, MD., S. B. Wood- 
ward, MD., George Sumner, MD., J. L. Comstock, M. 
D., E. P. Terry, MD., S. W Brown, MD. 

Managers — Henry Hudson, John Butler, James Ward.- 

Eli Todd, MD., Physician. 

Phineas Talcott, Steward.— Mrs. Talcott, Matron. 



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■Statistical. 12& 

ABSTRACT 

OF 

I A Statement of the number of Children in eacL 
ulioo! Society, between 14 and 16 years of age, ac- 
cording to the enumeration in 1827, and the amount o( 
School Money paid to such Society, together with the 
Town Tax, as laid by each Town, and the Grand List 
annexed, of 1827. 







ID 






NAME OF EACH SCHOOL SO- 
CIETY. 


C qj 

6 "5 

Zi~ 


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8.3 
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1924 


a 

m 

#1635 40 


i2T2 


O 


Hartford, 1st S. Society, 


1 783 ij 


Berlin, 1st, or Kensington. 


186 


158 10 


2 1-2 


43572 


do. 2d, New Britain, 


326 


277 10 






do. 3d, Worthington, 


346 


294 10 






Bristol, 


396 


336 60 


21-2 


17460 


Burlington, 


360 


306 


4 


13549 


Canton, 1st, 


348 


295 80 


21-2 


14672 


East Hartford, 1st, 


634 


538 90 


5 


28106 


East Windsor, 1st, 


232 


197 20 


3 1-2 


55390 


do. 2d, 


604 


513 40 






Enfleld, 


622 


528 70 


3 


31701 


Faimington, 1st, 


504 


428 40 


3 1-2 


63046 


do. 2d, or Northington, 


305 


259 25 






Glastenbury, 1st, 


706 


<U)0 10 


2 


42181 


do. 2d, or Eastbury, 


342 


290 70 






Granby, 1st, 


617 


524 45 




31401 


do. 2d, 


324 


275 40 






Harttand, 1st, 


184 


156 40 


3 


11459 


do. ' 2d, 


195 


165 75 






Manchester, 


502 


426 70 


5 1-2 


21431 


Marlborough, 


216 


163 60 


3 


10820 


Simsbury, 


477 


405 45 


£ 


2415£ 


Soulhington, 


675 


488 75 


4 


29426 


Suffield, 1st, 


535 


454 75 


% 


376^ 


4o. 2d, 


237 


201 45 






■fait Hartford-, 


341 


289 85 







11 



12Q 



Statistical. 



Wetbersfield, 1st, i 557 

do. 2d, or Newingion, 172 

do. 3d, or Sfepney, 328 

Windsor, 1st, 397 

do. 2d, 147 

Wintonbary, 455 

Wapping, ]o 8 

New- Haven, 1st, S. S. 2697 

Amity, 263 

Bethany, 286 

Branford, 1st, 377 

do. 2d, 119 

do. 3d, or Ncrthford, 170 

Cheshire, 1st, 4g0 

Columbia, 216 

Derby, 1st, 461 

do. 2d, 192 

Sast Haven, j 364 

East Plains, 241 

Guilford, 1st, 558 

do. 2d, 142 

Madison, 1st, 330 

do. 2d, 129 

Meriden, 404 

r Uiddlebury, 257 

Vlilford, 1st, 682 

Mt. Carmel, or Haraden 1st 257 

North Haven, 39' 

North Milford, 21' 

Oxford, 520 

Soutbbury, 1st, 222 

do. 2d, or South Britain, 2j6 

Wallingford, 60| 

Waterbury, 1st, 518 

Go. 2d, or Salem , 341 

West Haven, 178 

Woicott, 255 

New-Londov S. S. 11646 

Bozrah, j 285 

Chesterfield, 419 

Colchester, 1st, I 473 

Frankliu. 1st. ( I73 

db. 2d, I 134 



65$ 
146 
278 
337 
124 
386 
108 
2292 
223 
243 

3eo 

301 
144 

408 
183 
391 
163 
309 
204 
474 
120 
280 
109 
343 
218 
579 
218 
337 
184 
442 
188 
183 
514 
440 
289 
151 
216 
1399 
242 
356 
402 
147 
113 



451 

20 

80 

45 

95 

75 

80 

45 

55 

10 

45 

15 

50 

60 
85 

20 
40 
85 
30 
70 
50 
65 
40 
45 
70 
45 
45! 
45 



21-2 



457X/& 
4195S 

106046 



3 1»2 
41-2 



71-2 
6 



31-2» 



2 1-2 

3 1-2, 



Statistical. 






*i ris wold, 


648 


550 80 


5 


GrotOOj 1st, 


752 


639 20 


3 


do. 2d, | 


694 


589 90 




Hanover, 


151 


128 35 




Lebanon, 1st, 


246 


208 25 


41-2 


do. 2d, or Goshen, 


207 


175 95 




do. 3d, or Exeter, 


126 


107 10 




Lisbon, 


162 


137 70 




Lyme, 1st, 


383 


325 55 


4 


do. 2d, 


291 


247 35 




do. 3d, 


394 


334 90 




Montrille, 1st, 


463 


393 55 


4 


New Salem, 


248 


210 80 




Newton, 


224 


190 40 




North Stonington, 


936 


795 60 


4 


Norwich, 1st, 


613 


521 05 


6 


do. 2d, 


702 


596 70 




Preston, 1st, 


298 


253 30 


3 


Salem, 


319 


271 15 


112 


Stonington, 


950 


807 SO 


4 


West Chesier, 


199 


169 15 




Fairfield, 1st, S. S. 


442 


375 70 


2 


do. 2d, or Greenfield, 


312 


265 20 




Bridgeport, 


329 


279 65 




Brookfield, 


382 


324 70 


2 1-2 


Bethel, 


366 


311 10 




Danbury, 1st, 


822 


698 70 


3 


Greenwich, 1st, 


157 


133 45 




do. 2d, or West, 


731 


621^35 




Huntington, 


358 


304 30 


512 


Middlesex, or 2d, 


386 


328 10 




New Fairfield, 


285 


242 25 


4 


Monroe, or New Stratford, 


439 


373 15 


1 


New Canaan, 


521 


442 85 


4 


Norwalk, 1st, 


863 


733 55 


2 


Newtown, 


849 


721 65 


3 


North Stamford, 


337 


286 45 




Uedding, 


470 


399 50 




Rid^eheld, 1st, 


525 


446 25 


2 


do. 2d, 


187 


158 95 




Sherman, 


C98 


253 30 


5 


tftamford, 1st, 


670 


569 50 


11-2 


Stanwich, 


394 


334 90 




Stratfordj }st«, 


£29, 


534 65 


61-2 



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Statistical. 



3tratfield, 
Trumbull, 
Weston, 1st, or Norfield, 

do. 2d, or North Fairfield 
Wilton, 

Brooklyn, S. S. 
Ashford, 1st, 

do. 2d, or Westford, 

do 3d, orEaslford, 
Abi^gton, 

Bethesda, or Sterling N'tb, 
Canterbury, 
Chaplin, 
Hampton, 
Killingly 

do. Middle, or 2d, 

do. Soutb, 
Nazareth, 
Plainfield, 
Pomfret, 1st, 
Thompson, 
Vohjntuwn, 
Westminster, 
Westfield, 
Windham, lsi, 

do. 2d, or Scotland, 
Woodstock, 1st, 

do. 2d, 

do. 3d, 

LlTCHFIEL», 1st, S. S» 

Bntkhamsted^ 1st, 
Belhlem, 
Bndgewaler, 
Canaan 1st 

do. 2d, 
Colebrook, 
Cornwall, 1st, 
Ellsworth, 
Goshen, 1st, 
Harwinton, 
Kent, 1st, 
Milton, 
New Hartford, 1st, 



608 


516 80 




390 


331 50 




338 


287 30 


3 


515 


437 75 




601 


510 85 




349 


'296 65 


5 


251 


213 35 


51*2 


179 


152 15 




396 


336 60 




271 


230 35 


, 


218 


185 30 




313 


266 05 


3 


188 


159 80 


6 


329 


279 65 


2 


310 


263 50 


3 


259 


220 15 




167 


141 95 




256 


217 60 




690 


586 5<> 


3 


295 


250 75 


2 1-2 


964 


819 40 


3 


324 


275 40 


5 


267 


226 95 




224 


190 40 




538 


457 30 


4 


205 


174 25 




284 


241 40 


5 


364 


309 40 




292 


248 20 




683 


580 55 


4 


361 


306 85 


6 


258 


219 30 


2 


250 


| 212 50 




366 


311 10 




313 


266 05 




375 


318 55 


6 


501 


425 85 


6 


290 


246 50 




410 


348 50 


3 


435 


369 75 


4 


457 


388 45 


7 


308 


261 80 




\ 528 


448 80 


\ 



Statistical, 



12i> 



5ew Mil ford, 1st, 
New Preston, 
Norfolk, 
tfnrthfield, 
Plymouth, 1st, 
Box bury, 
Salisbury, 
Sha»on, 1st, 
South Farms, 
Torrington, 1st, 
Torringford, 
Warren, 

Washington, 1st, 
Watertown, 
Winchester, 1st, 

do 2d, or Winsted, 
Woodbury 

Middletown, 1st, S. S. 
do. 2d, or North, 
do. 3d, or Middlefield, 
do. 4th, or Westfield, 
Chatham, 1st, 
Durham, 
East Hampton, 
East Haddam, 1st, 

do. 2d or Millington, 
Haddam, 1st, 
Hadlyme, 
Kiliingvvorth, 1st, 

do. 2d, ^ 

Middle Haddam, 
Saybrook, 1st, 
do. 2d, 

do. 8d, 

do. '4tb, 

Tolland, 
Andover, 
Bolton, 
Columbia, 
Coventry, 1st, 
do. 2d r 

' Ellington, 
Gilead, 



7911 
464 
407 
219 1 
481 
337 
825 
574 
255 
224 
312 
312 
240 
413 
172 
405 
574 
1463 
312 
161 
184 
519 
308 
251 
401 
272 
748 
183 
357 
325 
423J 
277 
536] 
309 
235 
488 
175 
227 
284 
295 
229 
400 
171 



4 1-2 
4 1 2 
3 



672 35|2 1-4 
394 40 
345 95 5 
186 15 
408 85 
286 45 
701 25 
487 90'4 
216 75 
190 40 
265 20 
265 20 
204 
351 05 
146 20 
343 75 
487 90 
1243 55 
265 20 
136 85 
156 40 
44! 15 

261 80 
213 W 
340 85 
231 20 
635 80 
155 55 
303 45 
276 45 
359 55 
235 45 
455 60 

262 65 
199 75 
414 80 
148 75 
192 95 
241 40 
250 75 
194 65 
340 
145 35 



2 1-2 



59055 



16645 

9097 
10405 
26389 

2029? 



Hebron, 1st, 
Mansfield, 1st, 
* do. 2d, 

Somers, 
Stafford, 1st, 

do. 2d, 
Onion, 
Vernon, 
Willington, * 

The following towns not being enumerated unde 
their respective names in the School Society returns^ 
we have been compelled to place them in a separate 
table. 

Hamden, 22,468— Orange, 20,957— Woodbridge 
4 1-2-27,753— Lisbon, 15,882— Salem, 1 1-2-12,575- 
Waterford, 5-18,711-Bridgeport, 27,224— Darien, 1 
,14,807— Sterling, 5-11.957 —Prospect, 8,246. 



Statistical. 




' 


349 


296 65 2 


2631 




386 


328 10 




2145 




413 


351 05 








462 


392 70 


3 


2022 




489 


415 65 


7 


217G 




292 


248 20 








209 


177 65 


6 


817< 




416 


353 60 


31-2 


1565' 




370 


314 50 


8 


1111. 






. 


Recapitulation. 




Hartford County,* 


742,036 


New Haven 


do 


514,738 


New London do 


470,602 


Fairfield 


do 


582,804 


Windham 


do 


327,774 


Litchfield 


do 


, 550,778 


Middlesex 


do 


282,901 


Tolland 


do 


207,535 


Total 




3,679.170 



Farmington Canal Company. 

James Hillhnuse, President and SuperintendanL 
Wlliiam W. Boardman, Secretary. 
Jams Hurd, Chief Engineer. 
James Hill house, Burrage Beach, Isaac Lawrancc, 
George C. Kellogg, Elisha Phelps, Titus Street, John 
O.'Peltibone, James Goodrich, Nathaniel Bacon, Rich- 
ard M. Clark, Nathan Peck, Stephen Twining, A9ahel 
Tattle, S. J. Hitchcock, Harvey Stanford, Elnathan At 
water, Simeon Marble. 

Commissioners 
Simeon Baldwin, William Mosely, George Cqwtes. 
Jfbfcatlran.O. Pettibone, Roger Milte. 



Societies. *3i< 

MASONIC. 

'GRAND ENCAMPMENT 

flhe Slate of Connecticut, Officers chosen May 15,1828 
M. E. John R. Watrous, G M 

E Laban Smilh, D G M 

E Daniel B Brinsmade, G G 

E Thomas Hubbard, G C G 

E and Rev. Benjamin M. Hill, G P 
'E Andrew Harris, G S W 

E William H. Jones, G J W 

E Frederick Lee, G T 

E Amherst D. Scovill, G R 

E Leonard Hendee, G S B 

E Joel G. Candee, G St. B 

E William E. Russell. G W 

E Gideon HolHster, G S 

NEW-HAVEN ENCAMPMENT. 
'•eld at New- Haven — Annual meeting 4lh Tv eednij in 
December. 
E Labftn Smith, G C 
E and Rev. Benjamin M. Hill, G 
C William H.Jones, C G 
E Timothy P. Beers, P 
Sir Nathan Flags, S W 
Sir Justin Redfield, J W 
Sir Augustus R. Street, Treasurer 
Sir William H.Ellis, Recorder 
Sir Henry feck, S. B. 
Sir Nauun Hayward, S B 
Sir Curtis M. Doolittle, Warden 
Sir Darius Higgins, Sentinel 

GRAND COUNCIL, 
Of the State of Connecticut, chosen Man loth, 1 32& 
T I Ingoldsby W. Crawford, G P 
X Andrew Harris, D G P 

I Asa Child, G T 1 

I Samuel Simons. G P C 

I John Fitch, GC G 

I Andrew Krdston, G Treasure! . 

I William H. Jones, G Recorder 

Rev. arid I Hector Humphreys, G Chaplain 

1 Benjamin H.Norton, G Steward 

I John Corse, G Tyler 



J32 Societies* 

GRAND CHAPTER, 
M E William H. Jones, € H P 
R E Andrew Harris, D G H P 
E Asa Child, G K 

E Ingoldsby W. Crawford, G S 

E Frederick Lee, G Treasurer 

E John Mix, G Secretary 

E Samuel Simons, G Marshal 

E Thomas T Wells, G Sentinel 

Rev. and E Benjamin M. Hill,G Chaplain 

E Benjamin H Norton, l Q Stpvrards 

E Asahe! Saunders, S btewa ^ s 

! GRAND LODGE. 
M E .lames M. Goodwin, G M 
R VV Amherst D. Soovill D G'M 
\V William C. Gav,S G W 
W Charles A. Ingersoll, J G IV 
W Laban Smith, G Treasurer 
"W William H. Jones, G Secretary 
W Asa Child, S G D 
W Samuel Simons, J G D 
W and Rev. Banjamin M. Hill, G Chaplaiu 
W Gilbert A. Smith, G Marshall 
W Elisha Harrington, } Q St d 
W Anson Colton, $ ** &te«iar<ls 
W John Corse, G Tyler 

COUNILS, 

Under the jurisdiction of the Grand Council of Conn 



Xo. 1 Wolcott, Hartford 
2 Montgomery, Ashford 
.3 Franklin, Norwalk 

4 Gushing, New London 

5 Watrous, Colchester 

<y Washington, Stamford 
7 Cross, Kent. 



8 Harmony, New^Haven 

9 Columbia, Middlelown 

10 Olive Branch. Cant'bur 

11 Adams, Litchfield 

12 Tyrian, Washington 

13 Adoniram, Tolland 

14 Clinton, Granby 



CHAPTERS. 

Under the Jurisdiction of the, Grand Chapter. 



No. 1 Hiram Newtown 

2 Franklin, New-Haven 

3 Solomon, Derby 

4 Franklin, Norwich 
i> Vanderbroofc, Colchester 
<> Washington, Middletownj 14 Hampton, Kent 
7* Union, New-London J 15 Meridian, Canaan 

J» ,1: ytvch, Redding ! 16 Darius. LilcJifiefc 



9 Trinity, Windham 

10 Fidelity, Woodbury 

11 Rittenhouse, Stamfore 

12 Warren, Pomfret 

13 Jerusalem, Stratford 



Societies. 



133 



22 Eureka, Oxford 

•23 Mount Moriah,Wat'ford 

24 Eureka, Danbury 

25 Washin&ton, Norwalk 



17 Pythagoras, Hartford 

18 Adoniram, Tolland 

19 Jerusalem, Litchfield 

20 Lafayette, Granby 
*21 Benevolence, Ston'ton * 

LODGES. 

Under the Jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge. 
No. 1 Hiram, New Haven *38 St. Alban's, Guilford 



2 St. John's, Middletown 

3 St. John's, Bridgeport 

4 St. John's, Hart lord 

5 Union, Stamfoid 

6 St. John's, Norwalk 

7 K. Solomon's, Woodbury 

8 St. John's Stratford 

9 Compass, Wallingford 

10 Wooster, Colchester 
Jl St. Paul's, Litchfield 
12- K Hiram, Derby 



39 Ark, Weston 

40 Union, Danbury, 

41 Federal, Brookfield 

42 Harmony, Walerbuiy 

43 Trinity, "Killing worth 

44 Eastern Star, Windham 

45 Pythagoras, Lyme 

46 Putnam, Pom fret 

47 Morning Star, Oxford 

48 St. Luke's, Kent 

49 Jerusalem, Ridgeneld 



13 Montgomery, Salisbury ,50 Warren, Andover 



14 Frederick, Farminglon 

15 Moriah Canterbury 

16 Temple, Cheshire 

17 Federal, Watertown 

18 Hiram, Newtown 

19 Washington, Monroe 

20 Harmony, Berlin 

21 St. Peter's New-Milford 

22 Hart's, Woodbridge 

23 St James's Preston 

24 Uriel, Mansfield 

25 Columbia, Glastenbury 

26 Columbia, E. Hadaam 

27 Rising Sun, Washington 

28 Morn'g Star, E Windsor 

29 Village, Canton 

30 Day Spring, Hamden 

31 Union, New London 

32 Meridian Sun, Warren 

33 Friendship, Southinglon 

34 Somerset, Norwich 

35 Aurora. Harwinton 

36 St. Mark's, Granby 

37 Western Star, Norfolk 

18 



51 Warren, Chatham 

Mount Olive, Essex 
pa Widow's Son, N. Ston, 

54 Hamilton, Sharon 

55 Seneca, Torrington 

56 Franklin, Bristol 

57 Asylum, Stoninglon 

58 N. Star, Barkhamsted 

59 Apollo, Sumeld 

60 Wolcott, Stafford 

61 Olive Branch, Goshen 

62 Orient, East Hartford 

63 Adelphi, New Haven 

64 3t. Andrew's Winsted 

65 Temple, Saugatuck 

&Q Widow's Son, Branford 

67 Harmony, N. Canaan 

68 Charity/Grofon 

69 Fayette, Ellington 

70 Washington, Windsor ■ 

71 Salem, Salem 

72 Lafayette, Fairfield 

73 Machester, Manchester* 

74 Blazing Star, Cornwall 



1£4 Societies. 

Connecticut Bible Society. 

Was incorporated in 1810; has circulated gratuitous!? 
37,460 Bibles and Testaments. 
Rev, Samuel Nott, D. D, President. 
Rev. Calvin Chapin, D. D. 1 

Re^Jo*"' Havves, ( Vice-Presidents. 

Jabez Huntington, ) 

Henry Hudson, Secretary. 
James R. Woodbridge, Treasurer. ■ 
Directing Committee — Samuel Pitkin, Rev. Henry A. 
Rowland, Rev. Joel Brace, Daniel Wadsworth, Charles 
Hosmer, Rev. Joel H. Linsley, Rev Caleb J. Tenney, 
Bela Kellogg, Rev Shubel Bartiett, Eliphalet Terry, 
Timothy Stillman, Rev Da\id Smith, Rev Horace 
Hooker, Joseph Trumbull, Rev. Samuel Spring, Oliver 
D. Cooke, Rev Joel Mann, Rev William L. Strong. 

Charles Hosmer, of Hartford, is appointed General 
Agent for purchasing and distributing Bibles, to whom 
applications for Bibles may be made. Applications for 
Bibles, and donations to the Society, may also be made 
to Jabez Huntington, Norwich, to Cleaveland J Salter 
New-Haven, and to Stephen S. Smith, Litchfield. 

Connecticut Branch of the American 
Tract Society. 

Was instituted in 1816 ; has circulated 479,496 Tracts, 
mostly gratuitously. 
Rev. Joel Hawes, President. 
James R. Woodbridge, Vice-President. 
.Andrew Kingsbury, Secietary. 
Directors— Eliphalet Terry, Daniel P. Hopkins, Albert 
Day, Harvey P. Peet, Normand Sm'th, Jr. 

Charles Hosmer, is appointed by the Board of Direr 
tors, General Agent for the sale and. distribution of 
Tracts. 

Domestic Missionary Society of Con- 
necticut. 

Rev Leonard Bacon, New- Haven, Secretary. 
Samuel J. Hitchcock, New-Haven, Treanir"' 
Henry White, New-Haven, Auditor. 



Societies. 1 



oO 



Directors— Timothy Dwight, Timothy Siillman, 
Matthew Marvin, Richard Hubbard, John Hall, Rev 
Joe! Hawes, Rev Caleb J. Tenney, Rev Chauncey A. 
Goodrich, Rev Timothy P Gillett. Rev Abel M'Ewen, 
'Edward \V. Hooker, Rev Thomas Punderson, Rev 
Samuel Backus, Rev Luther Hart, Rev Ralph Emerson, 
Rev Aaron Hovey, Rev Wm. L. Strong, Rev Zephania 
Swift. 

Connecticut Missionary Society. 

This Society was established in 2798, and is one of 
the oldest in the United States, it has expended near- 
ly ^125,000 on Missions. 

Andrew Kingsbury, Hartford, Treasurer. 
Rev Horace Hooker, Secretary and Auditor. 

Directors— Jonathan Brace, John Caldwell, Samuel 
Pitkin, Thomas Hubbard, Daniel VVadsworth, R^v Na- 
than Perkins, D. I). Rev Calvin Chapin, D. D. Rev- 
Samuel Goodrich, Rev Henry A Rowland, Rev Noah 
Porter, Rev Joel Hawes. 

Baptist Board of Convention. 

Officers of the Board «>f the Convention of the Bap- 
tist Churches in Con<:ei:tirul and vicinity, chosen at the 
Annual meeting in June, 1827 

Rev Asahel Morse, President. 

Rev Job i) R Dodge, Vict-Pnsiderd. 

Albert Day, Secretary 

J B Gilbert, Treaiurt.r. 

Trus/ees—iJeorze Mitchell,— Rev B. M. Hill— Re v 
Oliver VYiison— Rev. Calvin Philleo — Reuben Granger 

Baptist Education Society. 

Officers of the Baptist Education Society, (Conn 
•hosen at the annual meeting in May, 1827. 

Rev William Bentlev, President 

Rev Oliver Wilson, Vice-President. 

Joseph B.Gilbert, Treasurer. 

Guidon Robins, Recording Secretary. 

Rev Benjamin M. Hill, Corresponding Secretary. 

lYvstees—Rev Benjamin M. Hill. Rev Calvin PhilleQ 
ilev John R. Dodge- 



I 



136 Societies. 

Connecticut Branch of the American 
Education Society. 

Thomas Df.y, President 

Joseph Battel}* Vice President. 

Leonard Bacon, Secretary. 

Eliphalet Terry, treasurer 

Directors — Rev Jereminh Day, Rev Joel Hawes, Rev 
Nathaniel VV. Tayler, Rev Nathaniel Hewttt, Rev An- 
drew Elliot, Rev Chauncey A. Goodrich, and Rev Sara 
uel Mervvin. 

Connecticut Sunday School Union. 

Rev NatbaajeJ W. Taylor, D. D N. Haven, President. 
Vice-Presidents. 

Timothy Dwisht New -Haven. 

Rev Samuel Mervvin, do. 

R v Joel Hawes, Hartford, 

R-v Luther Hart, Ptvmonth. 
Managers — Rev Caleo J. Ter<ney. Wethersfield ; Rev 
AaroM Dnttoi, Guilford ; Rev Daniel Dow, Thompson; 
Re* A drew Elliott, New Milford ; Rev Asa King, 
North KifTtn g worth ; Rev \nsel Nash, Tolland ; Rev 
Amz Benedict, VetrioVi ; Frar'klin V K>1|, Bridgeport; 
Rev Orrin Fowler, Plainfield ; Rev Charles A. Board- 
fjaan, Va<4;:n£ton ; Rev Joshua Leavitt, Strafford ; 
R-v David Smith, Durham; Rev. Be jarain M. Hill, 
New Haven ; Wm. W Ellsworth, Hartford ; Lemuel 
Sanford, Reading ; Alexander Smith, Stonin^ton ; Guy 
B'irelovv, Colchester ; Edward Hooker, Farmington ; 
H irm.-e CoUon, Norwich ; Ezra Chapel, New-London; 
Reuben Granger, Sufneld ; Nathan Whiting, Re'\ Leon- 
ard Bacon. Oieaveland J. Salter, Mason" A. Duraud, 
Charles B. Whittlesey, - New-Haven. 

Jeremy L Cross, New -Maven, Secretary. 

Asa Tewnse r> d Jr. do. Treasurer. 
Depositories. — The Managers of the Connecticut. 
Sunday School Union have established three deposito- 
ries, viz: — Mr Horace Peck, New-Haven: Messrs. D. 
F Robinson, &, Co. Hartford; and Mr Russell Hub- 
bard, Norwich; at either of which places, Auxiliary- 
Societies can be supplied with books, &.c. at 25 per 
cent discount from the regular marked prices on their 
catalogue. 



Societies. 1.37 

Church Scholarship Society. 

President— The Rt Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, ex of. 

Vice-Presidents— Rev Harry Croswell, Richard Ad 
ams. 

Treasurer — James M. Goodwin. 

Corresponding Secretary— Rev. Nath'l S. Wheaton. 

Recording Secretary— Samuel H. Huntington. 

Directors — Rev. Daniel Burhans. Rev Binf&ey G. No 
We, Rev. Frederick H'lcomt),R , 'v George B. Andrews, 
Rev Reuben Sherwood. R^v Gemge W. Doane, Rev. 
rfrctor Humphreys, Rev Edward RuHedge, Samuel 
Tudor, William W. Boardmar, Calvin Butler, Amos 
IcovtII. 

Annnal Election, second Wednesday of May. 

Hartford Co. Sahbatli School Union. 

Officers constituting the Board of Managers — Rev. Jo 

3I H. Lindsley, Harford, President ; Rev Caleb J. Ten- 

ey, Wethersfield, l«t Vicp-Presiden' ; Rev Shubae! 

ISartlett, Ea^t-Windsnr, 2(i Vice-President ; Rev Allen 

VTLean, Simsbury, 3d Vice President ; 'iev. Samuel 

[Spring, Hartford," 4th Vice President. Elijah P. Bar- 

ows, Secretary ; Alexis S Baker. Treasurer. 

Managers — Simeon Han, Jun. Farmington ; Daniei 

opeland, Hartford ; Joseph Wright, Glastenhury ; Eli 

Jjrilmrfn, Hartford; Charles R >binson, Soothinglon ; 
Charles Hosraer, Hartford ; Martin Stanley, East - Hart- 
ord ; David F. Robinson, Hartford ; Horatio Gridley, 
Berlin ; John Dillingham, Hartford ; John H Wells, 
o. Abner Reed, Easi Windsor; Normand Smith, Harl- 
brd ; Albert Day, do. Calvin Barber, Simsbury 

Messrs. D. F. Robinson, Hartford Agents for Deposi - 
ory 

Charitable Society, in Hartford. 

This Society was instituted in 1792 ana incorpora- 
ed by the Legislature in 1809 

Annual Meeting 2d Tuesday in October. 
It has expended in Charity, since its formation, more 
than 6000 dollars. 

I Its funds are 1600 dollars — the interest of which, to- 
gether with the annual subscriptions of members, are 
ill expended for the purpose above described. Its onV 
ids are*— 



138 Societies. 

Oliver D. Cooke, President. 

Daniel Suck, Vice-President. 

Horace Hayes, Sec'ry U Auditor. 

James B. Hosmer, Treasurer. 

Benj. Hastings. Collector. 
Committee of Appropriation — Peter Thatcher, Ros 
well Bartholomew, Horace Goodwin, Caleb Pond, Se* 
iah Treat. 

Hale Donation. 

For promoting Christian Knowledge* 
Instituded at Coventry, in 1804, by Mrs. Sarah Hale, 
of that town, (deceased.) Incorporated in 1814, has 
an accumulating Fund, by one-sixth of its annual in- 
come Present Fund, 54,678,32, and an extensive and 
increasing Theological Library. 

Rev. Salmon Cone, President — Sylvester Gilbert, 
Treasurer — Rev. Chauncey Boolh, Secretary and Libra - 
riau-*— Nathan Howard, Elisha Stearns, Rev. George A 
Calhonn, Rev. Hubbel Loomis, Superintending Com- 
mittee. 

Annual Meeting of Trustee?, 4th Monday in October, j 

Bishop's Fund. 

President — Samuel VV. Johnson, 
Trustees — Rev.Ashbel Baldwin, Harry Croswell, Reu- 
ben Sherwood, Samuel W. Johnson, Naihan Smith. 
Eneas Munson, Charles Sigourney, William Moseley. 
Samuel Tudor, William M'Cracken. 

Treasurer — Charles Sigourney. 
Secretary — Rev Ashbel Baldwin. 
Annual Election, 1st Wednesday after the 4th Tuesday 
in October. 

Connecticut sliver Company. 

Alfred Smith, President. 
James M. Goodwin, Secretary. 
Daniel Buck, Treasurer. 
Directors. 
Alfred Smith, Ward Woodbiidge, Daniel Buck, Wni. 
tmlay, George Beach, Thomas K. Brace, Henry Kil. 
bourn, David Watkinson, Henry L. Ellsworth, Jeremy 
Uoadley, Joseph Pratt, Eljphalet Averill, Samuel Bef* 
UfaeVj James IT. Wells, Robert Watkinson. 



Clergymen. 1 3ft- 

BISHOPS 

Of the Protestant Episcopal Churcb, in the U. States, 
Right Rev. William White, DD. of Pennsylvania 
k u u Henry U. Onderdonk, Assistant Bishop do 
11 " John H Hobert, DD of New York 
* m Alexander V. Griswold, DD, of the E, Diocese 
n " Richard C. Moore, DD, of Virginia 

li " , of Maryland 

" li John Croes, DD, of New Jersey 

" " Nathaniel Bowen, DD, of South Carolina 

" " Philander Chase, DD, of Ohio 

" " T. C. Brownell, DD, LLD, of Connecticut 

" u John S. Ravenscroft, DD, North Ca/olina 

BISHOPS 

Of the Roman Calolic Church, in the United Stales. 
Right Rev, James Whitfield, Arch Bishop of Baltimore 
" " Benedick Fenwick, Boston, Mass 
(l " John Dubois, New-York 
" " John England, Charleston, S, C, 
u " Henry Con well, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
11 l< B, J, Flaget, Bardstown, Virginia 
n a Edward Fenwick, Cincinnati, Ohio 

BISHOPS 

Of the Methodist Episcopal Churcb, in the U, States. 
Right Reverends, Wm M'Kendree — Enoch George — 
Pobert R, Roberts— Joshua Soule — Elijah Hedding. 



CLERGYMEI. 

Belonging to the different denominations of Christians 
in this State — C. Congretionalists. E. Episcopalian. B. 
Baptist. M. Methodist. U. Universalist. Ut. Unitarian. 



Hartford, Nathan Perkins 
I D.D. Joel Hawes, Joel H 
I Lindsley, Samuel Spring C ; 
iRt. Rev. TC. Brownell, D. 
ID. LL.D. N. S- Wheaton, 
IE ; Barnas Sears. B ; T. 
Benedict M ; Menzias Ray- 
U. 



Berlin, Royal Robbins,lborne, M, 



Samuel Goodrich, C; Oli- 
ver Welden, M. 

Bristol, Jonathan Cone : 
C ; Henry Stan wood B 

Burlington, Jonathan 
Miller, Erastus Clapp, C ; 
David Bennett, B ; Ger 
ham Pierce, *— Os 



Clergymen* 



MO 

Canton, Jarius Burt,C ; 
Farnam Knowlton, George 
Phippin, B. 

E. Hartford, none. 
E. Windsor, Shubael 
Bartiett, Samuel W. Whelp- 
ley, C ; Horatio Potter, E; 
Gurdon Bobbins, B ; V. R, 
Osborne, M. 

Enfield, Francis L. Rob- 
bins C; Jeremiah F. Bridges 
B. 

Farmington, Noah Por- 
ter, Harvey Bushnell, Bela 
Kellogg.' C. 

Glastenbnry, Samuel H 
Riddel, Jacob Allen C : 
Hector Humphreys, E : 
Jeremiah Stocking Hec 
tor Brownson, M. 



vin Chapin, DD C ; Will- 
iam Bentley, Reuben Win- 

,hell,B ; Buck, Wells 

Wolcott, M 

Windsor, Henry A Row- 
land, John Barttetl, C ; El~ 
nert Osborne, Charles Pel- 
ton M 

New Haven, Leonard Ba- 
con, Samuel Merwitn, Jer- 
emiah Day, D, D L L D 
Eleaznr T. Fitch, Nathan- 
iel W Taylor, C ; Harry 
Croswell, F E Hawke's, E 
Benj. M Hill, Henry Lines, 
B ; Tobias Spicer, Daniel 
Ostrander, P E M 

Branford, Timothy P Gil- 
let. C ; James Keeler, E 

Cheshire, Joseph Wbi- 

Granby, Isaac Porter, [ting, C ; Asa Cornwall Ru- 

Slephen Crosby, C ; Ran-lben Ives, Henry M. Mason, 



som Warner, E ; Nathan 
E. Shailer, B; J. Allyn, M. 

Hartland, Ammi Linsley, 
Nathaniel Gaylord, Adol- 
ptiius Ferry, ; Asa Bush- 
nell, Daniel Gorman, Solo- 
mon Miller, M. 

Manchester, Russel Jen^ 
rung, B ; V.R. Osborne, Ira 
M. Bidweli, Caleb D Ro 
gers, M 

Marlborough, Chauncey 
Lee, C ; Isaac Dwinnel, B 

Simsbury, Allen M'Lean 
C ; Ransom Warner, E 

Southington, David L. 
Ogdeu, C ; Asa Cornwall. 
E ; Irenus Atkins, B. 

Snflield, Joel Mann, Jo- 
seph Mix.C ; Asahe! Moses, 
Calvin Pl.illeo, B ; Elam C 
Clark, M 

Wethersfield, Caleb J 
Tenrrfty, Joab Brrtfce, Ca! -| 



Derby, Zepheniah Swift, 
-Thompson, C ; Lu- 



man Sanford Eli Barnet, Mj 
Stephen Jevvett E 

East Haven, Stephen 
Dodd, C : Wm. T Potter, 
E ; Alva B Goldsmith B. 

Guilford, Aaron Dutton. 
Zolva Whitmore, C; Da- 
vid Baldwin. E; Alva B. 
Goldsmith M 

Hamden. David Bradley 
B ; Lucius Baldwin, M 

Madison, Samuel K Shep- 
aid, C ; Samuel West, B 

Meriden, Charles J. 
Hinsdale C ; James Kee- 
ler, E ; Samuel Miller, B ; 
Lucius Baldwin, Elijah 
Willard, M 

Middlebury, Mark Mead, 
C ; Daniel Wooster, M 

Mriford, Bezaleel Pinmr.o 



Clergymen. 



141 



\sa M Train, C 

North Haven, AsUhell 
Said win, E 

Orange, Stephen W.Steb- 
bins, C ; Wni. T Potter, E 

Oxford, Savrs Gaziay C ; 
Win B Curtiss, E 

Prospect. John E Bray, 

Southbury, Thomas L. 
Shipman, Noah Smith, C ; 
Stephen B Bray, B ; New- 
ton Tullle, M ; Joseph 
l*earce, Stillwellite. 

Wallingford, Jas. Noyes, 
C ; Ashbe! Baldwin, E 
Seth Ewer, Sedgwick Rice 
Joseph Hazier, Isaac Kim 
ball, B ; Ransom Johnson, 
M. 

Waterbury, Amos Petten- 
g?II. C ; Al{)heus Geei, E ) 
Samuel Potter, B. 

Woodhridge, Ephraim 
Swift C ; Joseph N. Clark, 
E ; Henrv Lines, B 

Wolcolt, Erastus Scran- 
ton, C 

New London, Abel Mc 
Ewen C ; B. Jndd, E ; John 
Wi°htman, Samuel We?!. 
B i La Roy Sunderland, M 

Norwich, Joseph Strong, 
D,D, Alfred Mitchell, Ben- 
son C Baldwin, C , Seth B 
Paddock E ; William Pal- 
mer, B ; David N Bentley. 
A Taylor, N S Spaulding,M 

Bazrah, David Austin, € 

Colchester, Salmon Cone 
jC ; Alvin Ackley, B. 

Franklin, Samuel Nott, 
D,D, C; Comfort D. Fill-- 
more*, hi 

19 



Griswold, Seth- Bliss, C , 
Crdeb Reed,B. 

Groton, Timothy Tuttle., 
C ; John G Wight man, Ros 
well Barrows, Erastus Den 
isou, B; Ralph Hurlbui , 
M. 

Lebanon, Edward Bull, 
Erastus Ripley, Daniel Walr 
do, C ;Esek Brown, B. 

Lisbon, Levi Willson, C ; 
Amos Reed, B 

Lyme, Josiah Hawes, C j 
Nathan Wild man, Tubal 
Wakefield, B. 

Montville, Nathaniel Mi- 
ner,C ; Oliver Wilson, Reu 
ben Palmer, B 

North Stonington, Jona 
than Miner, Asher Miner, 

Preston, Goddard,|B, 

Salem, Eli Hyde, Asa 
Wilcox, B ; John Whittle 
sey, M 

Stonington, Ira Hart, C ; 
Elihu Cheesehorough, Ja- 
bez Swan, B ; Newell Spal 
ding, M 

Waterford, Francis Dar- 
row. Lester Rogers, B 

Fairfield, Edw W.Hook- 
er, Richard V. Dey, C , 
William Shelton, E ; Asa 
Bronson, B 

Danbury, Thomas Rob 
bins, John G Low, C ; Lem 
uel B Hull,E ; George Ben- 
edict, Nathan Bulkley B ; 

Rory Starr, Pea re e 

John Nickerson, M ; Josiah 
Dikeman,U ; Levi Osborn 
Eli Gregory Sandtrmanian 

Bridgeport, F. Y. Vail! 
C; H.R. Judah, E; Na 



142 



Clergymen. 



thaniel Ruggle3, — Sykes, 

-. Tuckerman M 

Brookfield, Abner Brun- 
dage, C ; Benjamin Ben- 
ham, E 

Darien, E. Piatt, C 
Greenwich, Isaac Lewis, 
jr., Piatt Buffett, Charles F 
liutler,C j Nathaniel Finch, 
David Peck, B 

Huntington, Tbos. Pun 

derson, C ; W H. Lewis, E 

Monroe, Dan'l Jones, C , 

Asel Bronson, B ; Thomas 

Buck, M 

New Canaan, Wm. Bon 
ny, C ; A. W. Whitney, B 
ft Fairfield,Dan'l Crock 
er, C ; Uriah Mead, M 

Newtown, Wm. Mitch- 
ell, C ; Daniel Burhans E ; 
N. D. Benediet, B ; Solo- 
mon Glover, U ; 

Norwalk, Henry Bene- 
dict, C; Reuben Sherwood, 
E ; A. Day, M 

Reading, Wm. C. Niffen, 
G ; Henry Stead, J. Love- 
joy, Oliver Sikes, M 

Ridgefield, Sam'l Phelps, 
C ; Origen P. Holcomb, E 
Stamford, Dan'l Smith, 
Henry Fuller, C ) Ambrose 
S* Todd, E; John Ellis, ¥ 
Knowlton, B ; Samuel U. 

Fisher, Devine, M 

Stratford, Ashbel Steele 
E ; Stephen Curfiss, B ; 
James H Rowmer, M. 

Sherman, Maltby Gels- 
ton, C. 

Trumbull, James Kent, 
C : Asahel Baldwin, E. 

Weston, John Noyes, N. 
Freeman,C ; WShelton, E. 



Wilton, Sylvanus Haight' 
C; Origen P. Holcomb, E. 
Brooklyn, Ambrose Ed- 
son, C ; E. B. Kellogg, E \ 
Samuel I May, Ut. 

Ashford, Philo Judson, 
L Wood, Reuben Torry, C; 
Ezekiel Skinner, Ira Bid- 
well, M. 

Cantenbury, J. R Wbee- 
lock, Israel G. Rose, C : 
George S. While, E ; Levi 
Kneeland, B. 

Chaplin, Jared Andrus 
C ; Elias Sbarpe, B. 

Hampton, Daniel G 
Sprague, C ; Amos Bab- 
cock, B ; James Burnhanu 
Alfred Burnham, Christian 
Killingly, EHsha Atkins, 
Roswell Whitmore, C ; G. 
W Appleton, C. Cooper, B 
PlainfieldjOrrin Fowler, 
C ; Nathaniel Cole, B. 

Ponxfret, James Porter, 
Charles Fitch, C ; James 
A Boswell, B. 

Sterling, James Burlin 

gome, B;JW M'Kee, M. 

Thompson, Daniel Dow, 

C ; James Grow, B ; 

Bonny, M. 

Voluntown, Lanes, 

C ; Nathaniel Sheffield 
Gersham Palmer. B. 

Windham, Jesse Fisher, 
Dennis Piatt, C ; Chester 
Tilden, Roger Bingham, B 
Woodstock, R. S. Cramp- 
ton, Alvan Underwood, 
Samuel Backus, C; George 
B Atwell, B. 

Litchfield, Daniel L. C?ir 
roll, Henry Robinson. Jo* 



Clergymen. 



(41 



ieph E Camp, C \ Yruinan 
Marsh, J S Stone, E. 

Barkbamslead, Saul Clark 
C ; Joseph Hurlbul, Daniel 
M Hitchcock. Hiram Rock- 
well, Stilwdlites. 

Bethlehem, Benjamin F. 
Stanton, C- 

Canaan, Charles Prentice 
Pitkin Cowles,C; Freemen 
Hopkins, B. 

Colebrook, Thomas Lar- 
comb, Rufus Babcock, B. 

Cornvvell, William An- 
drews, W. Smith, C; Si- 
las Ambler, B 

J Goshen, Ebenezer Wash- 
jburn, M. 

Harwinton, George E. 
IPierce, C. 

Kent, Lawrence P 
Hickock, ^ ; George B. 
Andrews, E ; Jeremiah Fry 
Stilwellite. 

New Hartford, Cyrus 
V r ale,C ; Salmon Hull, M 

New Milford, Andrew 
Elliot, C ; Enoch Hunting- 
on, E ; Eleazer Beecher. 
B; Lockwood Dickerson,M 

Norfolk, R Emerson, C 

Plymouth, Luther Hart. 

; Rodney Rosseter, E 

Roxbury, Fosdick Harri- 
son, C 

Salisbury, Leonard E. 
iathrop, C; Stephen Beach 
E 

Sharon, D L Perry, Fred- 
rick Gridley, C \ George 

W Andrews, E : Heb- 

bard, Bigelow M 

Torringtnn, William R 
Gould, E Goodman, C. 

Warren, Hart Talcott, C; 



Charles Eveielt, U 

Washington, Stephen Ma- 
son, C. A. Boardman, C . 
Henry Fish, E 

Watertown, Darius Q 
Griswold, C ; Frederick 
Ho'icomb, E 

Winchester, Frederick 
K Marsh, James Beach, C ', 
Daniel Coe, M 

Woodbury, Samuel 11 
Andrew, Grove L. Brown 
well, C ; William Luess y 
E ; Charles Sherman, M. 

Middletown, J. R. Crane 
Joshua L. Williams, Walter 
R. Colton, E. R. Tyler, C ; 
Frederick Wightman, Johh 
Cookson,B ; Heman Bangi> 
Daniel Burroughs, M 

Chatham, Harvey Tal 
cott,C ; Smith Mites, E; 
Wrn- Welsh, S. Wheat, B. 

Durham, David Smith, ( 

East Haddam, Isaac Par 
sons, Joseph Vail!, Hermai 
L. Vaill,C; J P Clark, E ; 
Simeon Dickinson, Benj Q. 
Goff, B; Jer'h Stocking, M 

Had dam, John Marsh, C ; 
Simon Shaler, B 

Killing worth, Asa King, 
C j Peter G. Clarke, E; B 
R Skinner, B; Henry Hat 
field, M. 

Saybrook, Frederick W, 
Hotchkiss, Aaron Hovey, 
Sylvester Selden, William 
Case, C ; Wm. C. Jarvis. 
E ; Russell Jennings, Pier 
pont Brocket, B ; Henrv 
Hatfield, T. Osborn,M. 

Tolland, Nath'n Williau;^ 
DD, Ansel Nash, C ; Row 
land Lathrop, Erastus Otis. 



244 



Clergymen* 



Rufus Spanieling, M 
Bolton, Lavius Hyde, C 
Columbia, David Dick- 
inson, C 

Coventry, C Booth. G. A 
;1 a!houn, C; Isaac Dvrin- 
nel, Henry Brown, B ; N. 
P. Metcalf, M 

Ellington, Diodate Brock- 
vav, C ; T. Smith M 

Hebron, Lyman Strong, 
Charles Nichols C ; George 
G. Shepard, E ; E Hyde,', 
Presiding Elder,Joseph Ire- 
>on, H. Brownson, M ; H. 



P Sumner, 

Mansfield, Anson S. At- 

wood, W.m. Ely, C ; Jona 

than Goodwin, B ; E. Dun 

ham, Robert Gould, M 

Somers, VV. L. Strong C 

Stafford, Hervey Smilh, 

Josepli Knight, C ; — 

Hunt,B ; Hezekiah Davies 
M ; Jasiel P Fuller, U 

Union, Ne'h, B: Beards 
ly, C ; S. Fairbank, M 
Vernon, A. Benedict, C 
Wiliington, H. Loomis C 
David Lillabridse, B 



Enfield.— 1 he industrious and peaceable society p r 
Shakers is located in the north-sast part of Enfield. There 
are 262 persons included in five families, who own and im 
prove about 4000 acres of land, ten acres of which is culti- 
vated as a garden. In addition to this the society own 1 
i*rist Mill, (recently «rected) 1 Tannery, 1 Triphammer 
Shop, in which is a machine for drawing lead acqueducts : 
I Carding Machine, a machine for jointing staves for pails, 
arned by water, a Saw Mill and 3 Cidejr Mills, one of 
vhich is on the new principle of a cylendar. 

The society keep about 70 cows, 12 or 14 yoke of oxen, 
12 horses and a large number of sheep and young cattle.— 
As their land i3 better adapted to grain than grazing, they 
\o not keep so large a dairy as some other societies. 

They have a Church in which they perform public wor- 
ship, 70 feet by 50, two stories high. 

Kent. — There are in this town three blast Furnaces, 
\ hich turn out weekly between 60 and 70 tons of Fig 
Iron ; four blooming and refining forges, and one caro 
factory. Many excellent mill seats on the Ousatonic 
H/iiever failing stream, remain unoccupied in Kent. 

Southbuuy. This town has been pronounced the 
ricfeesi in minerals of any in the country. It has at- 
irartedlhc attention of M-ineraJogists who have t-akew 
fffectaifeii* oi ■netrefadion, rose quartz, &c, In l*r^; 

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and Specific descriptions of the 

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For the use of High Schools and Academies. 

BY MRS. ALMIRA H. LINCOLN, 

VICE PHNCIPAL OF THE TROY FEMALE SEMINARY". 
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1 Vol. Imperial 12mo. 



ii. 
OUTLINES OF ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY, 

ON A NEW PLAN, 

Designed for Academies and Schools, 
By the Rev. CHARLES A. GOODRICH. 

Illustrated by Engravings. 1 Vol. 12mo. 

The following is from the Spirit of the Pilgrims for 

September, 182k 

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REMAINS OF THE REV. CHARLES WOLFE, A, B. 

Curate of Donoughmore, Diocese of Armagh, 

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LIVES OF THE SIGNERS TO THE DECLARA- 
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Psalm and Hymn Tunes, Set Pieces, Anthems and Chants, 

Arranged with a figured base for the 

ORGAN AND PIANO FORTE. 
To which is prefixed, 

Elements of Musical Elocution^ 

Being a 

Methodical Arrangement of the principles of Vocal Music) 

by which the theory and practice of the art are made 

easily intelligible — designed for the use of 

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'The recommendation below it gives us much pleasure to insert- 
We believe it will be found just, and no more than just. We say this 
not from our own knowledge, for we have no claims to authorize us to 
criticize such a work ; but we say it on the authority of those whom 
wo think to be good judges. 

THE AMERICAN PSALMODY. 

Having examined the above work, edited by Mr. Elam Ives and Mr. 
Deodatus Dutton, we most cordially embrace the present opportunity 
of recommending it to the attention of the different religious congre- 
gations of our State. It contains the best selection of Tunes, Anthems, 
and Set-pieces, and the most perfect system for teaching Musical 
Elocution, that, to our knowledge, has ever appeared in this country. 

Lynde Olmsted, Clwrister, Centre Church. 
F. Goldthwait, do South do 
Daniel Copeland, do North do 
Geo. W. Bolles, do Baptist do 
'Hartford, October 30. 



VI. 

THE SCHOOL DICTIONARY. 

Designed for the use of Academies and Common Schools 

in the United States. 

BY THE REV. WM. W. TURNER, 

Instructer in the American Asylum. 

In 1 vol. 18w!0. 

The following is a copy of a letter from the Rev. Mr. 

Gallaudet. 

"The School Dictionary, by the Rev. William W. Turner, I have 
examined, and consider as entitled to a high rank among the improved 
books which are now, to some extent prepared for our academies and 
common schools. The sentiments expressed in the Preface are judi- 
cious and correct, and deserve the serious attention of all who are 
concerned in the education of youth. The happy selection of words, 
in this Dictionary, the general simplicity and clearness of the defini- 
tions, and especially the introduction under many of the words of ap- 
propriate iUujtrativt tx.in.pk'j, all conspire to render the volume 
deserving of a conspicuous place among those comparatively very few 
elementary works which are designed to aid in the accomplishment of 
the important object of making our youth more familiar and accu- 
rately acquainted with cbeir mother tongue. 

T. H. GALLAUDET. 
Principal oftte America Asylum for the Education of tke 
Deaf and Dumb. 



VII. 

PETER PARLEY'S METHOD OF TEACHING 
GEOGRAPHY TO CHILDREN. 

With nine Maps and seventy-five Engravings, principally 
for the use of Schools. 

The Journal of Education says, 

This work is well calculated to answer the purpose for Which it is 
written, viz. to teach the first steps in geography. Such a work is 
much wanted, there being no one, either expressly designed for, or 
suited to this end. There are several valuable works for more advan- 
ced scholars, but none that is calculated to help (he child easily and 
agreeably over the somewhat difficult grounds which lie between the 
primary reading lessons, and this popular and useful portion of juve- 
nile study. 

The neatness and clearness of the maps, the abundance of the illus- 
trative cuts, and the free and colloquial style of Mr. Parley, together 
with the attractive qualities of the white paper and large print, are 
calculated to make the book a favorite with pupils, and we trust, with 
their teachers. It appears to us that schools which have the use of a 
book like this, must profit by it in the more rapid and thorough pro- 
gress of its pupils, and as we esteem everything that promises advan- 
tage to youth of importance, we commend this book to them, who, 
with ourselves, are interested in the cause of education. 

VIII. 

NATIONAL SPELLING BOOK, 

Containing rudiments of Orthography and Pronunciation 
on an improved plan, hy which the sound of every syllable 
is directly shewn, with progressive reading lessons, de- 
signed for the use of schools in the United States. 
By B. D. EMERSON, 
Principal of the Adams Grammar School, Boston. 

The improvements claimed for this Book over most other Spelling 
Books in use, are, that the pronunciation of each syllable, and the 
-accent of every word, is precisely known the moment the word meets 
the eye of the teacher, or pupil. This improvement has been effected 
by a most ingenious classification of the words, aided by a concise and 
perfectly simple Key. The Book has been found suited to progress- 
ive and intellectual improvement generally, and is peculiarly adapted 
to the exercises of monitorial teaching. 

It is used in all the public schools in Boston ; and those states, Ver- 
mont and Rhode-Island, which have appointed Commissioners for 
the selection of Books for the Common Schools of tke State, have 
both adopted this book- 



Mr. Pierpont, Chairman of the Boston School Committee, in a lett&r 
to the publishers, at the time the book was introduced by the commit- 
tee into the Boston Schools, says ; '• 1 have frequently, as chairman 
of the committee, had occasion to examine Spelling Books for our 
Common Schools, but never, until the publication of Mr. Emerson's, 
has one appeared so far superior to Mr. Murray's, as in our opinion 
to entitle it to a preference in our schools. But Emerson's, when 
compared with any, published either in England or this country, has, 
in my opinion, the preference." 



INTRODUCTION TO THE NATIONAL READER. 

A selection of Easy Lessons designed to fill the same 
place in the United States that is held by Murray's Intro- 
duction. 

By JOHN PIERPONT, 
Compiler of the American First Class Book and the 
National Reader. 

This work has been expressly prepared for the purpose of satis- 
fying a want which has long been felt of a suitable book for the mid- 
dle classes. The style presents a sort of medium between the fa- 
miliar tone suited to a primary Reading Book, and the more elevated 
style of a First Class Book. Instructed who have examined it speak 
in the highest terms of the felicitous manner in which the author has 
executed his design, and it is fortunate that it ha* been done by the 
same hand as the National Reader, as no other could so well observe 
the necessary gradation of style. 



PRACTICAL AND MENTAL ARITHMETIC, 

ON A NEW PLAN, 

In which Mental Arithmetic is combined with the use of 

the slate, to which is added a 

Practical System of Book keeping, 

By ROSWELL C. SMITH, 

in i Vol. iamb, 



From the Jan. No. for 1828 of the Journal of Education. 

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the Arithmetic will be a valuable aid to more complete instruction 
in common schools, to which thework Kin other lespects, so pecul- 
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which we cannot, in a notice, find sutf cient space. We would recom- 
mend a careful examination of the boon to <dl teachers who aredesr- 
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PUBLISHER'S NOTICE. 

The number of the Register for 1830, is presented 
To the public, at an earlier date than in former years 
at the earnest request of most of its patrons. In or 
der to effect this object the publisher has been com 
pelled to insert the names of the last year's officers,in 
those towns that hold their annual meetings after the 
second Monday in November. Most of the towns 
make their elections in the month of October, or the 
first week in November, and where such is the fact 
and returns have been made, the Register will be 
found correct. 

No'inconvenience is experienced in issuing the 
Register at this early date, so **ar as regards the offi- 
cers of the General or State government, or various 
public institutions and societies. These,the publish 
er has aimed to have correct, and he trusts they will 
be found so by the public* The labour and difficul- 
ties attending a work of this kind can be immagined 
by but few, and errors are unavoidable. This can 
occasion no surprise, when it is considered, thatthd 
compiler is compelled to examine several hundred 
different manuscripts, many of them indifferently 
written. To the various respectable individuals 
who have assisted in furnishing the publisher infor- 
mation and materials for this work, he tenders his 
profound acknowledgements and gratitude, and so- 
licits a continuance of their favors. 



V 

4 Eclipses — Elector's Meeting, 

ECLIPSES, 1830. 

There will be six Eclipses this year — four of the Sub, 
•ind two of the Moon— only one of which will be visible, 
■fiat of the Moon, on the 2d of September. The calcula- 
ions follow : — i 

k. m 

Beginning at 4 5) 

Ingress of Moon's centre. 4 35 

Beginning of total darkness 5 

Middle of the Eclipse 5 55 

End of total darkness 6 50 ' Evening, apparent 

Egress of Moon's centre 7 15; time. 

End and full recovery of light 7 45 

Whole duration 3 40 

Dm a of eel of moon's centre 2 40 

Diration of total darkness 1 50 J 

Dibits eclipsed 22 c from the north side of the earth's 
fihadow. 

Nr B. The moon will rise at 35 minutes after 6 o'clock., 
at which time she will appear totally eclipsed. 

Duration of visibility to a spectator at Hartford, Ih. 1# 
m. This eclipse will be nearer central than any lunar 
eclipse that will happen within the limits of the present 
century* 



ELECTOR'S MEETING, 

Hktf the Election of State Officers , is annually htiU 
on the 

FIRST MONDAY OF APRIL. 



January— 1st Mo. — 31 days. 6 



Moon's Phases, d. h. 



First Quarter 
Full Moon 
Last Quarter 
New Moon 
First Quarter 



1 10 e 

8 11 e 

16 11 e 

24 noon 

31 6 m 



LENGTH OF DAYS. 

1st 9h Om 

8th 9 8 

15th 9 18 

22d 9 30 



mvv' 

■"116 

2)7 
3C 
4 2 
5 



6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
.12 
18 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



R.©S. R.«S 

30 5 



7 

C 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

C 

2 

3 

4 

5j7 

67 



29 5 
29 5 

28 5 

28 

27 

26 

26 

25 

24 

24 

23 

22 

22 

21 

20 

20 

19 

18 

17 

16 

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14 

13 

12 

11 

10 

9 

8 



Morn 
40 



45 
50 
50 

48 

4:5 

ris 
30 
25 
20 
17 
15 
13 
10 



Morn 




7 5 

6 5 



7 

4 



58 

55 

55 

53 

set. 

25 

40 

50 



20 



Morn 
30! 



Historical. 



Chronological 
TABLE. 

Presidents, Vice Presidents, 
Secretaries of State and 
Speakers of the House of 
Representatives ; compri- 
sing the different Adminis- 
trations, since the adoption 
of the Constitution of the 
United States. 
First Administration. 

George Washington, of Vir- 
ginia, President. 1789 

John Adams, of Massachu- 
setts, Vice-President, do. 

Thomas Jefferson, of Virgin- 
ia, Secretary of State, do. 

Edmund Randolph, of Vir- 
ginia, Secretary of State. 
1794. 

Timothy Pickering, of Massa- 
chusetts^ Secretary of State. 
1795 

Alexander Hamilton, of New- 
York, Secretary of the 
Treasury. 1789*- 

Oliver Wolcott, of Connecti- 
cut, Secretary of the Treas- 
ury. 1795 

Henry Knox, of Massachu- 
«etti Secretary of War. 1799 



6 February— 2d Mo.— 28 days. 



Moon's Phases, d. h. 
Full Moon, 7th. 3. e. 
Last Quarter, 15th. 7. e. 
New Moon, 22d. 11. e. 



LENGTH OF DAYS. 

1st 9h 52m 
8th 10 8 

15th 10 24 

22d 12 6 



m 


w 

2 


R.©S. 


R.*S. 


I 


7 4 5 


1 36 


g 


3 


7 3 5 


2 40 


3 


4 


7 2 5 


3 30 


4 


5 


7 15 


4 17 


5 


6 


7 5 


4 57 


6 


7 


6 58 6 


5 36 


7 


C 


6 57 6 


O ris 


8 


2 


6 56 6 


6 


9 


3 


6 54 6 


6 55 


10 


4 


6 53 6 


7 50 


11 


5 


6 52 6 


8 47 


12 


6 


6 51 6 


9 45 


13 


7 


6 50 6 


10 40 


14 


C 


6 49 6 


11 37 


15 


2 


6 48 6 


Morn 


16 


3 


6 47 6 


35 


17 


4 


6 46 6 


1 32 


18 


5 


6 44 6 


2 30 


19 


6 


6 43 6 


3 25 


20 


7 


6 42 6 


4 17 


21 


C 


6 40 6 


5 10 


22 


2 


6 39 6 


O set 


23 


3 


6 37 6 


6 25 


24 


4 


6 36 6 


7 35 


25 


5 


6 34 6 


8 50 


20 


6 


6 32 6 


10 


27 


7 


6 30 6 


11 5 


28 


C 


6 29 6 


Morn 



Historical. 



Timothy Pickering, of Mas- 
sachusetts, Secretary of 
War. 1795 

James M'Henry, of Maryland, 
Secretary of War. 1796 

[The Navy Department was 
not established until April. 
1798, its duties previously 
were performed by the 
Secretary of War.] 

Samuel Osgood, ofMassachu- 
setts, Post Master Gener- 
al. 1789 

Timothy Pickering, of Massa- 
chusetts, Post-Master Gen- 
ral. 1791 

Joseph Bab: r sham, of Geor- 
gia, Pest-Master General. 
1795. 

Edmund Randolph, of Virgin- 
ia, Attorney General. 1789 

William Bradford, of Penn- 
sylvania, Attorney Gener- 
al. 1794 

Charles Lee, of Virginia, At- 
torney Gen era! . 1 795 



March— lid Mo.— 31 days. 



Moon's Phases, d. 
First Quarter, 1st. 
Full Moon, 9th. 

Last Quarter, 17th. 
New Moon, 24th. 
First Quarter, 31st. 



II. 




LENGTH OF DAYS 


3. 


e. 


1st llh 4m 


9. 


m. 


8th llh 24m 


1. 


e. 


15th llh 48m 


10. 


m. 


22d 12h 6m 



m;w|R.©S.]R.QS. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

J2 

13 

14 

*n 

16 
17 

18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



216 



28 6 

27 6 

26 6 

24 6 

23 6 

22 6 

20 6 

18 6 

16 6 

14 6 

12 6 

10 6 

9 6 

7 6 

6 6 

46 

3 6 

2 6 

1 6 

6 

59 7 

57 7 

56 7 

54 7 

53 7 

52 7 

50 7 

49 7 

48 7 

47 7 

46 7 



10 
15 
10 
58 
40 
25 



35 
ris 


55 
50 
44 
42 
40 



Morn 
35 



32 

25 

10 

55 

35 

15 

set 

40 

50 



5 

Morn 

2 

1 



Speakers of the House of Rep- 
resentatives of the United 
States, 

First Congress, 1st and 2d 
Sessions held at New York, 
3d at Philadelphia, 

Frederick A. Muhlenburgh, of 
Pa. 1789 

Second Congress, held at Phil- 
adelphia. 

Jonathan Trumbull, of Con- 
necticut. 1791 

Third Congress, held at Phil- 
adelphia. 

Frederick A. Muhlenburgh, of 
Pa. 1793 

Fourth Congress, held at Phil- 
adelphia. 

Jonathan Dayton, of New- 
Jersey. 1795 
Second Administration. 

John Adams, of Massachu- 
setts, President. 1797 

Thomas Jefferson, of Virgin- 
ia, Vice President. 1797 

Timothy Pickering, of Mas- 
sachusetts, Secretary of 
State. 1797 

John Marshall, of Virginia, 
Secretary of State. 1800 

Oliver Wolcott, of Connecti- 
cut, Sec'y. of Treasury. 1797 



8 April— 4th Mo.— 30 days. 



Moon's Phases, d. 


H. 




LENGTH OF DAYS 


Full Moon, 8th. 


3. 


m. 


1st 


12h 32m 


Last Quarter, 16th. 


2. 


m. 


8th 


12h 52m 


New Moon, 22d. 


6. 


e. 


15th 


13h 12m 


First Quarter, 29th. 


3. 


e. 


22d 


13h 28m 



1 

o 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

13 

16 

1 

18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 



R.©8. 
5 44 
5 43 



715 41 



40 

38 

37 

35 

34 

32 

31 

30 

28 

27 

26 

24 

23 

21 

20 

19 

18 

17 

10 

14 

5 13 

5 12 

10 

9 

7 

.> 6 

5 5 



R.»S. 
1 
2 
3 
4 
4 
5 
5 

O 

8 

9 
10 
11 
11 



50 

45 

35 

20 

50 

20 

45 

ris 



2 

10 

5 

58 



Morn 
50 



1 
2 
2 
3 
3 
4 

O 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 



37 
12 

42 
13 
45 
18 
set 
45 
50 
50 
52 
50 
Morn 

40 

1 15 



James M'Henry, of Maryland, 
Secretary of War. 1797 

Samuel Dexter, of Massachu- 
setts, Secretary of War. 
1800 

George Cabot, of Maryland, 
Secretary of the Navy. 1798 

Benjamin Stoddert, of Mary- 
land, Secretary of the Na- 
vy. 1798 

John Habersham, of Geor- 
gia, Post-Master General. 
1797 

Charles Lee, of Virginia, At- 
torney General. 1797 

Speakers of the House of Rep- 
resentatives. 

Fifth Congress, held at Phil- 
adelphia. 

Jonathan Dayton, of New- 
Jersey. 1797 

Sixth Congress, 1st session held 
at Philadelphia-2dat Wash- 
ington. 

Theodore Sedgwick, of Mas- 
sachusetts 1799 
Third Administration. 

Thomas Jefferson, of Virgin- 
ia, President. 1801 

Aaron Burr, of New- York, 
Vice President. I K01 



May— Mh Mx) — 31 days. 9 



Mooir's Phases, d. 
Full Mooq 7th. 

Last Quarter loth. 
New Moon 22d. 
First Quarter 29th. 



ir. 




7. 


e. 


noon. 


2. 


ID. 


$ 


in. 



LENGTH OF DAI S 

1st 13h 52m 

8th 14h 6m 

15th 14h 8rn 

22d 14h 80m 



in 


w 
1 


R.©S. 


R.«S. 

1 50 


"I 


5 4 7 


.> 


c 


5 37 


2 20 


3 


2 


5 2 7 


2 50 


1 


3 


5 1 7 


3 20 


5 


1 


5 7 


3 47 


(i 


5 


4 59 8 


4 13 


'7. 


<; 


4 58 8 


• r i* 


8 


7 


4 57 8 


7 55 


9 


c 


4 56 8 


8 53 


to 


2 


4 55 8 


9 50 


M 


3 


4 54 8 


10 40 


12 


4 


4 58, 8 


11 22 


\:\ 


5 


4 53 8 


Morn 


14 


6 


4 52 8 


5 


lf> 


7 


4 51 8 


50 


]<; 


C 


4 50 8 


1 33 


17 


2 


4 49 8 


2 10 


IS 


5 


4 48 8 


2 43 


19 


4 


4 47 8 


3 20 


20 


5 


4 46* 8 


3 50 


21 


(i 


4 4(5 8 


4 30 


22 


7 


4 45 8 


• set 


23 


C 


4 44 8 


8 40 


$4 


^ 


4 43 8 


9 35 


25 


3 


4 42 8 


10 30 


26 


4 


4 41 8 


11 10 


27 


5 


4 40 8 


11 50 


2810 


4 39 8 


Morn 


29 7 


4 38 8 


25 


30; 


4 37 8 


5 


31 


■) 


4-38 8 


1 3 



"George Clinton, of New-York, 
Vice President. 18#5 

James Madison, of Virgiuia, 
Secretary of State. 1801 

Samuel Dexter, of Massachu- 
setts, Secretary of t&e Treas- 
ury. 1801 

Albert Gallatin, of Pennsyl- 
vania, Secretary of the 
Treasury, 1802 

Roger Griswold, of Connect- 
icut, Secretary of War. 
1601 

Henry Dearborn, of Massa- 
chusetts, Secretary of War. 
1801 

Benjamin Stoddert, of Mary- 
land, Secretary of the Na- 
vy. ' 1801 

Robert Smith, of Maryland, 
Secretary of the Navy. 1802 

Benjamin Crowninshield, of 
Massachusetts, Secretary of 
the Navy. 1805 

Joseph Habersham, of Geor- 
gia, Post-Master General. 
1801 

Gideon Granger, of Connec- 
ticut, Post-Master General. 
1802 

Levi Lincoln, of Massachusetts 
Attorney General. I8C1 

a 



10 June— 6th Mo.— 30 days. 



Moon's Phases, d. 
Fall Moon, 6th. 

Last Quarter, 13th. 
New Moon, 20th. 
First Quarter 27th. 



n. 




10. 


m. 


6. 


e. 


10. 


m. 


9. 


e. 



LENGTH OF DAYS, 

1st 14h 50m 

8th 14h 56m 

15th 15h 4m 

22d 15h 4m 



in 


W 


R.©S. 


R.#S. 


1 


~«l 


4 35 8 


1 55 


i> 


4 


4 34 8 


2 20 


3 


5 


4 34 8 


2 42 


4 


6 


4 33 8 


3 5 


5 


7 


4 33 8 


3 30 


6 


C 


4 32 8 


Q ris 


7 


2 


4 32 8 


8 30 


8 


3 


4 22 8 


9 23 


9 


I 


4 31 8 


10 14 


10 


5 


4 31 8 


10 55 


M 


6 


4 30 8 


11 30 


12 


7 


4 30 8 


Morn 


n 


C 


4 29 8 


5 


14 


o 


4 29 8 


1 10 


IS 


3 


4 28 8 


1 45 


10 


4 


4 28 8 


2 20 


17 


5 


4 28 8 


2 55 


18 


6 


4 28 8 


3 35 


19 


7 


4 28 8 


4 " 3 


20 


C 


4 28 8 


set 


2J 


o 


4 28 8 


8 20 


22 


3 


4 28 8 


9 10 


23 


4 


4 28 8 


9 53 


24 


5 


4 28 8 


10 25 


25 


6 


4 28 8 


10 55 


26 


7 


4 28 8 


11 25 


27 


C 


4 29 8 


11 58 


28 


2 


4 29 8 


Morn 


29 


3 


4 30 8 


25 


30 


4 


4 30 8 


52 



Robert Smith, of Maryland, 
Attorney General. 1805 
John Breckenridge, of Ken- 
tucky, Attorney General. 
1806 
Cscsar A. Rodney, of Dela- 
ware, Attorney General. 
1807 
Speakers of the House of Rep- 
resentatives, 
Seventh Congress, held at Wash 

ington. 
Nathaniel Macon, of North- 
Carolina, 1801 
Eighth Congress, 
Nathaniel Macon, of North- 
Carolina, 1803 
Ninth Congress. 
Nathaniel Macon, of North- 
Carolina, 1805 
Tenth Congress. 
Joseph B. Varnum, of Mas- 
sachusetts. 1807 
Fourth Administration. 
James Madison, of Virginia, 
President. 1809 
George Clinton, of New- 
York, Vice President, (Di- 
ed April 20, 1812.) 1809 
Elbridge Gerry, ofMass. (Di- 
ed JSov. 23, 1814.) 1813 



July — 7 th Mo.— 31 days. 1 1 



Moon's Phases, d. h. 

Full Moon, 5th. 10. e. 

Last Quarter, 12th. 11. e. 

New Moon, 19th. 8. e. 

First Quarter, 27th. 3. e. 



LENGTH OF DAYS. 

1st 15h Ora 

8th 14h 52m 

15th 14h 44m 

22d 14h 36m 



m w R.©.S 



1 
2 

3 
4 

5 

7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
'18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
2, 
26 
27 
28 



6 
7 

C 
t 
3 
4 4 



29 5! 4 
30! 6i4 
31I7J4 



30 8 

31 8 

31 8 

32 8 

32 8 

33 8 

33 8 

34 8 

34 8 

35 8 
36 
36 
37 8 

37 8 

38 8 

38 8 

39 8 

39 8 

40 8 

41 "8 

42 8 

43 8 

44 8 

45 8 

46 8 

47 8 

48 8 

48 8 

49 8 

50 8 

51 8 



R.*S. 



20 
57 
26 


ris 
53 
40 
25 

5 

10 40 

11 12 
11 48 

Morn 

29 

1 10 

1 50 

2 33 

3 23 
O set 

7 30 

8 10 

8 50 

9 20 

10 50 

11 17 
11 43 

Morn 
8 

33 

1 
1 30 



Robert Smith, of Maryland, 
Secretary of State. 1809 

James Monroe, of Virginia, 
Secretary of State. 1811 

Albert Gallatin, of Pennsylva- 
nia, Secretary of the Treas- 
ury. 1809 

George W. Campbell, of Ten- 
nessee, Secretary of the 
Treasury. 1814 

Alexander J. Dallas, of Penn- 
sylvania, Secretary of the 
Treasury. 1814 

William Eustis, of Massachu- 
setts, Secretary of War. 
1809 

John Armstrong, of New- 
York, Secretary of War. 
1813 

Wm. H Crawford, of Geor- 
gia, Secretary of War. 
1814 

Paul Hamilton, of South 
Carolina, Secretary of the 
Navy. 1809 

Wm. Jones, of Pennsylvania, 
Secretary of the Navy. 1812 

Benjamin W. Crowninshield, 
of Massachusetts, Secreta- 
ry of the Navy. 1814 

Gideon Granger, of Con. 
Post Master General. 1809. 



12 



August- 



-8th Mo,— 31 days. 



Moon's Phases, d. h. 

Full Moon, 4th. 8. in. 

Last Quarter, 11th. 4. m. 

New Moon, 18th. 7. m. 

First Quarter, 26th. 9. m. 



LENGTH OF DAYS. 

1st 14h 16ra 

8th 14h 4m 

15th 13h 46m 

22d 13h 28m. 



m|w R 

Tic 



6 

7 
8 
9 

je 

ii 

12 
13 
14 

15C 
U>2 
17 3 
J8U 
19 

ao| ^|5 

21 " 



.©S. 

52 8 

53 8 

54 8 

55 8 

56 8 

57 8 

58 8 

59 8 




C5 



26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31| 3|5 



3 

4 
5 
6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
12 
13 

14 
16 
17 

19 
20 
22 

23 
24 
26 

27 7 

28 7 



R.#S. 



2 45 

3 35 

6 ris 

7 50 

8 33 

9 10 
9 50 

10 20 
10. 50 

11 23 
11 58 

Morn 

50 

1 35 

2 25 

3 27 



set 
25 
56 
26 



7 
7 
8 
9 

10 20 

10 50 

11 23 
11 55 

Morn 

30 

1 10 

; l 50 

! 2 40 



Return J. Meigs, of Ohio, 
Post-Master General. 1814 
Caesar A. Rodney, of Dela- 
ware, Attorney General. 
1809 
William Pinckney, of Mary* 
land, Attorney General. 
1811 
Richard Rush, of Pennsylva- 
nia. Attorney General, 1814 
Speakers of the House ofMep- 
rcsentatives. 
Eleventh Congress. 
Joseph B. Varnum, of Mas- 
sachusetts. 1809 

Twelfth Congress. 
Henry Clay, of Kentucky, 
1811 
Thirteenth Congress. 
Henry Clay, of Kentucky, 
1813,— -until Jan. 17th.l814 
Langdon Cheves, of South-. 
Carolina, Jfor the residue of 
Congress. 1814> 

Fourteenth Congress. 
Henry Clay, of Kentucky, 
1815 
Fifth Administration. 
James, Monroe, of Virginia* 
President. &M7 

Daniel D. Tompkins, of New- 
York, Vice President. '{?\T 



September — 9th Mo.-— 30 days. 13 



Moon's Phases, d. 


H. 




^EXGTHOF DATS 


Full Moon, 2d. 


6. 


e. 


1st 13h 2m 


Last Quarter, 9th. 


9. 


m. 


8th 12h 42m 


New Moon, 10th. 


9. 


e. 


15th 12h 20m 


First Quarter 25th. 


2. 


m. 


22d llh 56m 



m!w 

li 4 

2 5 

a-a 

4 7; 

5C 
6] 2 

7 3 
8|4 
9,5 

io i a 

11 7 

iglc 

13 2 
14,3 
15; 4 
16| 5 

17|(> 



18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
2S 
29 



a 

4 
30 5 



John Qi«ncy Adams, of Mass. 
Secretary of State. 1817 

Wm. H» Crawford, of Geor- 
gia, Secretary of the Treas- 
ury* 1817 

John. C, Calhoun, of South- 
Carolina, Secretary of 
War, 1817 

Benjamin W. Orowniushiekl, 
of Massachusetts, Secretary 
of the Navy, 1817 

Smith Thompson, of New- 
York, Secretary of the Na- 
vy, 1818 

Samuel L, Southard, of New- 
Jersey, Secretary of the 
Navy, 1823 

Upturn J, Meigs, of Ohio, 
Post Master General. 1817 

John M'Lean, of Ohio, Post- 
Master General. 1823 

William Wirt, of Virginia, 
Attorney General. 1817 

Speakers of the House of Rep- 
resentatives. 
Fifteenth Congress. 

Henry Clay, of Kentucky, 
1817 
Sixteenth Congress. 

Henry Clay of Kentucky, dur- 
ing the 1st session. 1^ I v 1 



14 October~10th Mo.— 31 days. 



Moon's Phases, d. h. 

Full Moon, 2d. 3. m. 

Last Quarter, 8th. 6. e. 

New Moon, 16th. 2. e. 

First Quarter, 24th. 5. e. 

Full Moon, 31st. noon 



LENGTH OF DATS. 

1st llh 36m 

8th llh 18m 

15th lOh 56m 

22d lOh 36m 



m-wJR..©S. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

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21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 



b 
6 

6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 

4|6 

5 

6 

7 

C 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

C 

2 

3 

1 



12 6 

13 6 

14 6 

16 6 

17 6 

18 6 

20 6 

21 6 

23 6 

24 6 

26 6 

27 6 

28 6 
30 6 

32 6 

33 6 

34 6 

36 6 

37 6 

39 6 

40 6 
42 6 
43 
44 
46 
47 
48 

49 6 

50 6 

51 6 

52 6 



R.#S 



5 iD 

9 rig 
7 

7 40 

8 25 

9 10 

10 5 

10 58 

11 50 
Morn 

40 

1 40 

2 35 

3 40 

4 48 
O sei 

6 

6 30 

7 

7 35 

8 20 

9 10 

10 

11 i 
M m 

10 

1 20 

2 33 



John W. Taylor, of New- 
York, during the 2d session 
1820 
Seventeenth Congress: 

Philip P. Barbour, of Virgin- 
ia. 1821 
Eighteenth Congress. 

Henry Clay of Kentucky, 
1823 
Sixth A dminist ration. 

John Quincy Adams, of Mas- 
sachusetts, President, 1825 

John C. Calhoun, of South- 
Carolina, Vice President, 
1825 

Henry Clay, of Kentucky, 
Secretary of State. 1825 

Richard Rush, of Pennsylva- 
nia, Secretary of the Treas- 
ury, 1825 

James Barbour, of Virginia, 
Secretary of War, 1825 

PeterB. Porter, of New-York, 
Secretary of War. 1828 

Samuel L. Southard, of New- 
Jersey, Secretary of the 
Navy, 1825 

John M' Lean, of Ohio, Post- 
Master General, 1825 

William Wirt, of Virginia, At- 
torney General, 18&5 



November— I Uh Mo.— 30 (lays. 15 



Moon's Phases, d. h. 
Last Quarter, 7th. 6. ra. 
New Moon 15th. 9. in. 
First Quarter, 23d. 7. m. 
Full Moon 29th. 10. e. 



LENGTH 0F DAYS. 

1st lOh 14m 

8th 9h 55m 

15th 9h 40m 

22d 9h 26m 



" 




R.©S 


)R,«8. 


6 53 ( 


6 15 


o 


s 


6 54 € 


7 


3 


4 


6 56 6 


7 50 


4 


5 


6 57 6 


8 40 


5 


6 


6 58 6 


9 35 


6 


7 


6 59 6 


10 30 


7 


C 


70 5 


11 30 


8 


2 


7 2 5 


Morn 


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Speakers of the House of Rep- 
resentatives. 
Nineteenth Congress. 
John W.Taylor, of New York, 
1825 
TwentiMh Congress. 
Andrew Stephenson, of Vir- 
ginia, 1827 
Seventh Administration. 
Andrew Jackson, of Tennes- 
see, President, 1829 
John C. Calhoun, of South- 
Carolina, Vice President, 
1829 
Martin Van Buren, of New- 
York, Secretary of State, 
1829 
Samuel D. Ingham, of Penn- 
sylvania, Secretary of the 
Treasury, 1829. 
John H. Eaton, of Tennessee, 
Secretary of War, 1829. 
John Branch, of North-Caro- 
lina, Secretary of the Na- 
vy, 1829. 
William T. Barry, of Kentuc- 
ky, Post-Master General. 
1829 
John MTherson Berrien, of 
Georgia. Attorney General. 
1829 



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List of the Governors 


of Con- 


neeticui, since the 


union of 


the two Colonies, o 


I Oonnec- 


ticnt and New Haven. 


John Win t drop 


1665 


William Leet 


1676 


Robert Treat 


1680 


John Winttsrop 


1698 


Gurdon SaltonstaH 


1707 


Joseph Taleott 


1724 


Jonathan Law 


1749 


Roger Wolcott 


1751 


Thomas JTilcu 


1754 


William Pitkin 


1766 


Jonathan Trumbull 


1769 


Matthew Griswold 


1784 


Samuel Huntington 


1785 


Oliver Wolcott 


1796 


Jonathan Trumbull 


17'99 


John Trumbull 


rmo 


Roger Griswold 


J811 


John Cotton Smith 


1813 


Oliver Wolcott 


1817 


Gideon Tom'inson 


1827 



U. S. Government. 

GOVERNMENT 

OF THE 

UNITED STATES. 



ANDREW JACKSON, 

President — Salary $25,000 yer annum- 

JOHN C. CALHOUN, 

Vice-President — Salary $5,000. 

MARTIN VANBUREN, 

Secretary of State — Salary $6,000 

SAMUEL D. INGHAM, 

Secretary of the Treasury — Salary $6,000. 

JOHN H. EATON, 

Secretary of War— Salary $6,000. 

JOHN BRANCH, 

Secretary of the Navy — Salary $6,000 

WILLIAM T. BARRY, 
Post-Master General— Salary $6,000. 

JOHN MTHERSON BERRIEN, 

Attorney General — Salary $3,500 
[NOTE— The above Officers form the Execulicr 
Cabinet — all others are subordinate.] 



DEPARTMENT OF STATE- 

Martin Van Buren, Secretary. 
James A. Hamilton Chief Clerk. 
Patent Office. 
JohnD. Craig, Superintend ant. 
William Elliott, Clerk. 



TRE A SURY DEPAR TME NT 

Samuel D. Iugham, Secretary. 
Asbury Dickens, chief clerk. * 
Joseph Anderson. First Comptroller. 
John Laub. chief clerk. 



18 U. S. Government. 

Isaac Hill, Second Comptroller. 

Enoch Reynolds, chief clerk. 

Richard Harrison, First Auditor. 

William Parker, chief clerk. 

Willam B. Lewis, Second Auditor. 

James Eakin, chief clerk. 

Peter Hagner, Third Auditor. 

James Thompson, chief clerk. 

Amos Kendall, Fourth Auditor. 

Thomas H. Gillis, chief clerk. 

Stephen Pleasanton, Fifth Auditor. 

Thomas Martin, chief clerk. 

John Campbell, Treasurer. 

Peter G. YVashington, chief clerk. 

T. H. Smith, Register. 

Michael Nourse, chief clerk. 

George Graham, Commissi Generel Land Office. 

John M. Moore, chief clerk. 



WAR DEPARTMENT. 

John H. Eaton, Secretary. 
— Randolph, chief clerk. 

Roger Jones, Adjutant General. 

Brooke Williams, chief clerk. 

Nathan Towson, Paymaster General. 

N. Frye, jr. chief clerk. 

George Bomford, Commissary of Ordnance. 

Thomas G. Ringgold, chief clerk. 

George Gibson, Commissary of Subsistence. 

James H. Hook, chief clerk. 

Joseph Lovell, Surgeon General, 

Richmond Johnson, chief clerk. 

T. S. Jessup. Quarter Master General- 

William A.Gordon, chief cierk, 

i-'Jiar-tes Gratiot, Chief Engineer. 



U. S. Government. 19 

NAVY DEPARTMENT, 

John Branch, Secretary. 
John Boyle, chief clerk. 

Navy Commissioners. 
John Rodgers, President of the Board. 
Lewis Warrington. 
Daniel T. Patterson. 

C W. Goldsborough, Secretary. 

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, 
William T. Barry, Post Master General. 
Charles K. Gardiner, Assistant do. 
Selah R. Hobbie, do. do. 

Obediah B. Brown, chief clerk. 



TWENTY-FIRST CONGRESS — FIRST SESSION, 

SENATE. 

JOHN C CALHOUN, President. 
Maine— Peleg Spragtie, John Holmes. 
New Hampshire — Levi Woodbury, Samuel Bell. 
Massachusetts — Daniel Webster., Nathaniel Silshee. 
Rhode Island — Neherniab R Knight, Asher Robbins. 
Connecticut — Calvin Willey, Samuel A. Foot. 
Vermont — Dudley Chase. Horatio Seymour. 
Mew York — Charles E. Dudley, Nathan Sanford. 
JYtw Jersey — Mahlon Dickerson, Theodore Frelinghuy 

sen. 
Pennsylvania — William Marks, Isaac D. Barnard. 

Delaware - — John M. Clayton. 

Maryland — Samuel Smith, E. F. Chambers. 
Virginia — John Tyler, Littleton W. Tazewell. 

JYorth Carolina Iredell, one vacancy. 

South Carolina — William Smith, Robert Y. Hayne. 
Georgia — George M. Troup, one vacancy. 
Kentucky —John Rowan, George M. Bibb. 
Tennessee — Hugh L. White — one vacancy. 
Ohio — Benjamin Ruggies, Jacob Burnett. 
Louisiana — Josiah S. Johnson, Edward Livingston 
Indiana— William Hendricks, James Noble. 
Mississippi — Powhattan Ellis, one vacancy. 
Illinois— John MVLean, Elias K Rane. 
Alabama— John M'Kinley, William R. King. 
Missouri— David Barton, Thomas H. Benton., 



20 U. S Government, 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

MAINE— 7. 

John Anderson, Samuel Butman, Evans, Ru- 

fus MMntyiv, James VV Ripley, Joseph F. Win gate, — 
one vacancy. 

NEW HAlYPSHIRE— 6. 

John Broadhead, Thomas Chandler, Joseph Ham- 
morts, Jonathan Harvey, Henry Hubbard, John W. 
Weeks. 

MASSACHUSETTS— 13- 
Isaac C. Bates, John Baily, Benjamin VV. Crovvnin* 
shield, John Davis, Edward Everett, Benjamin Gor- 
ham, George Grennell, Jr. Joseph Richardson, John 
Reet ] , John Varnum, Henry VV. Dwight. 

RHODE ISLAND— 2. 
T list am Burgess, Dutee J Pearse. 

.CONNECTICUT— 6. 

Noyes Barber, William VV. Ellsworth, Jabez W. 
Huntington, Ralph 1 Ingersoll, William L. Slorrs, Ebe- 
nezer Young. 

VERMONT— 5. 

Jonathan Hunt, Roilin C. Mallory, Benjamin Swift, 
—two vacancies. 

NEW YORK— 34. 

William G. Angell, Benedict Arnold, Abraham Bo- 
chee, Thomas Beekman, P^ter J Bon', Churchill C. 
Cambreleng, Jacob Croekeron, Henry B Cowles, Hec- 
tor Craig, Timothy Chiids, John D. Dickenson, Jonas 
Earl jr. Isaac Finch, Michael Hoffman, Joseph Hawk- 
ins Jehiel H Halsey, Perkins King, James Lent, Henry 
C. Mariindale, John Magee, Robert Moneli, Thomas 
Maxwell, Ebeuezer T. Norton, Gersham Power.", Rob- 
ert S. Rose, Ambrose Spencer, Henry Slorrs, James 
Strong, John VV Taylor, Phineas L. Tracy, Gulian C. 
Verplank, Campbell P. White, Cb. G. de" Wilt,— one 
vacancy. 

NEW JERSEY— 6. 
R. M. Cooper, Lewis Condict, T. H. Hughes, Isaac 
Plerson, James F. Randolph, Samuel Swan. 



U. S. Government. 21 

PENNSYLVANIA— 26. 

.lames Buchanan, Richard Coulter. Thomas H. Craw- 
ford, Josh Evans, Channcey Forward, Joseph Frey jr. 
James Ford, James Green, John Gilmore, Joseph. 
Hemphill, Thomas Irwin, Adam King, Daniel H. Mil- 
ler, Alem Mar, Henry A. *Iuhlenburg, William M'Cree- 
ry, George G. Leiper, William Ramsay, John B. Steri- 
gere, Joel B Sutherland, John Scott, Philander Ste- 
vens, Thomas H. Sill, William Wilkins, — one vacancy, 
peter Ihrie, Jr., Samuel \ Smith 

DELAWARE— 1. 

Kensey Johns, jr. 

MARYLAND— 9. 

Elias Brown, Clemen r C Dorsey, Benjamin C. How- 
ard, G. E Mitchell, Benedict I. Semmes, Richard 
Spencer, Michael C. Sprigg, George C. Washington, 
Ephraira K. Wilson 

VIRGINIA —22 

Mark Alexander, Robert Allen, William S. Archer, 
William Armstrong, John S. Barbour Philip P Barbour, 
Thoma* T. Bonldin, Richard Coke, jr. Robert Craig, 
Philip Doddrilge, Thoma,s Davenport, N H Claiborne, 
Charles F Mercer, William M'Coy, Lewis Maxwell, 
Thomas Newton, John Roane, Andrew Stevenson, Al- 
exander Smyth,Joho Taliaferro James Trezvant, — one 
vacancy. 

NORTH CAROLINA— 13. 

Willis Alston, Daniel Barring^r, Samuel P. Carson^ 

Henry W. Conner, Edmund Deherry, John Giles, 

Thomas H. Mall, Robert Potter, Augustus H Shepard, 

William B. Shepard, Jes^ Spreigh?, Lewis Williams, 

SOOTH CAROLINA— 9 

Robert Barnwell, James Blair, John Campbell, War- 
ren R Davis, George M'Duffie, Wifliam Draylon, 
William Martin, William T. Nuckolls, Sterling Tucker. 
GEORGIA— 7 

Thomas F. Foster, C. E Haynes, Wilson Lumpkin, 

Lamar, Wiley Thompson, Richard M. Wilde, 

lames M. Wayne. 



22 U. S. Government, 

KENTUCKY— 12. 

Thomas Chilton, James Clark, N. D. Coleman, Hen- 
ry Daniels, Jesse Gaitber, Richard M. Johnson, John 
Kinkead, Joseph Lecompte, Robert P. Letcher, Cbit- 
lendonLyon, Charles A. Wickliffe, Joel Yancy. 

TENNESSEE-9. 
John Blair, John Bel!, David Crockett, Robert De»- 
sha, Jacob C. Isaacs Cave Johnson, Pryor Lea, James 
K. Polk, James Standifer. 

OHIO— 14. 

Mordecei Bartley, Joseph H Crane, James Findlay. 
John M. Goodnow, William W. Irvin, William Ken- 
non, William Russeli, William Stanbury, Jame* 
Shields. John Thompson, Samuel T. Vinton, Joseph 
Vance, Elisha Whittlesey, — one vacancy. 

LOUISIANA— 3 

Henry H. Gurley, Overton, White 

INDIANA— 3 
Ratcliff Boon, Jonathan Jennings, John Test. 

MISSISSIPPI— 1. 
Thomas Hinds. 

ILLINOIS— 1. 
Joseph Duncan, 

ALABAMA— 3. 

Clement C. Clay, Lewis, Gabriel P. Moore . 

MISSOURI— 1. 

Pettis. 

Delegates from Territories. 
Arkansas — Ambrose H. Sevier. 
Florida- Joseph W. White. 
Michigan Biddle. 



U. S. Government. 23 

JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. 



SUPREME COURT. 

t Held at Washington, on the 2d Monday in January 
annually.] 
JUDGES. 
JOHN MARSHALL, Chief Justice, salary 55,000. 

BUSHROD WASHINGTON, Asso. Justice, sal. #4,500 
WILLIAM JOHNSON, " " " #4,500 

GABRIEL DUVAL, " " " $4,500 

JOSEPH STORY, " « " #4,500 

SMITH THOMPSON, f- " " #4,500 

JOHN M'LEAN, « « " #4,500 

John M'Pherson Berrien, Attorney General, 

salary #3,500 

Richard Peters, jr. reporter of decisions, salary #10C0 
William T. Carroll, Clerk, salary, Fees of Office. 
Tench Rioggold, Marshal, salary, Fees of Office. 



DISTRICT JUDGES. 

Maine — Asher Ware 
New Hampshire — John S. Sherburne 
Massachusetts—John Davis 
Rhode Island — John Pitman 
Connecticut — William Bristol 
Vermont — Elijah Payne 

New York— ) < S ' Dist ) SamueI R Belts 
K } (S. Dist.) Alfred Conkling 
New Jerse}'— William Rossell 

Pennsylvania- \ ^ D £'k J ™*& Ho f )kins 
• I ( W. Dist.) vacant. 

Delaware— Willard Hall 

Maryknd— Elias Glenn 

Virginia- \ < E ' Dlst ) Geor S e Ha y 

* \ (W. Dist.) Alexander Caldwell 

North Carolina— Henry Potter 
South Carolina — Thomas Lee 
Georgia — Jeremiah Cuyler 
Kentucky— John Boyle 



24 U. S. Government. 

Tennessee — John M'Nairy, 

Ohio—John W. Campbell 

Louisiana Harper 

Indiana— E. W. Peck 

Mississippi -Peter Randolph 

Illinois — Nathaniel Pope 

Alabama — William Crawford 

Missouri — James H. Peck 

Territory of Arkansas— Benjamin Johnson, T. P- Esk- 
ridge, William Trimble 

Territory of Michigan— S. Sibley, John Hunt, James 
D.Doty 

Territory of East Florida— Joseph L. Smith 

" *< Middle Florida— Thomas Randall • 
« " West Florida— H. M. Brackonrid<re 
rt " Columbia— William Cranch, Chf. Judge. 
" " li B. Thurston, Associate do. 

fcl u " J. S. Morsel, do. d<». 



DISTRICT COURT OF CONNECTICUT. 

William Bristol, Judge. 

Asa Child, Attorney. 

Charles A. Ine:ersoll, Clerk. 

James Mitchell, MarsJiaL 
Deputy Marshals.— Elihu Olmsted, Hartford— Era? 
sus Osborn,New Haven — Henry Carringlon, Middle 
town. 



COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS IN CONNECTICUT. 

Richard Law, New London— William H. Ellis, Nev 
Haven — Noah A. Pbeips, Middletown — Waiter Bradley 
Fairfield. 

SURVEYORS. 

Oliver Champlin, New London — Samuel F.Denison 

Stonington— Baldwin, New Haven — Willian 

Conner, Hartford — Daniel Burrows, Middletown 
William Willard, Saybrook. 

Richard Law, Superintend ant of Light Flousrt 



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28 Rates of Postage. 



For single Letters, comps'd of one piece of paper. Mis. Cts. 
Any distance not exceeding - - - 30 . 6 
Over 30, and not exceeding - - - 80.10 

Over 80 ■ do 150 . 12£ 

Over 150 do 400 . 18| 

Over 400 do 25 

Double Letters, or those composed of two pieces 
of paper, are charged with double these rates. 

Tripple Letters, or those composed of three pieces 
of paper, are charged with tripple these rates. 

Quadruple Letters, or these composed of four pie- 
ces of paper, are charged with Quadruple these 
rates. 

All Letters, weighing one ounce, avoirdupois, or 
more, are charged at the rate of single postage for 
each quarter of an ounce, or quadruple postage for 
each ounce according to their weight ; and no letter 
can be charged with more than quadruple postage, 
unless its weight exceeds one ounce avoirdupoise. 
Newspaper Postage. 

For each Newspaper, not carried out of the State 
in which it is published ; or if carried out of the 
State but carried not, 

Over 100 miles, - . - - - 1 cent. 
Over 100 and out of the state in which it is 

published, lj cent. 

Magazines and Pamphlets. 
If published periodically, distance not exceeding 100 

miles l£ cents per sheet. 

Ditto. . . do. . . over 100 miles. 2j do. 

If not published periodically 4 do. 

Ditto do. over 100 miles 6 do. 

Small pamphlets, containing not more than a half 
sheet royal, are charged with half these rates. 

The number of sheets which it contains must be 
printed or written on one of the outer pages of eve- 
ry pamphlet or magazine to be sent by mail. 

Every thing not coming under the denomina- 
tion of newspapers or pamphlets, is charged with 
letter postage. 



Ministers and Consuls. 29 

Ministers, Consuls, and other Diplomatic and Com- 
mercial Agents of the ijnited States, resident in 
foreign countries. 

England — Louis M'Lean, Envoy Extraordinary and 
Minister Plenipotentiary, London ; Washington Ir- 
ving, Secretary of Legaii > , do; Tnoma* Asfwriwall, 
Agent and Consul, do ; Fiam is B. Ogden, Consul, 
Liverpool ; Joel Har«, do Leith, Scotland. Thom- 
as Wilson, do. Dublin, Ireland Bernard He-. rv, do. 
Gibraltar, Thomas Wynris, do Turks Island. Ed- 
mund Roberts, do Dernarara Peter Lanmon. do. 
Kingston, Jamaica. John M. Kankey, do. Barba- 
does. 

France, — William C Rives, Envoy Extraordinary and 
Minister Plenipotentiary, Pans ; Charles Carroll 
Harper, Secretary of Legation, d" ; hnac Cox Bar- 
nett, Agent and Consul, do Dnie! St«.bel, Consul, 
Bordeaux. Daniel B Cn>xall,do Marseilles Fran- 
cis Benjamin Faures, do Inland of Gnadaloupe. John 
S, Meirchen, do Martinique 

Russia — Henry Middletou, Envoy Extraordinary and 
Minister Pie 'if>"teiiiiary. St Peiersburg ; B^-nifort 
T. Watts, Secretary of Legation ; Abraham G Gilson. 
Consulj do. Charts Rhind, do Odessa. 

Spain — Cornelius P Van Ness. Envov Extraordinary 
and Minister Plenipotentiary, Madrid* diaries S. 
Walsh, Secretary Of Legation j, do, Alexander Bur- 
ton, Consul, Cadz George W. Hub^all, d ». Island 
of Manilla. Payton Gray, do Tero^riffe W'llliara 
Shaler, do. Cuba. Lewis Shoemaker, Commeiciaf 
Agent, Matanzas. Sidney Masoa, do. St. Jtihns, Por- 
to Rico. 

Portugal — Thomas L. L Brent, Charge d'AfiVirs, Lis- 
bon ; Israel P. Hutchinson, Consul, do. John H. 
Marsh, do. Island of Madeira. Charles W. Dabney, 
do. Fayal. William G Merrill, do. Cape de Verd 
Islands. 

Xether lands — William Pitt Preble, Envoy Extraordina- 
ry and Minister Plenipotentiary, Brussels and \he 
Hague ; A Davezac, Secretary of Legation do. John 
W, Parker, Consul, Amsterdam* Emanuel Warn bet*- 



30 Ministers and Consuls. 

sie, do. Rotterdam. William D. Patterson, do. Ant 
werp. Jehu Kollingsworth, Commercial Agent, Isl- 
and of St Eustatia. 
Sioeden — John James Appletou,Charge d'Affairs, Slock 
holm ; David Erskine, Consul do. C. A. Murray, Got 
tenburg. 

United Mexican Slates- -JoeA R Poinsett. Envoy Ex- 
traordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary, Mexico ; 
John Mason, jr. Secretary of Legation, do ; James S 
Willcocks, Consul, do. George S. Robertson, ao 
Tampico. William Taylor, do. Vera Cruz and Alva 
rado John Ward, do. Chihuahua. Isaac A. Hayt: 
do. Rio Grande- 

Republic of Colombia — Thomas P. Moore, Envoy Ex 
tra ordinary anu Minister Plenipotentiary, Bogota 
George C. Pickett, Secretary of Legation, do , John 
Macpherson, Consul, Carthagena. John G. A Will 
iamson. do. La Guayra. Abraham B. Jones, do 
Mararaybo. 

Brazil — William Tudor, Charge d'Affairs,Rio de Janei- 
ro ; W. H O. C. Wright, Consul, do. Woodbridgc 
Odline, do. San Saivadore. John T. Mansfield, do 
Pernambueo. Joshua Bond, do. Montevideo. Leon- 
ard Corning do Island of Maranham. 

Republic of Central America — William B. Rochester 
Charge d'Affairs, Guatemi la j Charles Savage, Con 
sul, do 

Republic of Buenos Ayres — John M. Forbes, Charge 
d'Affairs, Buenos Ayres ; G. W. Slacnm. Consul, do. 

Chili — Samuel Larned, Secretary of Legation, St. Jagi 
de Chili ; Daniel Wynne, Consul, do. Michael Hagai 
do, Valparaiso. 

Republic oj Peru-*- William Radcliff, Charge d'Affairs 
Rio. William F. Taylor, Consul, Quilca and Arica. 

Denmark — Henry Wheaton, Charge d'Affairs, Copen 
hagen ; John Raynals, Consul, do Nathan Lew, do 
Island of St. Thomas. Joseph Ridgway, do, fslanc 
of St. Croix. 

Prussia — William T. Simons, Consul, Eberfield. 

Saxony— C. F. Goehring, Consul, Leipzig. 



Location of Public Offices. . 31 

Hansealic Towns — John Guthbert, Consul, Hamburg. — 

Frederick J. Wiolielhausen, do. Bremen. Joseph H. 

Clark, do. Lubec. 
Italian States — Thomas Appleton, Consul, Leghorn, 

Tuscany. Robert Campbell, do. Genoa, Sardinia.- - 

George Moore, do*. Trieste, Austria 
Roman Stales, and kingdom of the two Sicilies— FeUx 

Cicognani, Consul, Home. Alexander Hammet, do. 

Naples. Benjamin Gardiner, do. Palermo. John L. 

Payson, do. iMessina 
Smyrna — David Offley, Consul, Smyrna. 
Rarbary Powers — Henry Lee, Consul General, Algiers. 

Samnel D Heap, Consul, Tunis. Charles D. Cox, 

do.' Tripoli John Mallowny, do. Tangier. 
Hayli, St. Domingo — Ralph Hig^inboiham, Commer- 
1 cial Agent, Port au Prince. William Gordon, do. 

Aux Caves. Sam rie |t Israel, do Cape Hatien. 
Sandwich Islands — John C. Jones, jr. Commercial A- 

gent. 
China— John H. Grosvenor, Consul, Canton. 



Location of the Public Offices at Washington City. 

In the 2d story of the new building easi of the Presi- 
dent's House, is the Department of State and Fifth Audi- 
tors Office : in the same building, below, is the General 
Land Office and the Adjutant General's Office. , 

In the old building directly south of the above, arjd al- 
so east of the President's House, is the Treasury Depart- 
ment — in the 2d story, are the offices of the Secretary of 
the Treasury and first Comptroller of the Treasury : be- 
low are the offices of the Treasurer, Register and First 
Auditor. 

In the new building west of the President's House, in 
the 2d Story, is the office of the Secretary of War, and the 
Offices of Engineers, Ordinance, Indian Affairs and Bounty 
Lands. The Attorney General has also an office on this 
floor : below are the offices of the 2d Auditor, Paymaster 
General, Pension Office, Commissary, Quarter Master and 
Surgeon General. 

In theoLL> building due south oftbe above, on the 2d 
story, is the Navy Department, the Navy Commissioner's 
office, and the Second Comptroller's Office : below are the 
bird and Fourth Anchor's offices. 

General Post Office, City Post Office and Patent Office. 
E. street and north of Pennsylvania Avenue. 



32 United States Statistics. 

Extent of Territory and Population of the U. States. 
Table taken from a recent report to Congress of 
one of its Committees on the Public Lands, contain- 
ing the extent in square miles of each state or terri- 
tory ; with an estimate of the population of each, as 
will probably be manifested in 1830. 

Population to 



States, Sq. miles. 


each sq. m 


Virginia, 


64,000 


18 


Missouri, 


61,000 


2 


Georgia, 


58,000 


7 


Illinois, 


56,000 


2£ 


Florida, 


54,000 


1 


Alabama, 


53,000 


7 


Louisiana, 


49,000 


6 ' 


Mississippi, 


46,323 


3 


New York, 


46,000 


42 


Arkansas, 


45,000 


1 


Pennsylvania, 


44,950 


32 


N. Carolina, 


43,800 


16 


Tennessee, 


41,300 


14i 


Kentucky, 


39,000 


15£ 


Michigan, 


39,000 


1 


Ohio, 


38,000 


25 2 i 


Indiana, 


35,100 


114 


Maine, , 


32.000 


13 


S. Carolina, 


30,000 


25i 


Maryland, 


10,800 


41 


Vermont, 


10,212 


27i 


N. Hampshire, 


9,280 


32 


Massachusetts, 


7,700 ' 


74 


N. Jersey, 


6.000 


48 ■ 


Connecticut, 


4,674 


62 


Delaware, 


2,062 


39 


Khode Island, 


1,360 


66 


Dist. of Columbia, 100 


500 



It is estimated that the aggregate population of 
the United States in 1830 will be 13,000,000 and in 
1860, allowing 35 per cent, on every ten years, 32,- 
000,000. 



Civil Government. 33 



CIVJL GOVERNMENT 

OF 

CONNECTICUT, 

FOR THE POLITICAL YEAR COMMENCING MA Y 1829, 
AND ENDING MAY 1630. 

GIDEON TOMLINSON, Governor. 
Salary $1,100. 

.JOHN S. PETERS, Lieutenant Governor. 
Salary $300. 

ISAAC SPENCER, Treasurer. 
Salary $1000. 

THOMAS DAY, Secretary. 
Salary $84, and fees of office. 

JA3IES THOMAS, Comptroller. 
Salary $1000. 

SETH P. BEERS, 

1 Commissioner of the School Fund. — Salary $1,250 

CYEUS H. BEARDSLEE. Executive Secretary* 
Salary $200. 

SENATE. 
[Pay $2 per day during the session of the Legisla 
ture, and 9 cents travel per mile.] 
Nathan .lohnson, John Alsop, Martin Welles, 
Roger Huntington, Homer Boardman, John D. Rey^ 
uolds, Henry W. Edwards, John Nicholls, John 
Fitch, Samuel Raymond, Thomas Hubbard, Danic; 
Tomlinson. 

SAMUEL II. HUNTINGTON, Clerk of the Senate. 
[Pay, same as Senators, with an extra grant foi 
recording the Executive business of the Senate.] 
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